All SDSU students are welcome to sing with the SDSU Choirs, regardless of major.
SDSU has 3 choral ensembles:
- Treble Choir
- Chamber Choir
If you would like to sing with the SDSU Choirs:
Please contact Dr. Arian Khaefi, director of choral studies, with any questions
“University Chorus” MUSIC 170/370/570, 1 Unit
Days/Times: Tuesday Thursday 12:30PM to 1:45PM
U-Chorus is an introductory-level ensemble that provides students the opportunity to make friends singing in an engaging and comfortable social setting. Students in U-Chorus learn how to use their voices to sing with breath support, read music, and work with a conductor. U-Chorus performs concerts on and off-campus, collaborates with colleges and high schools to perform outreach concerts and holds social events throughout the year.
“Concert Choir” MUSIC 185/385/585, 1 Unit
Days/Times: Monday Wednesday Friday 1:00PM to 1:50PM
Treble Choir is an SSAA ensemble that performs diverse, eclectic, and exciting music from every genre, with or without accompaniment. Open to all singers who identify as a soprano or alto, this choir performs concerts on and off-campus, collaborates with colleges and high schools to perform outreach concerts and holds social events throughout the year.
“Chamber Singers” MUSIC 186/386/586, 1 Unit
Days/Times: Monday Friday 2:00PM to 2:50PM Tuesday Thursday 2:00PM to 3:15PM
Chamber Choir is an advanced mixed-voice ensemble that performs 6-8 concerts annually. Programming is thoughtfully constructed each semester to encompass a diverse array of languages, styles, and time periods, including major works with symphony orchestra and other collaborative partners. The ensemble frequently collaborates with living composers, commissions new works, and hosts celebrated guest artists, clinicians, and conductors from around the world. Chamber Choir alumni currently teach throughout the state, and sing with professional companies including San Diego Opera, Bach Collegium San Diego, San Diego Master Chorale, Sacra/Profana, and San Diego Pro Arte Voices. The ensemble tours both nationally and internationally, and performs at regional conferences curated by CMEA, and ACDA. Alumni have gone on to continue their studies in the nation’s finest graduate programs in music education, choral conducting and vocal performance.