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Choral

The University of Oklahoma provides a nurturing environment for all styles of choral music, guided by its dedicated faculty.  For more information about our program or our fine variety of vocal ensembles, please contact us at SING@ou.edu.

OU offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in choral conducting,  choral conducting with church music emphasis, and music education. Students in the OU choral program enjoy a comprehensive educational curriculum that prepares them, through mastery of teaching, score study, musicianship and research, for a rewarding career in music. Students benefit from the extensive on campus performing conducting experiences, international study and the research of OU’s nationally-recognized music faculty. These award-winning faculty/musicians help students to develop into reflective teachers by linking applied research with practice through a variety of hands-on experiences. Upon completion of the program, OU choral students are in high demand for employment and have historically been recognized as successful, award-winning teachers.


Men's Glee Club Reunion

The 2017 OU Men's Glee Club Reunion will take place on Saturday, February 25 starting at noon in Wagner Hall, Room 135. The day will begin with a luncheon where Associate Director of Choral Activities, Dr. David Howard, will share history of the OU Men's Glee Club in addition to talking about the current activities of the choir. Following the luncheon, alumni will join the 2016 - 2017 OU Men's Glee Club in a rehearsal before joining them on-stage that night during their 8:00 p.m. concert in Sharp Concert Hall. Dress for the day will be business professional.

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Choral Degrees

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OU offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in choral conducting,  choral conducting with church music emphasis, and music education.  Students in the OU choral program enjoy a comprehensive educational curriculum that prepares them, through mastery of teaching, score study, musicianship and research, for a rewarding career in music. Students benefit from the extensive on campus performing conducting experiences,  international study and the research of OU’s nationally-recognized music faculty. These award-winning faculty/musicians help students to develop into reflective teachers by linking applied research with practice through a variety of hands-on experiences. Upon completion of the program, OU choral students are in high demand for employment and have historically been recognized as successful, award-winning teachers.

 

Women's Leadership Workshop

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The Women’s Choral Leadership Workshop is designed to empower female singers (primarily sophomores and juniors) to be leaders in their choirs. The number of participants from each school is limited to a balanced octet (SSSSAAAA) or quartet (SSAA) of section leaders or future section leaders. The goal of the WCLW is to equip and motivate young ladies to grow as musicians, develop as singers, and blossom as choral artists.

 

Carmina Burana Flash Mob!


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