UVa Singers

I have the amazing opportunity to start 2017 on a tour with the University Singers. We’re going to be hitting different cities across the US, so I hope that you’ll be able to make it out to one of the shows!

University Singers January 2017 Tour Itinerary
(subject to change)

January 5th – Holy Trinity Anglican Church – Raleigh, NC (100 East Peace Street, Raleigh, NC, 27604)
January 6th – TBA – Nashville, TN
January 7th – TBA – Nashville, TN
January 8th – The Lovett School – Atlanta, GA (4075 Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA, 30327)
January 9th – First United Methodist Church – Gainesville, FL (419 N.E. First Street Gainesville, FL, 32601)
January 10th – *Workshop* Lake Highland Preparatory School – Orlando, FL (901 Highland Ave, Orlando, FL 32803)
January 10th – First United Methodist Church of Orlando, 7:30PM – Orlando, FL (142 East Jackson Street, Orlando, FL)
January 12th – St. John’s Lutheran Church – Charleston, SC (5 Clifford St, Charleston, SC 29401)
January 13th ​- St. George’s Episcopal Church – Fredericksburg, VA (905 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401)

About the University Singers
The University Singers is the University of Virginia’s premier choral ensemble, performing a cappella and accompanied choral literature including major works with orchestra. Founded in 1957, the group became a primarily student ensemble soon after UVa began admitting women in 1970, and celebrated their 50th anniversary with the 2007-2008 season. Recent trips have taken the group to Atlanta, Buffalo, Charlotte, Charleston, Chicago, Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York City, Philadelphia, Virginia Beach, and the National Cathedral in Washington D.C., as well as the campuses of other American universities for collaborative concerts. The group has also been heard on European tours in England, Italy, Belgium, Germany, and Switzerland.

Students in the University Singers come from UVa’s six undergraduate schools, including Arts and Sciences, Education, and Engineering, as well as several of the University’s graduate and professional schools. While approximately 25-30% are music majors, the ensemble is open to any student by audition, and is a for-credit curricular class. Together, members enjoy an esprit de corps that arises from the pursuit of musical excellence, and the camaraderie the singers develop offstage.

For more information: http://music.virginia.edu/usingers