ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The choral program at the UW–Madison provides opportunities for students of all levels of ability to study and perform outstanding choral music from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries and from a variety of cultures. Our program boasts seven ensembles that differ by size, skill level (from no experience to advanced), and repertoire. The ensembles are comprised of undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines, not just music majors.
The choirs build individual music skills such as sight-singing, tuning, ear training, and rhythm while developing the abilities to work together as a high-level ensemble.
The program holds auditions at the beginning of each semester, and offers performance opportunities for both the experienced singer and the novice. Groups range in size from 30 to 150 members. You do not need to be a music major to participate. We encourage students to audition and have an exciting, challenging, inspirational, and enjoyable time. Please note: University Chorus does not require an audition.