University A Cappella Choir
Concordia University’s internationally acclaimed A Cappella Choir has enjoyed a long tradition of fine choral singing since its inception in 1939. As one of three auditioned vocal ensembles at Concordia, the choir’s membership consists of both music majors and students from other disciplines ... [MORE]
University Chamber Choir
The University Chamber Choir was formed in the fall of 1998 and has gained a reputation for excellence in the singing of vocal chamber music ... [MORE]
Concordia Women's Chorale
The Women's Chorale is an SSAA chorus that performs easy to medium difficult choral literature for women's voices. [MORE]
Concordia Male Chorus
The Male Chorus is a TTBB chorus that performs easy to medium difficult choral literature for male voices. [MORE]
Festival Chorus of Concordia
The Festival Chorus of Concordia sings major choral works too lengthy for other programs. Organized every second year, it comprises the combined membership of the A Cappella Choir, Concordia Singers and the Concordia Chorale. Rehearsals are held as needed.
Opera ensemble performs scenes from operas. Members are recommended by their voice instructors and accepted by the director. The ensemble rehearses two hours per week except during the fall semester of even-numbered years, when a musical is performed at Concordia.