School of Music > Community Music > Programs > Adult > Community Chorus
The DePaul Community Chorus presents three concerts each year in the
DePaul University Concert Hall (including one choral masterwork with
full orchestra), is featured in the annual campus-wide Christmas at
DePaul concerts, and also performs at various community events. Major
works performed with full orchestra include Brahms' Requiem, Bruckner's
Mass in D Minor, Faure's Requiem, Haydn's Mass in Time of War, Mendelssohn's
Elijah, Mozart's Requiem and Mass in C Minor, Carl Orff's Carmina
Burana, and Schubert's Mass in E-flat Major. The DePaul Community Chorus
has appeared at Symphony Center, the Merle Reskin Theatre, the Shedd
Aquarium, the Chicago Historical Society, and the Daley Center Plaza
Noontime Concerts Series. Visit depaulcommunitychorus.org for more information.
Auditions will be held for proper section placement. Contact either our conductor, to schedule an audition.
For auditions, we simply want to hear your voice, see what vocal range is comfortable
for you and check out your basic instincts for melody and harmony.
Confident music reading skills and/or prior choral experience is a
plus, but not a hard and fast requirement – especially if you have a
"good ear" for music.