Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia is a music institution in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1874 by William Wallace Gilchrist, a major figure in the 19th century music of Philadelphia. The chorus is currently under the direction of Paul Rardin (2015-), chair of the department of choral conducting at Temple University. Prior to Rardin's appointment, the chorus was led by Alan Harler from 1988-2015.
- "history". mcchorus.org. Retrieved 1 December 2013.
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