Middlebury College Community Chorus

A vibrant, inspiring, and supportive opportunity for singing at Middlebury.

Students, alumni, staff, faculty, and community members join together to sing a broad repertoire spanning historical and contemporary genres, as well as newly-composed choral music. Rehearsals take place roughly according to the college semester schedule, culminating in performances at the end of each semester.

Students have commented that the Community Chorus provides a place to sing, to explore music together, and to make life-long friends with others from on- and off-campus. 

“I am so happy I decided to take choir. I would definitely recommend it! Singing allows students to decompress and re-contextualize their collegiate lives… I learned about the collaboration, patience, and self-awareness that is required to make collective art… I’ve learned how to read music, to work as part of a team, to train my own voice to fit a part, to take care of myself so that I can sing, and to value having friends in the community.”

Past Performances

Fall 2023 Concert

Rise, Shine! - Spring 2022

United for Ukraine - Spring 2022

More performances

Meeting Times

Spring and Fall Semester
Sunday and Wednesday, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society, Middlebury; also occasionally at Middlebury College.


New singers are always welcome! The Chorus is open without audition to all college students, adults, and high school students who love to sing. If you are interested in joining us for a rehearsal, please contact conductor Ronnie Romano at rromano@middlebury.edu. An appointment to meet with Ronnie Romano is recommended, but an audition is not required in order to sing with the Chorus. Note to College students: Community Chorus is an extra-curricular activity that does not confer course credit. 


For further information about the Community Chorus, email Ronnie Romano at rromano@middlebury.edu.

Current Members

Please click here for a resource site that includes rehearsal information and notes.