Choirs at ASU
For more information on participation in any of the following choirs please contact Dr. Beth Robison at email@example.com
The ASU Chamber Choir, directed by Dr. Beth Robison, is open to all ASU students by audition. Chamber Choir is a small ensemble of about twenty-four singers that performs advanced a cappella repertoire ranging from medieval chant to modern works.
The ASU Chamber Choir performs at least twice every semester on campus. Additional performance opportunities include performing at local high schools, touring throughout Colorado and appearances at the Denver Collegiate Choral Festival as well as other festivals and conventions.
Concert Choir is the largest choral ensemble at ASU and is open to all students. It is made up of approximately fifty students from nearly every discipline in the college.
ASU Concert Choir performs at least twice a semester as part of the Music Department's concert series, performing both traditional and contemporary repertoire.
No audition is required.
The university's vocal jazz ensemble, 68 West, performs extensively throughout the San Luis Valley. The ten-member a cappella group, under the direction of Dr. Beth Robison, performs a wide variety of jazz and contemporary styles.
68 West has been featured in performances on campus, for public and private community events and in educational programs at San Luis Valley schools. Membership is by audition only as vacancies occur.
Valley Community Chorus
This ensemble is open to the public and no audition is required. Conducted by Beth Robison, the group meets once a week, providing a musical opportunity for adult and high school singers throughout the region. The Valley Community Chorus performs a variety of larger choral works twice a year.