Men's Glee Club

Mens glee club in concert
Closeup of a section of singers in the mens glee club concert

Founded in 1907 by Raymond Burke, the composer of Miami's Fight Song and Alma Mater, the Miami Men's Glee Club has maintained a tradition of excellence throughout its first 106 years. Conducted by Jeremy D. Jones, the ensemble is comprised of over 100 singers, selected by audition from the Miami University community, open to all majors. The Club is among the oldest and largest groups of its kind in the nation. The Glee Club's repertoire encompasses everything from Gregorian Chant and Renaissance motets to modern popular music, folksongs, and spirituals.


During the first week of classes, ensemble members are at informational tables in the Armstrong Student Center to sign students up for audition times and to answer questions about the choral ensembles.

For additional information about the ensemble, contact director Jeremy D. Jones at