The University Singers is the flagship choral ensemble of the University of Minnesota. This auditioned ensemble, conducted jointly by Professors Kathy Romey and Matthew Mehaffey, performs as both a large choir and also divides into smaller chamber ensembles. Singers explore a wide variety of classical and global repertoire for mixed chorus from the Renaissance through the 21st century. Concerts, both on and off campus, include convention presentations, touring, and collaborations with ensembles including the Minnesota Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, other college and community choruses, and School of Music ensembles. For more information about University Singers, email Kathy Romey or Matthew Mehaffey. See the Choral Audition Schedule for information about scheduling an audition.
The University Women’s Chorus is an auditioned ensemble, which presents choral programs of classical, folk, popular and global repertoire for female and mixed voices. Concerts occur both on and off campus and include performances at Ted Mann Concert Hall and at area festivals. The choir also collaborates with the Men’s Chorus, community organizations, other collegiate women’s choruses, and various University ensembles. For more information about Women's Chorus, email Kathy Romey. See the Choral Audition Schedule for information about scheduling an audition.
The Men’s Chorus is a non-auditioned ensemble, which services the University and Twin Cities community through performances of glee club, folk, popular and classical repertoire. Concerts include appearances at University of Minnesota and professional Twin Cities' athletic events, Ted Mann Concert Hall, and Minnesota festivals. The choir collaborates with the Women’s Chorus, community organizations, other collegiate men’s choruses, and University ensembles. For more information about Men's Chorus, email Matthew Mehaffey. If you are interested in singing with the Men's Chorus, sign up for MUS 3200, section 004.
Campus Singers Maroon, Gold or Mosaic are non-auditioned ensembles open to all members of the University community, including students from all majors, faculty, staff, and alumni. The ensembles explore music of diverse cultures, styles, periods, and collaborate in programs with guest artists, the Men’s and Women’s Choruses, and various University ensembles. For more information about Campus Singers, please email the designated instructor. If you are interested in joining a Campus Singers Ensemble, sign up for MUS 3200, section 001, 002 or 003.
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