Concert Choir

An auditioned choir of 50 voices, the Concert Choir is the longest standing ensemble at Tabor College. It is frequently selected for performance at the Kansas Music Educators Association annual convention, and enjoys a ten-day tour each spring in addition to two on-campus and numerous off-campus performances.

 

 

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Concerto Bella Vocea collection of beautiful voicesis an auditioned women’s choir that focuses on the unique literature for treble voices. It also enjoys an annual spring tour and on-campus concerts, and is a frequent performer around the state in churches.

Oratorio Chorus

Messiah Performance by Tabor's Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra in December, 2014Oratorio Chorus is comprised of all ensembles, performing twice each year with orchestra. A most anticipated event is the annual performance of Handel’s “Messiah” performed the first Sunday in December. Alumni, faculty and students rehearse together to make this concert memorable each year.

 

Chamber Voices

Chamber Voices

Comprised of 10-12 voices, Chamber Voices is auditioned from the current ensembles. A highly-skilled ensemble, Chamber Voices performs music from madrigals to jazz styles, for churches and schools.

 

Videos of Past Performances

 

Performing Arts Scholarship & Audition Guidelines

Complete the online Music Scholarship Application Form

Download the Music Scholarship Application Form

Choral-Vocal Music Faculty

Brad Vogel

Bradley Vogel, D.M.A.

Professor of Music, Director of Choral Activities, Chair, Department of Music and Division of Performing & Visual Arts