Chamber Singers

Chamber Singers pose near a gazebo in the fall of 2016
 Fisheye view of the chamber singers onstage at Hall Auditorium, including conductor and accompanist
 A closeup of a Chamber Singers male performer
 Chamber singers onstage at Hall Auditorium

The Chamber Singers, conducted by Jeremy Jones, is Miami University's chamber choir. The ensemble performs a wide range of choral repertoire from the Renaissance era to the contemporary. In addition to their performances on campus, the Chamber Singers have compiled a distinguished record of invited performances at state, divisional and national conferences of MENC and divisional conferences of ACDA and have toured throughout the Midwest where they have established a reputation of excellence in performance.

The Chamber Singers have participated in international tours in Europe and South America. They have collaborated with professional organizations such as the San Antonio Vocal Arts Ensemble and the American Spiritual Ensemble. Recent commissions include the 2010 world premiere of a work by Adolphus Hailstork that was commissioned by Miami University in celebration of the university's bicentennial, and, in 2013, a work by Italian composer, Corrado Margutti.


During the first week of classes, ensemble members are at informational tables located in the Armstrong Student Center to sign students up for audition times and to answer questions about the ensembles.

For more information, contact director Jeremy Jones,

Invited Performances

Performance in Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption

Performance in Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption