When Scott Kerr first heard the Harvard Glee Club, in opening ceremonies his freshman year, he was so impressed he joined the club right away.
Now the Penn Wood High School graduate is president of the club and is preparing to bring his fellow singers to the First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne for a one-show engagement on March 31.
"It's probably the best men's choral group in the country," Kerr, 20, said recently.
Now in its 137th year, the glee club is the oldest men's chorus in the country. Its long tradition at Harvard includes collaborations with the Boston Symphony, record productions and numerous European tours. The group was once conducted by alumnus Leonard Bernstein at the Vatican.