Ensembles - Clemson University Choirs

Choral Ensembles


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Cantorei

Cantorei provides an enriching chamber music experience to students at Clemson University. Singers can look forward to performing early music, contemporary choral works, and new modern music commissioned for the ensemble.

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CU Singers

Each year, Clemson University Singers performs several concerts in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts and off-campus. In addition to performing a range of unaccompanied repertoire, each spring CU Singers performs a Choral-Orchestral Masterwork.

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Men's Choir

Begun in 1896, Men's Choir is the oldest musical organization at Clemson University. This choir performs a wide variety of traditional choral literature representing multiple genres, style periods, and nationalities. No audition is required and students from all majors are encouraged to join.

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Women's Choir

The Clemson University Women’s Choir consists of about 45 undergraduate students. The ladies represent almost every major Clemson University offers, but are united by a passion for vocal music. Women’s Choir meets twice a week, learning a multitude of pieces from varying genres of choral literature.

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TakeNote

TakeNote is Clemson University’s all-female pop a cappella ensemble. The group is comprised of 12-16 women selected from the larger Clemson choral ensembles by audition. While highlighting vocal percussion and soloists, TakeNote performs popular music ranging from the 1960s to contemporary songs.

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Tigeroar

Tigeroar is Clemson University's only all-male a-cappella ensemble. Founded in 1997 by Dr. Dan Rash and Dr. David Conley, the group has a long and proud tradition of musical excellence in Clemson, SC. The group is rich in the Clemson spirit and pursuant of respect and humility in our community and beyond.