Collegiate Chorale

One of 5 curricular choirs from the Bowling Green State University College of Musical Arts, the Collegiate Chorale is the university’s flag-ship choral ensemble. Members study and perform a wide range of repertoire that spans the Renaissance period to the modern era. The ensemble’s mission is to engage audiences with authentic and conscientious performances this varied repertoire.  Members of the ensemble seek to connect with listeners and each other intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

The Collegiate Chorale has produced a variety of CDs and has made numerous appearances at ACDA and OMEA conferences. The group also tours annually, taking them to locations throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Recent domestic tours have included visits to New York City, Chicago, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, and Boston. Highlights for the 2023-2024 academic year include a performance at the 44th Bowling Green New Music Festival, a shared fall concert with BGSU's A Cappella Choir, a January Northwest Ohio mini-tour, an appearance at the 2024 OMEA Professional Development Conference in Columbus, a performance with the BGSU University Choral Society, A Capella Choir, and the Toledo Symphony Orchestra of the Mozart Requiem, a spring concert with the BGSU Men’s Chorus, and tour to Barcelona, Madrid, and Toledo, Spain early May.

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The Collegiate Chorale's mission to perform high level choral repertoire that represents different time periods, cultures, and styles of music. We seek to perform and celebrate the music of the world on the highest level. We want to use our talent as a group to give our listeners a meaningful and enjoyable listening experience everytime we take the stage. Performing works from some of the most well known composers such as Mozart to brand new music from living composers, we pride ourselves in our diverse programs and high level musicianship across many different styles of choral music.


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