The 1971-1972 season of the Virginia Glee Club featured the Glee Club's first European tour and the release of its album A Shadow's on the Sundial. Donald Loach was the musical director during the season. The officers were John R. Wood, president; Richard S. Hanger, business manager; Edward Alexander Silver, assistant business manager; and James Richardson, librarian.
- Openings Concert (1971) - with the Chatham College Choir
- Fall Concert (1971) - with the University of North Carolina Glee Club
- Christmas Concert (1971) - 31st annual Christmas Concert
- Benefit Concert for the European Tour Fund (1972)
The following roster was listed in the program for the Benefit Concert for the European Tour Fund (1972) and may not include all members of the Glee Club during the season.
Tenor I: Richard M. Austin, Louis G. Burkot, Jr., Nicholas T. Cook, III, Gary S. Copenhaver, Robert R. Hagan, Jr., Jonathan M. Jay, Terrance McGovern, Gregory J. Molner, Paul A. Pope, Jeffrey L. Reider, Gary Rosenzweig
High Baritone: Charles F. Burch, Jr., Peter T. Clarke, Claudie E. Denton, Jr., Charles W. Dixon, J. Christian Gordon, William David Hasty, Jr., Ellis B. Hilton, III, Richard S. Howell, William H. Jeschke, William S. Martin, Kenneth McCaskill, Duncan J. McCrea, Kim C. Shelton, Richard C. Viohl, Jr., John R. Wood, Stephen C. Yowell
Bass: James T. Babb, R. Laird Boles, Lawrence E. Bradley, Wayne G. Coates, Derek P. Dutcher, Paul N. Evans, Randall S. Frye, Stephen R. Ledford, William S. Mulherin, James A. Niederberger, John W. O'Neill, James A. Recktenwald, Jr., James Richardson, Steven Smith, Lloyd F. Stamy, Jr.
The Seven Society donated $177.77 to the European tour.
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