Glee Club's Spotlight Concert One: Watch the Video

Glee Club's Spotlight Concert One: Watch the Video

Photo of Glee Club singing virtually

Fairfield University's Glee Club presents the first of its virtual spotlight concert series. 

Fairfield University's Glee Club concerts may look different this year but they will sound as good as ever. Pivoting to an online environment, the Glee Club is launching a virtual spotlight concert series. Their first spotlight concert of the season highlights The Bensonians, Sweet Harmony, and Glee Club soloists accompanied by Beth Palmer and conducted by Carole Ann Maxwell, DSM, P'02.

Socially distanced filming for Glee Club's Spotlight Concert One took place in October and November on campus and in the new Media Center. The spotlight concert features musical favorites for everyone including "Viva La Musica," "Never Enough" from The Greatest Showman, Khalid's "Twenty One," "Anything Worth Holding On To," "Corner of the Sky," "El Triste," "Ave Maria," Roy Orbison's "Blue Bayou," "Beyond the Sea," and a Billie Eilish Medley.

Founded in 1947, The Fairfield University Glee Club is the oldest club on the Fairfield University campus. The members share a deep love for music and a common desire to achieve excellence in it. Singers’ voices explore a wide variety of repertoire, diverse styles of music, and enrich audiences with challenging and inspiring programming.

Fairfield University Glee Club - Spotlight Concert One

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Last modified: 11-19-20 6:20 PM

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