WINONA, Minn. — The Harvard Glee Club will perform at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at the Chapel of St. Mary of the Angels, 1155 W. Wabasha St. in Winona, as part of their 2018 concert tour. The concert is free and open to the public.

Founded in 1858, the Harvard Glee Club is the oldest collegiate choral organization in the United States. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Teddy Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Leonard Bernstein, and Virgil Thomson are all distinguished alumni of the Harvard Glee Club.

Dr. Andrew Clark will conduct the choir’s four dozen tenor and bass voices in music ranging from folk songs to contemporary classical works. This performance marks the second concert of the Harvard Glee Club’s 2018 spring tour.

For more information call 507-457-1598.

About the Harvard Glee Club

The Harvard Glee Club is the nation’s oldest collegiate chorus and the Tenor and Bass ensemble of the Holden Choruses, showcasing music written in the male choral tradition. The Glee Club performs throughout the year, collaborating with arts groups on campus and at other universities, and across the world through national and international tours, including a 2016 tour to the American Southwest and a 2017 tour to East Asia. The group features its own student-conducted a cappella group, Glee Club Lite. Through excellence in performance, student management, education, community, tradition, and philanthropy, the Glee Club offers a unique musical experience for all members.