Video Clips

A Home in Hendrie Hall

Documentary film by Miriam Lewin ‘80

This 18-minute documentary illuminates how generations of Yalies – of different genders, races, sexual identities, and nationalities – have found a welcome in the Glee Club. Interviews with singers from classes 1970 to 2022 are interwoven with audio recordings, video footage, and photos of Glee Clubs past and present.

 

The Yale Glee Club & Yale Symphony Orchestra perform the world premiere of the expanded orchestration of Caroline Shaw’s Music in Common Time (Original chamber version composed for Roomful of Teeth and A Far Cry) - 2/10/18, Jeffrey Douma, conductor

The Yale Glee Club performs Credo from Beethoven Mass in C, Op. 86 - 4/8/17

Johannes Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem, op 45, Mvt 6, Yale Symphony Orchestra and Yale Glee Club

Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band, Glee Club: Play well, together, at Yale

Yale Glee Club performs Tenting Tonight - 11/17, Jeffrey Douma, conductor

Yale Glee Club performs Wait Till I Get On My Robe, arr. Brandon Waddles - 10/18, Jeffrey Douma, conductor

The Yale Glee Club performs the world premiere of “To Be Free” by Karen Siegel,winner of the 2018 Yale Glee Club Emerging Composers Competition - 11/9/18, Jeffrey Douma, conductor

The Yale Glee Club performs “Ring Out Wild Bells” from the Passing of the Year by Jonathan Dove.  Andrew Hon, conductor, Mahima Kumara, piano - 11/9/18

Yale Glee Club performs On My Journey Home - 10/8/16 - Jeffrey Douma, conductor

Johannes Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem, op 45, Mvt 4, Yale Symphony Orchestra and Yale Glee Club

 

The Peaceable Kingdom - Ye Shall Have A Song

 

Mozart - Requiem - Dies Irae


Mozart - Requiem - Hostias


Mozart - Requiem - Lux aeterna

 

Introduction to Raising Voices - A Documentary Film, produced in celebration of the Yale Glee Club’s 150th Anniversary

An Excerpt from Raising Voices-A Documentary Film, produced in celebration of the Yale Glee Club’s 150th anniversary