Edward Maclary, Director of Choral Activities
Lauri Johnson, Choral Administrator
If you love to sing, we have an ensemble for you! Choral members come from all parts of the University — undergraduate and graduate students, music majors and non-music majors. All ensembles are available for credit.
Fall 2018 Auditions: Fri, Aug 24 - Mon, Aug 27
Please bring a prepared song in any language. An accompanist is provided. Vocal range and musical skills will be tested. After a successful audition, singers may register for 1 credit in the selected group (except where noted). Music from all periods and styles is available through a variety of ensembles.
UMD Chamber Singers is the School of Music's most select choral ensemble, specializing in music from Renaissance, Baroque, and contemporary eras. More>>
University Chorale is a mixed ensemble of 50 voices singing music from all periods. More>>
UMD Treble Choir performs exciting literature for soprano and alto voices. More>>
UMD Men's Chorus is the popular ensemble for men's voices; repertoire spans classical to contemporary. More>>
Maryland Opera Chorus is offered in those semesters when an opera production requires a substantial chorus. More>>
UMD Concert Choir is the symphonic choir of the School of Music and frequently collaborates with the National Symphony Orchestra and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. More>>
UMD Summer Chorus is an opportunity for students and community members to sing masterworks. More>>
Choral Conducting Program
The Choral Conducting Program at the University of Maryland School of Music is one of the most prestigious and selective in the country. It offers both the Master of Music and the Doctor of Musical Arts degrees. Graduates of the program are teaching in colleges and universities, and conducting professionally throughout the United States. More>>
Bach Cantata Series
The Bach Cantata Series is dedicated to exploring the more than 200 extant cantatas by the great master through informal performances by students and friends of the UMD Choral Activities. Join us in the Clarice Smith Center's Grand Pavilion to experience this unique tradition.