Are you new to the IU community and looking for a way to become actively involved in the music scene? Are you looking for a way to meet new people who share your same interests in music? Have you sung in choirs in the past and are looking for a way to sing at IU without a huge time commitment?
THEN ALL-CAMPUS CHORUS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU!
All-Campus Chorus is the ideal place for people who want to sing and meet other people who enjoy singing as well. The choir rehearses from 7:15-8:35pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Ballantine Hall with a concert at the end of each semester. The choir sings a wide variety of music, including spirituals, contemporary compositions, and classical repertoire.
NO AUDITION OR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
The All-Campus Chorus is a choral ensemble at Indiana University that is open to all members of the IU community, including students, faculty, and staff. There is no audition to be in the ensemble and no previous musical experience is necessary (music-reading skills are helpful, but certainly not required).
JOINING IS EASY!
The best way to sign up for the chorus is to register through OneStart for course MUS-X1 (make sure you choose the section for the All-Campus Chorus). If you’re uncertain how to do this, just come to the first rehearsal on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 7:15pm in Ballantine Hall Rm. 310. If you have any questions about the ensemble or how to register, please contact Choral Department Administrator, David Villanueva, at dvillanu (at) indiana.edu.
7:15-8:35 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday
None required. Please attend first rehearsal for more information.
Singers in All-Campus Chorus represent the diversity of the student body and a wide variety of academic majors. Likewise, the literature studied includes works of various countries, languages, cultures and historical periods. Community choral ensembles have always fostered social growth and leadership. In keeping with that tradition, All-Campus Chorus hosts social events for its singers during the year and elects officers who take on the significant responsibilities needed to run an ensemble of this size.