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Chamber Singers

Westminster Chamber Singers

Dr. Christopher Quinn, Director

cquinn@westminstercollege.edu

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Rehearsal Time: MTWTH 4:00-5:20 p.m.

Rehearsal Location: Rehearsal Room, Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory

History: Open to Westminster students only, the Chamber Singers, are Westminster's elite, touring choir. Since they were organized in 1996, their combination of youthful exuberance and artistically advanced performance of sacred and secular music has been in demand at a variety of venues both on and off campus. In recent years they have toured Utah, Nevada, Washington D.C., and New York City where, in 2002, they performed John Rutter's Gloria with several other college choirs in Carnegie Hall under Rutter's direction. In 2006, they went on a European tour encompassing both Spain and France, and in 2008 they performed in the Cultural Olympics preceding the 2008 Beijng Summer Olympics. Most recently, the Chamber Singers did a tour of Ireland, performing in the Cork International Choir Festival as well as historical landmarks around the country.

For information on auditions Click Here.

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Uniforms: Choir dresses and tuxedos cost approximately $100 per person.

Tickets: You can now buy your tickets online!

Westminster Combined Choir and Orchestra Present: Handel’s Messiah

Dec. 9–10
$10; Free for Westminster students, staff and faculty


Celebrate the season with one of classical music’s most beloved works, Handel’s joyous “Messiah.” Featuring the combined forces of Westminster Chamber Singers, Community Choir and Chamber Orchestra.

 

 

 

Chamber Singers

April 21–22, 7:30pm
$10; Free for Westminster students, staff, and faculty

 

Music is in the air as the Chamber Singers welcome spring with an assortment of songs that will make your spirits bloom!