University Chorale: Spring Concert
Conductors Cindy Bauchspies and Allan Laino
The University of Maryland Chorale is a vital component in the UMD School of Music’s choral program and a popular ensemble on campus. This 50-voice ensemble comprises students from the UMD School of Music and across the University, chosen by audition each semester.
The University Chorale performs with the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra, and has collaborated with the National Symphony Orchestra in performing works such as performances of Bach St. Matthew Passion with the renowned conductor Helmuth Rilling and Handel’s Messiah with Emil de Cou and Paul Goodwin.
The spring concert will feature an array of music that gives full expression to the choral repertoire.