The Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts the University of Miami Men's Glee Club in a special concert Thursday, Jan. 16, as part of the glee club's southeastern United States tour.

Fifty members of the CBC's Handel, Concert and Cantabile choirs will perform on the program along with the 40 members of the Men's Glee Club from the University of Miami, located in Oxford, Ohio. The concert will be held in Second Presbyterian Church, 700 Pine St., beginning at 7 p.m.

Founded in 1907, the Miami Men's Glee Club has maintained a tradition of musical excellence with its members representing many academic disciplines across the university. Recent international tours have included performances in Belgium, England, France, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland and Wales.

If you go

› What: Collaborative Concert: Chattanooga Boys Choir and University of Miami Men’s Glee Club

› Where: Second Presbyterian Church, 700 Pine St.

› When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16

› Admission: Free

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In May 2014, the group won first place and was named overall grand champion at the Concours European de Chant Choral in Luxembourg. The group's repertoire encompasses a wide range of music from Gregorian chant, Renaissance motets, folk songs, opera and Broadway choruses to spirituals and contemporary works.

Founded in 1954, the Chattanooga Boys Choir is the oldest boy choir in the southeastern United States. Started as one choir of 30 boys, the organization now includes over 100 choristers in five ensembles from across the Chattanooga area and Northwest Georgia.

Thursday's performance is free, however a goodwill offering will be collected.

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