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Penn State Glee Club to Host Annual Fall Concert

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This Saturday at 8:00 p.m., Penn State’s oldest student organization will take to the stage at Eisenhower Auditorium for its annual fall concert. The Penn State Glee Club is one of the most active and distinguished men’s collegiate choirs in the United States and has toured across the country and world. Under the direction of Grammy winner Dr. Christopher Kiver, the Glee Club will perform a number of contemporary and traditional pieces.

Though only in recent years has “a cappella” music become popular (largely in thanks to the TV show Glee), men’s choirs have been warming the hearts of the masses with music for hundreds of years. This Saturday will continue that storied tradition with musical selections for all audiences from sacred to secular pieces, to plenty of Penn State fight songs! On the lighter side, the Hi-Los, a subset of the Glee Club, will perform pop hits in current a cappella style.

Tickets may be purchased at the door: $12 for adults and $4 for students. Buy your tickets by Friday, November 7 7 and save 40% off the price of admission. There is no limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased. Tickets are available now at the Eisenhower Ticket Center [814-863-0255 or 1-800-ARTS-TIX] or online.

If you not able to attend the concert in person, it will be live streaming at

See you on Saturday!

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