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The Mendelssohn Glee Club of New York City was founded in 1866. Named for composer Felix Mendelssohn, the Club has presented at least two free concerts in every year since its founding. The nonprofit organization is the oldest noncollege-affiliated men’s chorus in the country and the second oldest independent musical organization (after the New York Philharmonic).

The Club gives two major performances a year, in May and December.

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Venerable 158-Year History

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contact conductor Gene Wisoff 
917-916-1959 or click here

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