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Women's Chorus

The ASU Women's Chorus celebrates the power of the woman's voice, performing the extensive repertory for treble voices from ancient to modern music. The choir sings both a cappella and with piano or other instrumental accompaniment. Recent performances have included highly acclaimed appearances in the Arizona Ballet’s production of "A Midsummer Night’s Dream." The Women's Chorus generally performs two major concerts each semester, both on its own and in combination with other ASU choral ensembles to present larger works.

Participation is open to the entire university community, with membership from non-music majors especially encouraged.

The Choral Program in the ASU School of Music offers ensembles for singers at a variety of skill levels and welcomes all ASU students, faculty, staff and community members into its various choirs. You do not have to be a music major to sing in an ASU choral ensemble. Learn more about our Choral Program.

Community members are welcome to join!

Community Member Dues 


Course Credit: 

Undergraduate: MUP 457 Women's Chorus
Graduate: MUP 557 Women's Chorus
1 or 2 credits

Community Member Dues

Choir Dress Dues



Mondays and Wednesdays
4:30–5:45 p.m.
Gammage 301



Audition Information

Audition Information: 

All members must audition.

Audition Date: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 and Monday, August 21, 2017

Schedule an Audition: To arrange a time, email Eun-Mi Oh. We will begin scheduling auditions for all groups around August 1.

Audition-Day Instructions: Plan to arrive to your audition a few minutes early. Make sure that you have warmed up before your audition and have a copy of your prepared piece (if required for your ensemble).

Audition Requirements: 

You will be asked to vocalize and match pitch. You will also be asked to sing a familiar melody, such as "My Country 'Tis of Thee" or "America, the Beautiful" or another melody you have prepared. You may be asked to sight-sing.