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Center Stage: Glee Club at Homecoming

Saturday, October 22, 2011

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Men of the Purdue Varsity Glee Club stand at attention at University Church before heading to the Homecoming stage.


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PMO director Bill Griffel gives orders during the warm up.


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Some members of the Glee Club chat before the Glee Club is called on stage.


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Sophomore Nick Miller and senior Jimmy O’Connor begin the performance in a flash-mob style while singing “Be My Baby Tonight.”


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Junior Aaron Bourdage and other men of the Glee Club entertain the audience at the Homecoming stage.


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The Glee Club stands at attention to kick-off the show properly.


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The Purdue Varsity Glee Club pays tribute to all the Big Ten universities as they sing “The Collegiate Collection.”


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PMO director Bill Griffel leads the men as they proudly sing our University's fight song, “Hail Purdue.”


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Assistant Director Ted Arthur accompanies the Purdue Varsity Glee Club during the show.


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The men prepare for the upcoming performance by the alumni bands with “Strike Up the Band.”


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The Purdue Varsity Glee Club turns out in conclusion of the show.


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After the game, the Glee Club is invited to Beta Theta Pi fraternity to celebrate the big win!


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The Purdue Varsity Glee Club introduces themselves as they sing “Ambassadors of Song.”


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Senior Michael Buenaventura sings the tenor solo for “Indiana Medley."


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The Purdue Varsity Glee Club sings “Be My Baby Tonight.”


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Senior Lou Fenoglio sings the run-out song.


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Some of the men run out to serenade the ladies in the audience. Thanks to the Beta Theta Pi fraternity for inviting us over to celebrate!

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