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Norsemen is the first-year men’s choir consisting of approximately 90 men selected by audition. Besides performing at the annual Christmas at Luther performances, the Norsemen also assist in Sunday and daily chapel worship, and present a spring program with Aurora, Luther’s choral ensemble for first-year women. They also travel off campus throughout the year to sing at worship services at area churches.

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Collegiate Chorale
The Collegiate Chorale is composed of select junior and senior singers. The choir features 85 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.

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MUS 351 Advanced Conducting: Choral
A detailed study of rehearsal techniques, musical components and conducting expressiveness and effectiveness related to a choral rehearsal. Additional attention is given to a general choral repertoire survey and written self-evaluations. Strongly recommended for vocal performance music majors and required for vocal music education majors.

MUS 130-430 Private Voice Instruction