University choir is not being offered this semester. This page will be updated when the course is available again.
Mixed chorus. Study and perform a cappella and accompanied choral literature appropriate to the group from variety of style periods and origins. Two rehearsals weekly. Regular performances on and off campus; biannual tour. May be repeated.
An auditioned, mixed choir of 50-70 singers that performs repertoire from the Western Classical tradition with a focus on choral-orchestral works. Recent works performed include Requiem (W. A. Mozart, Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Duruflé), Messiah (G. F. Handel), Carmina Burana (Carl Orff), Te Deum (F. J. Haydn), A Ceremony of Carols (Benjamin Britten), Abraham’s Eyes Were Darkened (Benjamin Broening).
Course Number: MSEN 194
General Education Requirement: FSVP—must take one unit in same ensemble before FSVP credit is awarded.
Conductor: Dr. Jeffrey Riehl, associate professor of music
Open to all students regardless of academic major.