The University of Michigan Men's Glee Club is the second oldest collegiate chorus in the United States, and has long been acclaimed as one of the finest male choruses in the world. It is the oldest musical group on campus, as well as the oldest student organization at the University. Once only a group of six or eight men, it has blossomed into a group of 100 men representing a majority of the schools and colleges at the University of Michigan.
Seven last words of the unarmed
Dr. Eugene Rogers and the Michigan Men’s Glee Club joined forces with Joel Thompson to cultivate, premiere and record the piece. A documentary highlighting the work and the Glee Club’s journey with this powerful piece and Dr. Roger’s arrangement of Glory entitled Love, Life & Loss has been aired on Detroit Public Television, shown at the Michigan Theater and received five Michigan Emmy Awards. This website is intended to be a resource for students, activists, and performers alike.
Gifts to the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club are greatly appreciated. With the ever-increasing costs of performing and touring, any gift no matter the size makes a difference to the Club. If you would like to make a gift at this time you may follow the link to Michigan Online Giving and make a secure donation online.