Brothers In Song - Renaissance High School

Posted by Matthew Hill, Assistant Alumni Relations Manager on November 1, 2011 at 03:00

For the past month, a select group of Clubbers have been traveling to Renaissance High School to rehearse with their Varsity Choir. Under the direction of Dr. Eugene Rogers, we have sung, laughed, and forged the bonds of brotherhood we all hold so dear with the young men of Renaissance High School.

As a new addition to the program this year, the Glee Club was fortunate enough to have Trisha Fountain, Assistant Director of Admissions for the School of Music, Theater, and Dance, speak to the current high school students about the application process at the University of Michigan. The Renaissance men received valuable information and were proactive in talking to current Clubbers about our experiences at the University.

As Clubbers in the “Brothers in Song” program, we take the responsibility of acting as liaisons to the Glee Club as well as to our University very seriously. We not only represent the visionary values of the organization but also its fundamental pillars: Tradition, Camaraderie, and Musical Excellence.

Whether growing as musicians together with the Renaissance men through song, acting as ambassadors of our University, or interacting with students from diverse backgrounds, it is a humbling experience to sing alongside fellow brothers in song.

Matthew Hill, Assistant Alumni Relations Manager


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