Founded in 1915, the 55-voice The Notre Dame Glee Club has a wide-ranging concert repertory encompassing art music from the Renaissance to the 21st century, as well as spirituals, folk and popular music, and songs of Notre Dame. Each year on the Notre Dame campus the Glee Club presents several formal concerts and dozens of informal performances at University events; they also frequently appear with the South Bend Symphony Orchestra, often in tandem with the St. Mary’s College Women’s Choir. In recent years the Club has performed on tour in over 40 U.S. states, and internationally in Canada, Mexico, Central America, Europe, and Asia. A native of the Los Angeles area, Daniel Stowe has been a member of the University of Notre Dame faculty since 1993. In addition to directing the Glee Club, he is also conductor of the Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra and the mixed-voice Notre Dame Collegium Musicum.