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DePaul Choirs at Orchestra Hall

The DePaul Choirs are dedicated to developing the choral artistry of a wide array of student singers (music majors and non-music majors) with diverse and engaging repertoire. This fall the choirs will sing Vaughan Williams’ Five Mystical Songs with international opera star Christopher Magiera and will premiere concertato motets with the DePaul Baroque Ensemble and Jason Moy. In the winter the choirs will collaborate with the DePaul Concert Orchestra and Michael Lewanski to perform Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms. Lastly, Maestro Cliff Colnot has invited the choirs to perform the Brahms Schicksalslied with the DePaul Symphony Orchestra at the School of Music's annual spring concert and gala at downtown Chicago's Symphony Center, home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

The choirs rehearse Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:20 - 2:50 pm in the School of Music's Concert Hall.

Faculty

Eric Esparza

Eric Esparza
Eric Esparza is the Director of Choral Studies and Vocal Area Coordinator.

Enjoy a sample of the DePaul Choirs performing Duruflé's Ubi Caritas, or their performance of Charpentier's Magnificat.​

Christopher Magiera

Christopher Magiera
Christop​her Magiera is​ a faculty member in the​ Voice and Opera Studio.

Jason Moy

Jason Moy
Jason Moy is the Chamber Music Coordinator and Co-Director of Baroque Ensemble.​​

Michael Lewanski

Michael Lewanski
Michael Lewanski is​ the conductor of DePaul ​Concert Orchestra and Ensemble 20+.​

Cliff Colnot

Cliff Colnot
Cliff Colnot is the Director of Orchestral Activities and conductor of the DePaul Symphony Orchestra and DePaul Wind Ensemble.​

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