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.
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.
The Women's Chorale is an SSAA chorus that performs easy to medium difficult choral literature for women's voices.
The Male Chorus is a TTBB chorus that performs easy to medium difficult choral literature for male voices.
Concordia Vocal Jazz was formed in the fall of 2006 and has quickly earned a reputation for fine singing of jazz/pop influenced choral music.