Choruses

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Overview

Choruses at UC Davis
Caleb Lewis, conductor

There are three choruses at UC Davis, the smaller Chamber Singers (12+ singers) and the larger University Chorus (60+ singers), as well as the ensemble Schola Cantorum.

University Chorus

The University Chorus of UC Davis is a 60-person SATB ensemble that has a long history of performing a variety of repertoire in the Mondavi Center. They often partner with the Symphony Orchestra for major choral-orchestral works. The University Chorus meets Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:10–6:00 pm in Room 115, Music Building, with dress rehearsals to be announced. Pick an audition time.

MUS 144. University Chorus (2 units)

 

Chamber Singers

The Chamber Singers of UC Davis is an elite treble chorus with 24 members that specializes in sophisticated repertoire for women’s voices.
The Chamber Singers meets Monday and Wednesdays, 4:10–6:00 pm in Room 115, Music Building, with dress rehearsals to be announced. Pick an audition time.

MUS 142. Chamber Singers (2 units)

 

Schola Cantorum

Schola Cantorum is an 8-12 member SATB ensemble that specializes in repertoire before 1750 and after 1950. This ensemble focuses on historically informed performance techniques as well as premieres of music being written today.

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