The Collegiate Chorale is composed of select junior and senior singers. The choir features 100 mixed voices performing sacred choral works of a variety of periods and styles. Collegiate Chorale also sings at daily Chapel and Sunday worship services on campus, takes part in the college’s annual Christmas At Luther celebration, and tours annually. In recent years, the Collegiate Chorale has performed in concert with the American Symphony Orchestra at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, and with the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) and La Crosse (Wisconsin) symphony orchestras. The choir recently appeared in concert with The Philadelphia Brass, premiering a newly commissioned work, The Creation of the World, by renowned American composer Daniel Pinkham. In March of 2004 the choir performed at the American Choral Directors Association Convention in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Collegiate Chorale is conducted by Andrew Last.
Auditions for Collegiate Chorale are held each semester.
Collegiate Chorale rehearses MWF 2:45 to 3:45 p.m. Rehearsal location for Collegiate Chorale is in the Weston H. Noble Recital Hall.
|Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge
Composed by Vaughan Williams