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Department of Choral Studies

               

 

The Department of Choral Studies at Notre Dame College offers a variety of vocal ensembles for our students, regardless of major and athletic involvement. It is our mission to educate our members with musical tools that are transferable to various academic, social, and artistic interests. Students do not have to have previous choral experience to join. 

 

As part of our dedication to Arts Education, Performing Arts Scholarships are available for incoming students. This is a remarkable opportunity that NDC offers students, regardless of their academic interests or athletic involvement. 
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Rehearsals
Mondays from 6:30-8p.
*Singers placed in advanced ensembles will have additional rehearsals on Wednesdays from 4:30-6p. 

Non-student semester fees (Must meet with director prior to choral placement) 
$100 for community members and $50 for NDC Faculty/Staff.
Contact choir@ndc.edu for information. 

Ensembles

Concert Choir is an auditioned choir that is open to all students, faculty, staff and the community. Repertoire consists of the traditional mixed voice choral structure and is accompanied by piano and/or instrumental ensembles. Concert Choir’s main performances consist of the Christmas Concert and Homecoming Football Game in the fall, the Spring Concert, and various other miscellaneous performance opportunities on and off campus.

 

Jaimie SoloChamber Singers is an auditioned, mixed voice chamber ensemble that is geared to provide advanced singers with a more challenging choral experience. An advanced understanding of music theory and aural skills is necessary for students in this particular ensemble. Repertoire consists from classical to contemporary music genres. Chamber Singers is the institutions primary special events performing vocal ensemble and consists of usually 18-20 singers. 

 

David Solo
Glee Club is an audition vocal ensemble whose primary genres consists of contemporary, early music, vocal jazz, and pop a cappella music. An advanced understanding of music theory, aural skills, and vocal technique is necessary for students in this particular ensemble. Glee Club is usually 8-12 singers. 

 

 

CONTACT
Timothy Little
Director of Choral Studies
choir@ndc.edu
216.373.5352

 

 

Events

July 3

Offices Closed

8:00 AM
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