University Arts Chorale

University Arts Chorale

The University Arts Chorale, under the direction of Professor Ellen Pool, is a prestigious ensemble of thirty-five auditioned voices and maintains an active performance schedule presenting choral repertoire from all periods of music.  In addition to concerts on campus, the Arts Chorale has collaborated with the Holland Chorale, the Muskegon Chamber Choir and the Grand Rapids Chamber Choir.  The Chorale was selected to perform in Ann Arbor at the American Choral Directors Choral Hour as part of the Michigan Music Education In-Service Conference.  The Arts Chorale has performed at the state convention of the American Choral Directors Association in 2004.   The Chorale performed Mendelssohn's "Elijah", the "Mass in C minor" by Mozart and William Walton's "Belshazzar's Feast" with the Symphony Chorus and Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra under the direction of David Lockington.  In January, 2008, the Arts Chorale performed in the opening concert of the Michigan Music Conference, held in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Most recently, the Arts Chorale performed at the American Choral Directors Association Michigan Fall Conference in 2016.

 

 

Course Information:
MUS 117-01
MW - 1:00-2:50
PAC 1410

UAC rehearsal

If you are interested in joining a choral ensemble, fill out a Music Interest Form or email Professor Pool.

Music Interest Form

Professor Ellen Pool
Director of Choral Activities
poole@gvsu.edu
(616) 331-2572

Invictus (Joshua Rist)

University Arts Chorale

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Mendelssohn

University Arts Chorale

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GVSU University Arts Chorale with GVSU Symphony Orchestra and Park Church Chancel Choir. February 21, 2016.



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