Chamber Singers may refer to:
- a choir
- H-B Woodlawn Chamber Singers
Other articles related to "chamber singers, chamber, singers":
... The DOHS Choirs consist of the following ensembles Chamber Singers, Bella Voce, Concert Choir, Women's Glee and numerous after school A-Capella groups ... Polutnik, the Desert Oasis Chamber Singers have received "Superior" ratings at all local and regional festivals ... In March 2012, Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Bella Voce, and Women's Glee all received "Superior" ratings at the CCSD Choral Festivals ...
... of the H-B Woodlawn Music Department (2000–2008), the H-B Woodlawn Chamber Singers are based at H-B Woodlawn Program in Arlington, Virginia and have become well-known throughout the Washington, D.C ... In 2002, the Chamber Singers performed at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. ... In the Fall of 2004, the Chamber Singers were invited to sing at the Virginia Music Educator's Association Convention in Norfolk, Virginia ...
... Chamber Singers - Chamber Singers is a selective mixed choir which focuses mostly on classical choral music, but also performs some contemporary pieces ... Each year Chamber Singers is invited to participate in the CU madrigal festival ... Cantible - An after-school chamber choir that takes place after the musical closes ...
... The West choral program consists of audition choirs (Chansons, Concert Choir and West Singers), a combined choir of Concert Choir and West Singers known as Symphonic Choir, a freshman choir (Vocal Workshop ... The vocal group West Singers has been invited to sing at many ACDA National Conventions and often have the most amount of students get into All State, All Eastern and All National Chorus.They ... Best of High School A Cappella - Men of Note Best of High School A Cappella 2006 CD - West Singers 14 Superior Ratings - All Choirs 3 Perfect Scores - West ...
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