The Glee Club (limited to 80 voices and open to Classes I-IV by audition) rehearses during the academic day and performs sacred, folk, musical theater, and traditional songs for men’s chorus. It collaborates annually with a girls’ chorus to perform a major choral work—most recently Bernstein's Mass. The Glee Club tours in the spring—most recently to Washington, DC, and Virginia.
The Latonics, comprised of about 14 singers selected from the Glee Club, perform more challenging a cappella music, often in original arrangements by group members. They rehearse twice a week after athletics practice, and maintain an extensive performance schedule.
The Junior Chorus is open by audition to boys in Classes V and VI. Its repertoire includes three- and four-part arrangements, both accompanied and a cappella. The Junior Chorus rehearses twice a week during the school day and performs in December and April with the Glee Club.
The Jazz Band and Chamber Ensembles are for boys who demonstrate proficiency in instrumental performance. They rehearse once a week after sports practices and perform several times during the academic year.
Each term, by arrangement with the Director of Music, boys may perform in recital before the School. These performances often include chamber ensembles gathered by the Director of Music.