Loyola University Chicago

Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir - MUSC 207
Rev. Charles Jurgensmeier, SJ, conductor

The Chamber Choir is an auditioned ensemble of singers performing works written for the smaller vocal ensemble. Music from all periods of history and representing a wide variety of compositional styles are explored and performed. Sight-singing and ear training skills are important, though not required, for singing in the ensemble. The choir performs twice each semester in concerts at Loyola; the choir has collaborated with the other ensembles of the university. MUSC  207 is a one-credit course and can be taken for credit toward the fulfillment of the Artistic Knowledge and Experience part of the university’s Core Curriculum.

Auditions for the choir are held at the beginning of each semester and include sight reading as well as singing of the Star Spangled Banner. Audition information, as well as online audition sign-up, is available at the following website: http://blogs.luc.edu/artsalive/portfolio/music-auditions/

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