About the Women's Glee Club
The University of Michigan Women's Glee Club is a choral ensemble representing undergraduate and graduate women from diverse fields across the U of M campus. Composed primarily of non-music majors, WGC gives female students the opportunity to express their love of music through performance, community outreach and travel. As a club, WGC allows students to meet a wide variety of friends who share a common interest in music. Founded in 1893, the WGC has a long history of enriching the university community and the lives of our hundreds of alumna. As we look to the past for inspiration, the members of the Women's Glee Club focus on the future and strive to become an enduring tradition at the University of Michigan.
Donate to the Women's Glee Club
You can make a charitable donation to the Women's Glee Club through a secure University website here.
Sunday, April 2 2017
4pm at Hill Auditorium
Tickets can no longer be reserved for will call but can be purchased at the door! $15 for General Admission, $5 for Students.
Bicentennial Scholarship Initiative
As the bicentennial approaches, the theme of legacy crosses our minds. In order to cement our own legacy, we have decided that we would like to make a contribution as members of the Women’s Glee Club and our alumnae network in the form of an endowed scholarship that will also act as a gift from the Class of 2017. Creating a scholarship is important to us, because our organization has yet to establish a scholarship that is explicitly from our alumnae and ourselves. An endowed scholarship will have a perpetual impact on the members of our ensemble.