The University Campus Choir was established at UCLA 31 years ago to offer a high-quality choral ensemble experience, which is fun and community based, to staff, faculty, students and friends from the Westside community.
Their upcoming season will include a Holiday Concert with works by Buxtehude and Telemann as well as wonderful arrangements of seasonal carols, a “pops” fundraiser celebrating St. Patrickʼs Day, and Brahmʼs “Requiem” for our June program. The choir is sponsored in part by the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
Since its creation, the choir has attracted an eclectic group — from college-age students to senior citizens — who share a love of singing and performing. Every Monday evening, 35-40 members gather at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Westwood (580 Hilgard Ave. at Westholme) to blend their voices in tribute to the old masters such as Bach, Vivaldi and Mozart, and to more contemporary composers such as Eric Whitacre, Andrew Rose and Ned Rorem. They are looking for singers who have a good ear and can find their way around a page of choral music, have at least some choral experience (school, church, temple or community) and perhaps other musical training (instrumental or vocal lessons, or other music classes).
If you are interested in joining the choir please visit: http://www.universitycampuschoir.org/index.html