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The Naperville Men’s Glee Club

Making music and serving the Naperville community and State of Illinois for over 25 years, the Glee Club seeks to inspire audiences, nurture youth in music appreciation, support community events and functions, and provide fellowship for men of all ages.  NMGC has established a repertoire, capability, reputation, and esprit to earn national recognition in collegiate and choral music communities, and appearances at municipal and local business events. While fellowship and fun are key aspects of our mission, Glee Club members are serious about musicianship and strive for excellence in all activities and engagements.

Upcoming Concerts & Events:

NMGC Voices of Hope 2017!

Concert Date and Time:  3:00 pm, Sunday, April 23, 2017

Location: Wentz Concert Hall, North Central College, Chicago Ave, Naperville

Event Summary: This will be our third NMGC Voices of Hope concert focused on music for and by those who have been touched by cancer, whether as survivor, patient, family member, caregiver, or medical professional. Music can stir the soul, relieve stress and pain, and provide an opportunity to join with others to share expressions of joy, determination, and encouragement.

Click here for tickets! tickets-1 Group rates (10 or more) and complimentary tickets for cancer survivors are available – call 630-448-0518 or email to nmgc.tickets@gmail.com.



2016 Annual Concert:

“The American Heroes Concert”

May 2016

The American Heroes Concert

Event Summary: Through song, written word, drama, and visuals, The American Heroes Concert this exceptional show saluted well-known and “unsung” heroes from the military, American history, the Naperville community, and other aspects of American culture.  Thank you, thank you to the MCL Allstars, the BrightSide Theater Youth Project and the Harmonia String Quartet for appearing in the show.  Kudos to Quigley’s Irish Pub for hosting the afterglow fundraiser!

“Name That Hero Contest”:   Unfortunately no one named all 8 Heroes!  The answers are:  Babe Ruth, Clara Barton, Susan B. Anthony, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Thomas Edison, Eleanor Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, and William Clark (of Lewis and Clark).  Thank you for participating!