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Concert Choir - MUSC 260
The University of North Dakota Concert Choir is a nationally recognized choral ensemble consisting of the most talented vocalists at the University of North Dakota. Its repertoire includes music from the last six centuries, from many nations, and in a variety of languages. The choir's thorough preparation, concentrated discipline, commitment, and careful coaching result in performances of the highest caliber.
MWF, 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm; TTH, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm; Dr. Joshua Bronfman
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Varsity Bards: Men's Chorus - MUSC 263
The Varsity Bards Men's Chorus has been a familiar tradition at the University and around the state since since 1952. The Bards perform a variety of light and popular works, including the popular UND school songs, traditionally joined by Bards alumni from the audience. They have appeared at state, regional, and national conventions, and tour regionally. A small men's ensemble, Goliards, is chosen from within the Bards. A short, stress-free audition is held during the first rehearsal to determine voice type and quality.
TTH, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm; Dr. Joshua Bronfman
Allegro: Women's Chorus - MUSC 264
Allegro performs a wide range of repertoire for women's voices. Allegro and the Varsity Bards perform joint concerts. Allegro has performed at state and regional choral director's conventions, and regularly tours throughout the region. Membership traditionally is from many majors across campus. A short stress-free interview is held during the first three days of classes to determine voice type and quality.
Vivo (MUSC 277) MWF at 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm; Melanie Popejoy, Conductor
Vivo is a women's chamber ensemble, open by audition, which performs music spanning a variety of styles and time periods. Membership includes music majors, as well as majors from other disciplines. The ensemble performs regularly, on and off campus, throughout the year. Auditions are held during the first week of classes.