NMGC Open Sing Dates
January 25 & February 1, 2020

Image may contain: possible text that says 'N THE NAPERVILLE MEN'S GLEE CLUB INVITES INVITES TENORS AND BASSES FOR A MORNING OF SONG "OPEN SING' INVITATION Saturday January 25, and Saturday February 2020 9:30 to 11:00 am Church of the Brethren 1020 W. efferson St. Naperville, IL OPEN TO ALL MALE SINGERS, CHORUS MEMBERS, MUSIC EDUCATORS'

Come and joins us for a morning of song!  No obligation involved, just a great way to get to know other local singers.
Questions?  Contact mziegler.nmgc@gmail.com.

NMGC Spring Showcase – April 26
“Singing Unites Us All”

Join us in our 32nd year of bringing music to Naperville and surrounding communities. NMGC will host the 2020 Spring Showcase, bringing together high energy collegiate a cappella groups, the Thundertones and Amplify from Wheaton College, and the College of Dupage Chamber Singers, with the help of Chicago’s own Comedy/Sportz Musical Improv as program emcees.
We are proud to continue to offer Naperville musical quality, energy, and variety, and oh, by the way, challenging ourselves to step up and keep pace! This will be a delightful entertaining program for the whole family.

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The Naperville Men’s Glee Club

Making music and serving the Naperville community and State of Illinois for 30 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.

In Memorium

Bonnie Klee Roberts

September 19, 1944 – November 17, 2019

Passing of Founding Director of the Naperville men’s Glee Club, Bonnie Klee Roberts.

The Naperville Men’s Glee Club Presents “Christmas Presence”

Oh we need a little Christmas! What could be better than to center yourself before the holidays by taking a break from Christmas present shopping to attend “Christmas Presence” a Christmas Concert with The Naperville Men’s Glee Club to light the way this holiday season!

The concert will be held Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 3:00 pm at Good Shepherd Church, 1310 Shepherd Drive, Naperville. The theme of the concert is “light”. The first half of the concert is “In the Presence of Bright Stars” and will explore the theme of starlight. The second half is “In the Presence of a ‘Lighter’ Nature” and will explore light music for the holidays including a holiday pops sing-a-long! You are sure to enjoy this concert including music of Dan Forest, Randall Thompson, and a humorous version of a Bach fugue to kick off the season in holiday style! Guest artists will include Anne Harfield-violin, Tom Maslowski- bass and Phil Beale- percussion. Back by popular demand …the Holiday Bake Sale Fundraiser at intermission! This is a Christmas concert for the whole family!

Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $10 for students. Tickets may be purchased and printed online HERE after November 5th, or they may be purchased from any Glee Club member. Tickets may also be purchased at the door (cash or check only). For ticket information or group rates (10 or more) please call (630) 448-0518.

Listen in to NCTV17 as NMGC President Dave Mueller and tenor Rich Ryan describe their experience and sense of purpose with NMGC!

NMGC 2019 Voices of Hope

3:00 pm, Sunday, April 28, 2019

We joined with a host of Naperville singers for our 4th Voices of Hope chorus and concert, held at Wentz Concert Hall in April. It was great show, a great audience, and a wonderful opportunity to honor key figures in the local area fight against cancer. As in the past, men and women touched by cancer in some way, whether as a survivor, patient, caregiver, or family member, were invited to join us in song and experience the healing benefits of music in a communal endeavor.

NCTV17 captured the highlights of the concert!

Thanks to the generosity of Busey Bank, Fair Oaks Ford, and Groove Dental, complimentary tickets were made available for cancer patients and survivors.

NMGC 30th Anniversary Celebration

September 30, 2018

With great pleasure and enjoyment of reliving many poignant memories, we welcomed former members and numerous guests back to a wonderful gathering at North Central College’s Wentz Concert Hall. We met to celebrate the contribution and accomplishments of Founder and Director Emeritus Bonnie Roberts, and in welcome of new Artistic Director, Dr. John Rakes. Fellowship and re-acquaintance were an important outcome of the evening, reflecting back on 30 years of making song and connecting with our community. The gathering was embellished with delicious eats, and we dusted off a few songs that may not have been heard for a while. 

RECAP – 30th Anniversary Concert, April 15, 2018

The Naperville Men’s Glee Club (NMGC) celebrated a soaring evening of memories, fun, and growth on the 30th Anniversary year of the founding of the organization. On a reflective note, we also celebrated the outstanding career achievements of Founder and Director Bonnie Roberts, who is retiring from her full time role and assuming a guiding persona as Artistic Director Emeritus. The NMGC has developed a strong local personality and civic role over the years, contributing to the artistic environment in Naperville, while at the same time serving to encourage positive attributes of music, fellowship, and service to the community.

In recognition of these accomplishments, NMGC was recognized at both the city and state levels with proclamations declaring April 15, concert day,  as “Naperville Men’s Glee Club Day” in the City of Naperville, and the State of Illinois. We couldn’t be more proud and appreciative of our Founder and Director, Bonnie Roberts, who led the way over the years. We invite you to share some of the highlights of our concert through the
coverage by NCTV17 and by browsing through some of the concert images and posters capturing our history.