Celebrating its 101<sup>st</sup> season, the Imperial Glee Club will present its annual spring concert in the Logan Tabernacle on Wednesday, May 3, beginning at 7 p.m. Utah State University’s Choral Scholars will join the historic men’s chorus in the performance, and admission to the concert is free.
The Imperial Glee Club was founded in 1916 with a charter of public service and brotherhood and is one of the oldest continuously performing men’s choruses in the United States. The club’s 25-30 members come from throughout Cache Valley. Rock Davidson, a longtime member of the choir, said most participants stay for many years. Davidson has been part of the group for 22 years and said the club sings a variety of music.
“I think we’re probably three parts,” he said. “One’s religious, one’s patriotic and the third one is kind of old-fashioned. You know, people remember all the old music and so that’s what three parts we sing.”
The Imperial Glee Club gives dozens of performances annually throughout Northern Utah and Southern Idaho, entertaining audiences in a wide variety of business, civic, service and charitable venues.