Clemson University

Men's Choir

About Men's Choir

Men's Choir (MUSC 3720) is a non-auditioned, all-male ensemble. To participate, register for the course and attend the first rehearsal on the first Thursday of each semester at 12:30 p.m.

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. CU Men's Choir is conducted by Dr. Anthony Bernarducci.

Wild Mountain Thyme & O Mistress Mine

The CU Men's Choir performed "Wild Mountain Thyme" arranged by Karen Marrolli and "O Mistress Mine" by Matthew Harris in the spring of 2021 to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the choir.