The UAChoirs include ten ensembles that welcome members from across the UA community and greater Tucson area. With over twenty performances a year, there are numerous opportunities for singers of all experience and ability. Learn more below and, if you have any questions, please contact our director of choral activities, Dr. Miguel Ángel Felipe.
MUS 400L/500L MTWThF 2:00 p.m.
The Arizona Choir is the premiere choral ensemble in the School of Music, with a membership of 36 graduate voice majors and choral conducting majors. It performs significant choral literature from all style periods, both a cappella and with orchestral accompaniment. During its most recent tour to Budapest, Hungary, The Arizona Choir performed at the famed Liszt Academy. The Arizona Choir fulfills major ensemble credit and is conducted by Dr. Miguel Felipe, Director of Choral Activities.
MUS 200I /400I/500I MTWThF 2:00 p.m.
Symphonic Choir is the premiere undergraduate choral ensemble specializing in the highest quality choral literature from all style periods appropriate for undergraduate voices. Membership is determined through choral placement hearings and is intended for music majors and more advanced non-major singers. Symphonic Choir fulfills major ensemble credit and is conducted by Dr. Elizabeth Schauer, Associate Director of Choral Activities.
University Community Chorus
MUS 200K/400K/500K T 7:00 p.m.
University Community Chorus is a large mixed choir of university faculty, staff and students and members of the greater Tucson community. The non-auditioned membership of over 100 performs standard choral/orchestral literature. The University/Community Chorus does not fulfill large ensemble credit for voice performance or vocal music education students. UCC is led by Dr. Alyssa Cossey, assistant professor and choral music education faculty.