Women's Choral Ensemble
AUDITIONS ARE NOW CLOSED: Thanks to all who auditioned!
Our students and faculty worked extremely hard all semester in circumstances that could not have been more challenging to the process of making music, but somehow they managed to produce a wide variety of inspiring performances. We are sure you will enjoy this collection if their recent work.
Roger Zahab leads Pitt's Symphony Orchestra in this virtual performance of Judtih Weir's Sinfonia Comatica.
Students from all over the University participate in musical activities and performances, and are often joined in the ensembles by faculty and members of the community at large. Find out how to join the different music department ensembles below.
Update: The time of this event has been changed to 5 p.m.
Enjoy the sounds of the season as the Women's Choral Ensemble sings traditional carols and holiday favorites, along with works by Carrillo, Gjeillo and Edenroth.
Auditions and signups will be held for Department of Music student ensembles at the beginning of the fall term. Our choirs and instrumental ensembles are open to students throughout the University and you are encouraged to apply regardless of your major. Below, please find specific instructions for each of our ensembles.
Pitt's Women's Choral Ensemble present a Women's Choir Festival at Heinz Memorial Chapel. Guests will include ensembles from Lower Dauphin High School, Canon-McMillan High School, and Duquesne University.
The Pitt Choirs Showcase returns with performances from Heinz Chapel Choir, the Men’s Glee Club, and Women’s Choral Ensemble. The three choral groups will present a varied program featuring works from North America, Europe, and Africa and in styles ranging from Palestrina to ABBA.