The Yale Glee Club is Yale’s principal undergraduate mixed chorus and oldest musical organization, having just concluded our 162nd season.

We are excited to welcome another new class of wonderful incoming singers to join us for our 163rd season! If you are a new Yale student who loves to sing or a returning Yale student who has not sung with us before, we’d love to see you at our auditionswhich begin on Aug. 29Learn more about our audition process, or complete an audition form and sign up for an audition time now! 

Our upcoming season will include concert tours to Montreal, the Pacific Northwest, and Alaska, joint concerts with the Harvard and Princeton choruses, collaborations with the Yale Philharmonia (Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 3), Yale Camerata (José Maurício Nunes Garcia Te Deum), and Yale Symphony Orchestra (Benjamin Britten War Requiem), premieres of exciting new choral works, and much more. 

In recent seasons, the Glee Club has earned rave reviews in the national press, from The New York Times (“one of the best collegiate singing ensembles, and one of the most adventurous…an exciting, beautifully sung concert at Carnegie Hall”) to The Washington Post (“Under the direction of Jeffrey Douma, the sopranos - indeed, all the voices - sang as one voice, with flawless intonation…their treacherous semitones and contrapuntal subtleties became otherworldly, transcendent even”).  Learn more.


June 15, 2024

Experience the transformative sounds of “Malhaar: A Requiem for Water” by composer Reena Esmail, presented by Yale Choral Artists. Inspired by mystical Hindustani raags invoking rain, this performance blends Latin requiem texts with Hindi poetry, exploring water’s beauty, loss, and renewal. Join us on a journey of hope with Mumbai vocalist Saili Oak, renowned for bridging Indian and Western classical music.