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CONCERTS FOR 2014/2015
Fall Concert: Sun • Nov 9 • 2 pm
Winter Concert: Sat • Feb 14 • 4 pm
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¡Figaro! (90210): Thu • Apr 9 • 7 pm &
Fri • Apr 10 • 8 pm
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Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 6-8 pm
Faulkner Recital Hall
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB
“When we perform, we are truly one voice and that unity makes our performances special for audiences.” Nikhil Arora ‘16
The Dartmouth College Glee Club is a group of 40+ serious choral singers, led by Louis Burkot since 1981. Its ever increasing repertory spans five centuries, with a distinguished performance history including many of the masterworks of choral-orchestral literature, fully staged opera, operettas and musicals with all-student casts, large and small a cappella works and the cherished songs of Dartmouth College. In addition to international tours to Canada, Italy, and Brazil, the Glee Club regularly tours all across the United States. They have released 5 CDs of choral music and have performed the Brahms Requiem in Carnegie Hall in 2000. Their upcoming tour to Cuba in December of 2014 will include the rarely performed Romancero Gitano for guitar and chorus.
Louis Burkot has been the director of the Dartmouth Glee Club since 1981. He was the recipient of the Distinguished Lecturer award at Dartmouth in the spring of 2000 for his work in vocal instruction in the Department of Music. Richard Dyer of The Boston Globe has praised his conducting as “first-rate, capable, and stylish” and Opera News has noted his conducting “sparkles with verve and sensitivity to the needs of singers.” Under Burkot’s tutelage many Dartmouth students have continued their musical studies at New England Conservatory, Boston University, Indiana University, Cincinnati Conservatory and others. His conducting studies include the Yale School of Music, the Aspen Music Festival and the Houston Grand Opera. In addition, he is the Artistic Director of Opera North and gives master classes in vocal repertoire at music schools and conservatories throughout the United States.