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Chamber Chorus

Director: Deborah Teske
Packard 136
(719) 227 - 8129
dteske@coloradocollege.edu

Membership is by audition only. Auditions will be held in the first week of block 1, and again in block 5 if there are mid-year openings. Contact Deborah Teske for more information.

Rehearsals: Tuesdays from 4:00-5:30, in Packard Performance Hall. Sectional rehearsals are scheduled as needed. 

The Colorado College Chamber Chorus is a 20-24 voice select vocal ensemble performing music from all historical time periods, and covering a wide range of styles, including Renaissance, baroque, classical, contemporary, music of world folk traditions, and more. The chorus performs a cappella and with instrumental accompaniment, depending upon the demands of the repertoire.

The Chamber Chorus presents two concerts each year, one in each semester. Additional performance opportunities will be considered as opportunities arise, and when scheduling allows. Students registering for Chamber Chorus receive 1/4 credit per semester. 

Four professionally trained singers from the community are engaged to serve as mentors and section leaders, rehearsing and performing with the Chamber Chorus throughout the year. This allows for more consistent progress in rehearsals and for the study of a broader and more challenging repertoire.  

The Chamber Chorus provides students with an opportunity to share the joy of ensemble singing, regardless of their chosen college path, and provides an excellent break from the Block Plan. 

For more information contact Deborah Teske

Listen to the Chamber Chorus' Spring 2021 concert performance.
View the program.

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Chamber Chorus Musical Offerings

A curated playlist of music for choir, presented weekly by the Colorado College Chamber Chorus.


Tune in each Friday for a new installment in our series of Musical Offerings:

Friday, April 10

Friday, April 17

Friday, May 1

Friday, May 8

Friday, May 15


I love to hear a choir. I love the humanity...to see the faces of people devoting themselves to a piece of music. I like the teamwork. It makes me feel optimistic about the human race.
-Paul McCartney

While there is no substitute for the in-person, human connections making music together provides to us as choral singers, we are seeking to share solace, encouragement, and a sense of community in these challenging times.