To the incoming Class of 2022,
Welcome! My name is Bridget Meuse! I’m a senior at Fairfield and the current president of the Fairfield University Glee Club. First of all, I’m so happy to be one of the many people to congratulate you on your excellent decision to attend Fairfield University! While you’re thinking about all the exciting opportunities Fairfield has to offer you, I’d like to introduce you to the Fairfield University Glee Club, and why it’s something you should consider joining in the fall.
Who is the Glee Club?
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The Glee Club will also have a table at the Activities Fair on Friday the 7th, so feel free to come by with any questions you may have!
Why should I join?
If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to get involved at Fairfield University, the Glee Club is definitely the place for you. If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; I’d be happy to assist you and answer any questions you may have about our club!
The Fairfield University Glee Club hopes you have a wonderful and safe summer, and we look forward to seeing you in the fall!
The Fairfield University Glee Club, under the direction of Fr. John Murray S.J. and musical director Simon Harak became the first student organization formed by the first ever incoming class of Fairfield University in 1947.
The Fairfield University Glee Club is a mixed chorus of more than 100 undergraduate and graduate singers at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. The Glee Club has performed in churches, schools and recital and concert halls throughout Europe, singing from Galway to Rome and Florence to London. The choir has performed at Carnegie Hall, the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., Westminster Cathedral in London, the Aula Paolo VI at the Vatican and the U.S. military academies at West Point and Annapolis. The Glee Club performs a varied repertoire of early, classical, and contemporary music in numerous engagements with other choruses, and with festival and symphonic Orchestras. The mixed chorus is the parent organization of three additional ensembles: the Chamber Singers; the Men's Ensemble, now known as the Bensonians; and Sweet Harmony.
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