Concert Choir is an auditioned, select choir consisting of 35-45 voices that performs a wide variety of short and medium-length choral compositions by significant composers from early classics to notable contemporary works. The repertoire encompasses a unique variety of primarily a cappella music and/or music accompanied by light instrumentation.
The University Mixed Chorus is an ensemble of mixed voices that studies and performs a variety of choral literature from early Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque classics to notable contemporary works and large Oratorio works accompanied by the Eastern Symphony Orchestra and/or the Eastern Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Open to all university students interested in singing. Music majors and minors may count up to six semester hours toward graduation. Non-music may count four semester hours toward graduation.
MUS 0231-001 University Mixed Chorus meets Monday, Wednesday, & Friday, 12:00-12:50 p.m.
Camerata Singers is a select choral ensemble that performs madrigals and other choral literature appropriate for a chamber choir with special emphasis on music before 1750. The repertoire encompasses a unique variety of primarily a cappella music and/or music accompanied by light instrumentation.
MUS 0233-001 Camerata (Syllabus Fall 2015), meets Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:00-6:30 pm in the fall semester and Tuesdays & Thursdays from 6:00-7:30 pm in the spring semester. Contact: Richard Robert Rossi
Additional information about the choral ensembles is available on the following pages: