Who We Are

The Concordia University Choir is a select ensemble comprised of approximately 50 students from many academic disciplines of the university.The choir performs a wide variety of sacred choral literature ranging from Renaissance motets to the masterworks of the twentieth century. Since the founding of Concordia, Ann Arbor in 1963, the Concordia Choir has maintained a reputation of excellence in choral music and performs regularly both on and off campus.

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What We Perform

The choir performs a wide variety of sacred choral literature ranging from Renaissance motets to the masterworks of the twentieth century. Since the founding of Concordia, Ann Arbor in 1963, the Concordia Choir has maintained a reputation of excellence in choral music and performs regularly both on and off campus.

Our Leadership

Brian L. Altevogt - Director

Where We’ve Toured

The Concordia Choir has performed through the country, presenting performance tours into most regions of the United States.  In 2012, the Concordia Choir presented a performance tour in Germany and Austria.

When We Meet

The Concordia Choir meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:35pm to 5:15pm.

Why You Should Join

The Concordia Choir members are committed to excellence in their preparation and in performance.  Yet, while there is a positive intensity in rehearsals, the Concordia Choir members are some of the most encouraging and supportive students on campus.  If you are an experienced singer and appreciate learning a spectrum of repertoire in a professional setting, you will enjoy singing with the Concordia Choir.

Singing with the Concordia Choir is meaningful to me because it feels like a family, you know everyone and everyone knows you. We all support and encourage one another and it is a great environment to sing in!

Nate, K-12 Music Education
Redford, MI

Being a transfer and commuter student, meeting people was very difficult my first semester. The first day of choir was like a sigh of relief, being around wonderful people who welcomed me in and shared the love and passion I have for music. I now have lifelong friends and a community in choir and cannot imagine my time at Concordia without it. Having the opportunity to sing 2 days out of my busy school week keeps me sane and is revitalizing to my mind. I'm so thankful for the opportunity to be a part of such a wonderful collegiate choir!

Julianne, Family Life Education
Archbold, OH