Chorale is a choral ensemble (choir) auditioned from throughout the student body. The Georgetown College Chorale performs a wide variety of choral repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day for churches, schools, conventions, and for numerous on-campus functions. Annual tours are taken throughout the eastern United States. Voice majors, minors and elective singers receiving music scholarships are required to participate in a choir each semester of residence.
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This chorus often performs larger choral works, including an annual fall presentation of Messiah. Representative spring works include Haydnâ€™s The Creation, Mozartâ€™s Requiem, and Vaughan Williamsâ€™ Dona Nobis Pacem. Concert Choir is a non-auditioned ensemble, open to the entire community including faculty and staff. Voice majors, minors and elective singers receiving music scholarships are required to participate in a choir each semester of residence. Voice majors and minors are required to participate in a minimum of four semesters of Concert Choir.
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