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Schola Cantorum

Small mixed chorus; study and perform choral literature appropriate to the group from variety of style periods and origins; emphasis on a cappella repertoire. Three rehearsals weekly. Regular performances on and off campus; biannual tour. May be repeated.

An auditioned, mixed choir of 32-40 singers that performs on and off campus, tours internationally, and performs a wide variety of repertoire, including works from the Western Classical tradition, folk songs, spirituals, and world musics.  Recent concert tours have taken Schola to Spain, Italy, France, Slovenia, Croatia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Hungary.  Schola’s recording, Christmas from Jamestowne, recently was broadcast on International Public Radio.

Rehearsals:  M-W-R, 4:40–5:30 p.m. in B127 Booker Hall

Course Number: MSEN 196

General Education Requirement:  FSVP—must take one unit in same ensemble before FSVP credit is awarded.

Unit(s):  .5

Conductor:   Dr. Jeffrey Riehl, associate professor of music

Additional Information:   
Open to all students regardless of academic major.

To schedule an audition, contact Dr. Jeffrey Riehl