Choral Ensembles at UNC

Students from across campus all have the opportunity to participate in any of the five award winning choral ensembles at the University of Northern Colorado.

The Concert Choir is the premier mixed ensemble at the University of Northern Colorado, and is made up of 65-70 singers from all across the University community, and have performed at national and divisional conferences of the American Choral Directors Association and National Collegiate Choral Organization.

The Men’s and Women’s Glee Clubs are among the oldest ensembles at UNC, and in addition to performances of their own, combine with the Concert Choir to perform the great masterpieces of the choral/orchestral genre, most recently the Verdi Requiem and Mendelssohn’s Elijah.

The Chamber Choir is a 32-voiced select ensemble specializing in choral chamber music from a variety of music style periods. Recent international performances for the Chamber Choir have included Vienna, St. Nicholas Church in Prague Old Town Square, and the Ave Verum International Choral Competition in Baden, Austria.

The University Singers is a 40-member group open to the entire campus community with no audition required.

Open Auditions

Not a music major but love to sing? Try out for UNC's award-winning choirs during open auditions to be held from noon-3 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, Aug. 22 - 24, in Frasier 123B and 103.

For more information, contact Galen Darrough, 970-351-2290.

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