of chamber singers based at the University of Florida is made up mainly of a group of the graduate
and upper undergraduate students studying there who have only been accepted
and extremely wide and varied repertoire which can range from early choral
music to modern day and works from many different cultures and countries.
performances have found them acclaim on a national and international level
and undertaken several tours.
In 1974 there
were 23 members in the ensemble who were led by Willis Bodine
when they gave a performance of “Missa Brevis” by Mozart at the Summer’s Series
later, still under the leadership of Willis Bodine,
they embarked on a mini tour that saw them giving performances in Lake Wales, Orlando and Sarasota and following that with a tour of the
east coast of America including a performance at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.
In 1988, under
the co-direction of Ronald Burrichter, they
performed by request for the White House Staff Celebration. They also appeared on a television
broadcast in Austria at the Linz
In 1995 they
undertook a tour of various cities in France with the University Choir where they
were led by Ronald Burrichter.
In 2003 they
gave a performance to the Florida Choral Directors Association and in 2010
they performed at the Jacare Brazil Chamber
Concert at the Harn Museum of Art.
years they have been led by the conductor Dr. Will Kesling.