Founded in 1872, the Orpheus Club of Philadelphia is the oldest mens' singing group in America. For nearly a century and a half, the Club has been a prominent fixture in the social and cultural life of the city of Philadelphia. The singing membership consists of 80 members. Some are in their twenties, while others continue to be active members into their 80s and beyond. The Club holds three concerts a year at the Kimmel Center, and our repertoire spans classical, jazz, and pop. In January and February, a select group of singing members entertains our associate members with our Twelfth Night Revels. Similar to the book musicals put on by Penn's Mask and Wig Club and Princeton's Triangle Club, the Revels feature slapstick, specially arranged songs, puns, and elaborate costumes. Proud of its history, the Orpheus Club continues to thrive and looks eagerly ahead to a bright future.