College Community Chorus April 2 2023

World Premiere!

Dmytro Malyi: Salve Regina (2022)

Middlebury College Community Chorus

Jeffrey Buettner, conductor 

Ronnie Romano ‘20, pianist

Eleanor Mayerfeld ‘19.5, soprano

Tevan Goldberg ‘18, baritone

April 2, 2023, Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society, Middlebury, Vermont

With extremely limited rehearsal time, the Chorus and all involved finally performed this premiere following cancellation of the December concert.

Follow this link for video of the premiere, and program information!


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

Students, alumni, staff, faculty, and community members join together to sing a broad selection of repertoire spanning historical and contemporary chorus 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.

Tuesday 6:30-8:30 PM College Chapel (on hold)



Temporary Hiatus

The College Community Chorus is on temporary hiatus from our regular rehearsal schedule in spring 2023.

We hope to update this page with plans for singing gatherings in the coming months!

Check this page for announcements of Summer Sing(s) and fall schedule.

New singers are welcome! Audition is not required.

Admission to the Chorus is presently paused, but we hope to share updates to spring Planning soon!

The Chorus is open without audition to all college students, adults, and high school students who love to sing. Please contact Jeff Buettner at if you are interested in singing, or you are welcome to join us for a rehearsal. An appointment to meet with Professor Buettner is recommended, but an audition is not required in order to sing with the Chorus. 

The Chorus Experience

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.”

Note: Middlebury College students may optionally take Chorus for credit over two semesters as a fifth course, MUSC0205C. You must register in the second semester, by instructor approval. Along with singing in rehearsal and performance, the credit includes listening and writing assignments that vary by semester. 


Email Jeff Buettner at for more information, or join a rehearsal.

Fall Concert December 4, 3:00 PM, Robison Concert Hall

We apologize that this concert has been postponed until further notice!

The program includes

Salve Regina by Ukrainian composer Dmytro Malyi 

World Premiere, commissioned in 2022

Requiem by Gabriel Fauré

Eleanor Mayerfeld ‘19.5, soprano

Tevan Goldberg ‘18, baritone

The concert is free and open to the public.