Since 2014, the University Singers have held an international reputation as a premier choral ensemble, known for their variety filled programs, exquisite harmonies and expressive interpretation of text.
The University Singers have performed throughout the United States, with tours in Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Maryland and Washington D.C. Internationally, the University Singers have been routinely featured in top concert series and venues throughout Austria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Italy, Switzerland, South Korea, Canada, Germany, France, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, Spain and Portugal.
While on tour, the Singers have been featured performers and guests of the:
- American Spring Festival (Prague, Czech Republic)
- 20th Anniversary of U.S. and Slovakian Diplomatic Relations (Bratislava, Slovakia)
- U.S. Senate Bible Study (Washington D.C.)
- Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Denver, Colorado)
- U.S. Ambassador Theodore Sedgwick, Rear Admiral Barry Black and NAD President Dan Jackson
During the spring of 2014, the University Singers were featured in the guest choir concert series at the Basilique Notre-Dame in Montréal, Canada, and in the guest choir recital series at Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York City, two of the most prestigious venues in North America.
The University Singers have been invited to perform at the:
- State Capitol rotunda in Austin, Texas
- Historical St. Joseph's Parish in San Antonio, Texas
- Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas (Annually)
In 2015, the University Singers were privileged to work with award-winning Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds, who led a clinic to prepare the Singers for the performance of five of his compositions. His works were performed at St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Plano together with Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. In 2016, the group traveled to South Korea presenting 15 concerts in school, concert hall and church venues throughout the country.
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