Concord University Vocal Studies
Collegiate Singers (MUS 451)
The Collegiate Singers is an ensemble of approximately 50 singers devoted to the artistic performance of choral music. The group performs at least two concerts each year, one with orchestra and guest soloists. Past performances have included Rejoice in the Lamb (Britten), Messiah (Handel), Dona Nobis Pacem (Vaughan Williams), Creation (Haydn) and Chichester Psalms (Bernstein). Members of the ensemble represent a wide variety of interests and areas of study. Any Concord student regardless of major is welcome and encouraged to audition.
Listen to the
sung by the Collegiate Singers
Hear us sing John Denver's
2010 Performance Tour of Scotland & Ireland
The Camerata Singers (MUS 461.2)
The Camerata Singers is a highly select ensemble made up of female singers auditioned from the Concord University Collegiate Singers. The students who sing in the ensemble represent a variety of majors and departments on the Concord campus and include first-year students through seniors. The group performs a wide variety of music from motets, to folksongs and broadway tunes.
The ConChords (MUS 461.1)
The ConChords is a guy’s group chosen with a rigorous vocal audition. The gentlemen in this ensemble must not only be fine soloists but also strong musicians capable of singing one-on-a-part literature. The ConChords take inspiration from fine men’s choirs such as the King’s Singers, Cantus, Rockapella, and Chanticleer.
Photos from our 2010 Production of Copland's Opera "The Tender Land"