Department of Music
 

Chamber Singers

Chamber Singers in Italy

Conducted by Dr. Dwight Bigler, the Chamber Singers is a select mixed ensemble that performs literature spanning the Renaissance to the 21st century. This ensemble has been featured at conventions of the Virginia Music Teachers Association, Virginia Music Educators Association, and American Choral Directors Association. They recently performed at the Vatican and St. Mark's Basilica in Venice as part of their 2012 Italy tour. They have also performed in the Washington National Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, and Brooklyn Academy of Musics' Howard Gilman Opera House. Recent projects include collaborations with Opera Roanoke and the New River Valley Symphony Orchestra, including performances in Mozart's Requiem, Verdi's Otello, and Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.

Chamber Singers outside in Italy

 

  • Number of performers: 36 - 40
  • Rehearsal Times: M/W/F, 3:35-5:15
  • Location: Squires Recital Salon

 

 

 

 

 

Auditions

Chamber Singers student in front of posted program If you are interested in being considered for Chamber Singers, you must:

  1. audition by the first Wednesday of fall semester
  2. bring a prepared solo to your audition (classical art song, folk song, hymn, or Broadway ballad that shows classical-style singing)
  3. pass the standard audition (see audition requirements for VT Women's Chorus and Tech Men)

 

The Chamber Singers call-back list will be posted on Wednesday afternoon. Call-back auditions will be held during Wednesday's regular rehearsal time.

Chamber Singers performing in the Squires Recital Salon

 

Chamber Singers outside in Italy