CSU Concert Singers


The Concert Singers ensemble is an auditioned vocal ensemble specializing in music of all genres. The 28 member group is composed of music majors, music minors and non-majors as well as graduate students and has performed throughout the east coast and in Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, England, Germany and Scotland. They have performed twice in the Washington, D.C. National Cathedral and at St. Patrick’s in New York City in addition to performing at various schools and churches in Virginia, New Jersey, South Carolina and Florida. The Concert Singers have been selected numerous times to perform at the Piccolo Spoleto Choral Artists Series and Festival in Charleston, most recently when they performed with the Singers of Summerville in How Sweet the Music. In June 2003, the Concert Singers performed Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem in Varna, Bulgaria as part of the Fifth International Conductors Workshop and in June 2004 and 2006 they were the choir in residence at York Minster Cathedral in England. In June 2006 they also sang in Edinburgh Scotland at St. Giles Cathedral as part of their Artist Series. In June 2008 they traveled to Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic where they sang in Salzburg Cathedral and St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna. In June 2010, the Concert Singers performed throughout Northern Italy including St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice and this past June 2012 they were selected as Choir in Residence at Canterbury Cathedral in England where they sang services during the Queen’s Jubilee. In March 2013 they performed with First Scots Presbyterian choir at the Bach Festival of Charleston and toured New York City in May of 2013. In June 2014, the Concert Singers performed throughout Spain in Barcelona, Girona and Palafrugell as well as at various cathedrals and churches. This June 2016, the Concert Singers will perform in Budapest, Hungary as well as Vienna Austria.

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