Yale Glee Club surprises NYC train passengers with a spectacular holiday performance
There's no connection here to the Class of 1964, but stick with it. It's an awful lot of fun.
A Metro-North Railroad conductor became a choral conductor when the Yale Glee Club took the train back from a concert at the Yale Club of New York City on December 4, 2015. Train conductor Bob McDonough asked them to sing. To his delight, they then sang "Carol of the Bells." According to Dan Rubins, the Glee Club president, the group also had McDonough as their conductor and sung for him on the way to New York.