The University of Wyoming Collegiate Chorale is comprised of 40 of the finest choral singers on the University campus. Membership is by audition only. These talented musicians are dedicated to performing compositions from the fifteenth century through the present, including commissions written especially for them.
The Chorale has appeared on numerous state, regional and national convention programs of the American Choral Directors Association, Music Educators National Conference and the Music Teachers National Conference. Touring opportunities have led to performances at the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Boettcher Concert Hall in Denver, Colorado; and Avery Fisher Hall in New York. On the international stage, the Chorale has performed in the finest concert halls and cathedrals of England, Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Mexico, and Brazil. The Chorale regularly collaborates with the University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra as well as regional orchestras in performances of choral/orchestral masterworks. Recent performances have included Haydn's The Creation, the Verdi Requiem, and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.