The A-State Concert Choir has long been known in the southern United States for choral excellence. For 33 years under the direction of the late Mr. Alfred R. Skoog, the Male Chorus, Female Chorus and Concert Choir were presented on state and national convention programs, at Lincoln Center and on international tours.
Under the direction of Dr. Dale Miller, Director of Choral Activities from 1997-2018, the choirs made their first appearance in Carnegie Hall in March 2000. The Concert Choir and University Singers have recently sung with professional orchestras from Little Rock, Memphis, New York, and Poland.
All A-State choirs are open to students of all majors by audition.
Concert Choir (MUS 1351-001)
MW: 10:00-10:50 am; TR: 9:30-10:50 am
Open to all students by audition. Select mixed choir of 50 voices. Membership requires concurrent enrollment in University Singers or Chamber Singers. Several concerts are given per semester, as well as local and national tours. May be taken for no credit (MUS 1350).
University Singers - Men's Choir (MUS 1361-001)
MWF: 12:00 – 12:50 pm
Open to all tenor/bass singers by audition. Two night rehearsals and two concerts required per semester. May be taken for no credit (MUS 1360.001).
University Singers - Women's Choir (MUS 1361-002)
TR: 12:30 – 1:50 pm
Open to all treble voice singers by audition. Two night rehearsals and two concerts required per semester. May be taken for no credit (MUS 1360.002).
UNIVERSITY SINGERS - COMMUNITY CHOIR (MUS 3361-004)
M: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Open to all A-State Students by audition appointment. One extra rehearsal and two concerts required per semester. May be taken for no credit (MUS 3360.004).