Co-sponsored by The Performing Arts Department and the Student Government Association, The College Singers is a vocal ensemble with a focus on musical theatre repertoire. As this is both a class and a club, students may participate for course credit (MUS 249, one credit hour) or for their own enjoyment.
The chorus performs one public concert per semester: a themed concert in the fall and a full concert format musical in the spring. While preparing concert material, participants learn choral musicianship, expand personal musical ability and foster an appreciation of music.
The College Singers welcomes all voices, but an audition is required of non-musical theatre majors. Students interested in auditioning should attend a rehearsal during the first week of classes. Rehearsals are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3 - 3:50 p.m. in Dowd Fine Arts Center, Room 111.
The Choral Union is a large chorus made up of students and community members, sponsored collaboratively by SUNY Cortland and the Dan & Rose McNeill Foundation.
The ensemble performs on the SUNY Cortland campus in Brown Auditorium, and at a newly appointed community arts venue located at 19 Church Street in downtown Cortland. Repertoire in recent semesters has focused on recent compositions by American composers.
No audition is required for The Choral Union. Students may participate for credit (MUS 240, one credit hour). Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings from 7-9 p.m. in Dowd Fine Arts Center, Room 111. For more information, please contact Professor David Neal, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 607-753-4565.
The College-Community Orchestra is comprised of students and members of the community. rehearses on Monday from 7-9 p.m. in Dowd Fine Arts Center, Room 110. An Audition is required. Students may receive course credit (MUS 256, one credit hour).
Auditions will be held during the first two rehearsals during the first week of classes. The College-Community Orchestra is Those interested should contact the Director, Ubaldo Valli at email@example.com.
Applied Piano - MUS 160, Piano Class I - MUS 180, Piano Class II - MUS 181
Auditions for applied piano are held during the first week of classes. Limited enrollment space is available. Applied piano students receive one individual lesson each week and have performing opportunities within the department. For further information, please contact Dr. Marina Gorelaya at Marina.Gorelaya@gmail.com.
Applied Voice - MUS 164, Voice Class I - MUS 184, Voice Class II- MUS 185
Auditions for applied voice are held during the first week of the semester. Limited enrollment space is available. Applied voice students receive one individual lesson each week, and participate in a voice lab with other applied voice students. There are also other performing opportunities within the department.
Applied Strings - MUS 163, MUS 263, MUS 363