Auditions Schedule Fall 2015

Students are strongly encouraged to audition early in the first week of classes. 

The choral audition schedule is posted on the bulletin board by room 307 in the Mahaney Center for the Arts (music department office area). Walk-ins are welcome if time is available.

You may email Professor Buettner to arrange a time outside this schedule if necessary.

Auditions Schedule Fall 2014

Students are strongly encouraged to audition early in the first week of classes. 

The choral audition schedule is posted on the bulletin board by room 307 in the Mahaney Center for the Arts (music department office area). Walk-ins are welcome if time is available.

You may email Professor Buettner to arrange a time outside this schedule if necessary.

April 29 - May 1, 2016

Jeffrey Buettner, Music Director

Friday, April 29

8:00 PM Opening Concert

Robison Concert Hall, Kevin P. Mahaney '84 Center for the Arts

This concert will feature vocal of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, including Monteverdi's Lamento d'Arianna, and music of other master madrigalists, performed by the Middlebury Collegium.

Chichester Psalms
The Chichester Psalms, by Leonard Bernstein

Performance: Sunday, March 7, 2010, Mead Memorial Chapel

Discussion: Thursday, March 4, 2010, Chateau Grand Salon

College Choir performs its spring tour program in campus concert

The College Choir tour program is a collection of exciting, dramatic, though-provoking and fun music for a cappella chorus. Exquisite madrigals by Claudio Monteverdi and Thomas Morely are coupled with the tempestuous and playful French choruses from “The Lark,” by Leonard Bernstein. An ensemble committed to understanding between people of different cultures, College Choir sings sentimental, humorous, spiritual and celebratory music from folk traditions of the Americas, Europe and the Far East. A Spiritual arranged by Middlebury’s Francois Clemmons is prelude to two works by Kirke Mechem, “I Know What the Caged Bird Feels” and “Everyone Sang,” settings of poetry by Paul Lawrence Dunbar and Siegfried Sassoon that capture musically both the pain of persecution and the triumph of freedom.