Instructor permission required.
Case Glee Club (CGC) holds the distinction of being the oldest continually operating student organization on campus, dating back to 1897. Long-standing traditions of fellowship and excellence in singing are present as CGC, now an academic ensemble within the Department of Music (fall 2018), continues to develop strong musical skill, build camaraderie with fellow singers, and share music with the CWRU campus and University Circle communities. This group performs a variety of accompanied and a cappella repertoire written specifically for tenor, baritone, and bass voices.
Director: Dr. Christopher Clark, Director of Choirs
Details pertaining to policies and operating procedures can be found on the participation information page.
CGC is open to all students! Register in MUEN 380A (0.00 units) or MUEN 380B (1.00 units).
Participation in our other vocal groups is encouraged, University Chorale and Concert Choir.
Fall 2022 Highlights
- October 20: CGC and University Chorale Concert on music from the British Isles (Harkness Chapel)
- December 2: CGC and University Choral Concert (Harkness Chapel)
- additional singing opportunities for CWRU events
The ability to read music is not required for participation and there is no formal audition. The instructor will lead members in exercises to ensure everyone is singing the appropriate voice part.
Contact the ensemble director for additional information about gender-inclusive lower voices eligible for this ensemble.