Music Department Ensembles and Musical Theater
The Music Department offers many ensemble performance opportunities, including
College Choir members Fall 2010
Tori Anderson '13
Kelsey Calhoun '12
Suzanne Calhoun '14
Carla Cevasco '11
Katie Dunleavy '12
Alix Kaye '12.5
Kelsey Lee '14
Melinda Marquis '11
Kaelin Stone '14
Amelia Furlong '14
Juliana Kay '13
Emily Jacke '12.5
Anika James '11
Danielle Kruse '11
Amelia Linsky '13
Leah Nagel '12
Nike Power '14
Ellen Sherwood '12
Previous Seasons of the Middlebury College Choir
Spring Term 2013 Ensemble Performances
Senior Week Choral Concert, featuring Middlebury College Choir, Jeff Buettner, Director
Friday, May 24, 8 pm, MCA Concert Hall
Martin Luther King Choir
Director, Community Choir
Director of Choral Activities
Associate Professor of Music
Women's Glee Club
Women's Glee Club sings a cappella and accompanied music of many genres including popular, world music, folk, classical and new music. Come join us! Glee rehearsals are Monday and Wednesday, 7:00-8:30 PM in Mead Chapel. Glee performs in music department choral concerts and for Middlebury area community outreach events each semester. For more information contact Jeff Buettner, conductor at firstname.lastname@example.org or x5938.
College Community Chorus
Voices from the College and local communities singing together
Spring rehearsals begin Sunday, February 10!!
This spring, we explore delightful music by Antonio Vivaldi; American composer Emma Lou Diemer's settings of Shakespeare texts; selected works with rich choral sounds by award-winning American composer Morten Lauridsen; and an energetic arrangement of traditional texts entitled Sing a New Song.
Middlebury College offers auditioned and non-auditioned vocal ensembles and exciting performance opportunities every semester.
The College Choir embarked on a highly successful tour of Connecticut, Boston and New York City over spring break, April 21-26, 2009. The tour included concerts at the phenomenal Trinity Church in the City of Boston, St. Michael's Church on 99th Street in Manhattan, and the New York Society for Ethical Culture on Central Park. The choir sang contemporary choral music, madrigals, and folk music, and a short choral drama featured several Middlebury student soloists.
One of the ways that town and gown come together in Middlebury is through the 100-member College Community Chorus, headed up by Jeff Rehbach, who works in LIS. On Tuesday and Sunday evenings during the fall and spring semesters, a couple of dozen students -- some who love singing, others singing in a choir for the first time -- join folks from throughout the greater Addison County area (including College staff and alumni) to share in the experience of making music together.