The 1994 Virginia Glee Club Tour of the Northeast, the highlight of the 1993-1994 season, saw the Glee Club performing in Hartford, New York City, Boston, Stamford, Philadelphia (Chestnut Hill), and Washington, DC. The tour began with a detour to Knoxville, Tennessee to appear at the American Choral Directors Assocation Southern Division Convention. The director was John Liepold.

Itinerary[edit | edit source]

  • ACDA Southern Division Convention (Knoxville, TN)
  • South Hadley, MA (with the Mount Holyoke Glee Club)
  • West Hartford, CT
  • Boston, MA, Old South Church
  • Stamford, CT
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • New York, NY (Church of St. Mary the Virgin)
  • Washington, DC (St. Matthew's Cathedral)
  • Charlottesville, VA (Spring Concert (1994) with the Mount Holyoke Glee Club)

Program[edit | edit source]

The printed programs listed Steve Reich's "Clapping Music," but the Club did not perform that work on the tour.

Program courtesy of the collection of Jeff Slutzky.


Mount Holyoke performance[edit | edit source]

The performance at Mount Holyoke College was a separate event with a separate program; the Virginia Glee Club's repertoire was drawn from the tour repertoire, but a joint piece (the Duruflé Requiem) was also performed with the Mount Holyoke Glee Club.

Program courtesy of the collection of Jeff Slutzky.


Stamford performance[edit | edit source]

The performance at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Stamford, CT was part of the church's regular concert series.

Program courtesy of the collection of Jeff Slutzky.


Tour poster and publicity[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.