Directed T.B.A. (with Prof. Peter Eklund as faculty advisor), All-Collegiate Choir is comprised of UNL students as well as singers from the Lincoln area. It rehearses 150 minutes a week (one day a week on Thursday evenings from 7:00 to 9:30) on UNL's City Campus. No audition is required, and non-majors are welcome and encouraged to join. This group performs large-scale works with orchestral, organ, and piano accompaniment, including many popular choral favorites. It also is frequently asked to sing in combination with other choirs on campus and in the community.
In past years, All-Collegiate Choir has sung such works as Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Haydn's Harmoniemesse, Mozart's Requiem and Solemn Vespers, the Bruckner Te Deum, the Poulenc Gloria, Verdi's Requiem, Karl Jenkin's The Armed Man, Pinkham's Christmas Cantata, and several cantatas of Bach, King David of Honegger, Carmina Burana of Carl Orff, Mass settings by Rossini, Dvorák and Kodály, and contemporary works by Britten and Libby Larsen, as well as Mahler's gigantic Symphony No. 2.
For more information, contact the All-Collegiate Choir Director, Matthew Oltman, email@example.com.
Course Number:MUCO 41 / 241 / 441 (Credit Only)
MUDC 241 / 441 (Degree Credit)
MUEN 45N / 845N (Graduate students for credit)
MUNM 241 / 441 (Non-music majors)