SSU Symphonic Chorus
The SSU Symphonic Chorus (formerly University Chorus) is a large group comprised of music majors, students from other majors, staff, faculty and members of the community.
Symphonic Chorus rehearses on Monday evenings from 7-9:40 p.m. Singers must pass a simple audition to enter the group, but sight-singing skills are not required.
Numbering over 80 singers under the direction of Dr. Jenny Bent, the Symphonic Chorus presents two-to-three major concerts each semester, performing large works such as the Mozart Requiem and Orff's Carmina Burana, as well as thematic projects including Music of Latin America and The Long Road to Freedom.
Beginning with a special Sunrise Choral concert during the Green Music Center’s 2012 grand opening weekend, the Symphonic Chorus has made its permanent home in the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall at Sonoma State University.
Contact: Dr. Jenny Bent, Director of Choral Activities, firstname.lastname@example.org
SSU Symphonic Chorus Audition Results
Thank you all who auditioned!
The first rehearsal will be Monday, September 9th at 7pm in GMC 1028
Symphonic Chorus Fall 2013
Mozart Requiem Soloists
Soprano: Christa Durand
Mezzo: Sadie Sonntag
Tenor: Marc Rudlin
Bass: Ralph Avalon
(updated August 29)
Joanna M. Butler
Diane Pamela Wright
L. Peter Deutsch
Robert L. Givens, Jr
Brian S. Wilson