About the Chorale
Founded in 1986, the Stonehill Collegiate Chorale is comprised of Stonehill undergraduates, faculty, staff, and experienced choral singers from the local community. The Chorale is committed to musical excellence, inclusive community, and a positive, affirming environment for singers of all backgrounds.
The Collegiate Chorale performs one major concert at the end of each semester, as well as smaller performances throughout the year, both on campus and in the greater community. The Chorale’s unique repertoire includes a wide variety of choral music from many historical periods and styles, representing a diversity of cultures and experiential perspectives.
Students may enroll in Collegiate Chorale by registering for course number VPM 133 (1 credit per semester). There is no audition requirement for Stonehill students registered for VPM 133. Community singers who are not currently Stonehill undergraduates are invited to participate by scheduling a short voice placement with Professor Krishan Oberoi prior to joining Collegiate Chorale.