Choraliers

Choraliers hold candles and sing in a dimmed chapel during the annual Ceremony of Carols performance
 A grouping of Choraliers perfomers on the risers at Hall Auditorium
 The Choraliers pose for an informal photo outside Kumler Chapel, posed to show them running away from formation
 A group of smiling and clapping Choraliers in concert

The Choraliers, William Bausano, conductor, is Miami University’s treble choir. Established in 1908, the ensemble has grown from an informal 25-member society into a premier chorus composed of singers representing majors from every division in the university. The Choraliers have presented world premiere performances of commissioned works by major American composers including Dominick DiOrio Ola Gjeilo, and Joan Szymko. They have traveled regionally and have regularly toured internationally to destinations such as Australia, Austria, Fiji, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, and Scotland.

Auditions

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

For more information, contact William Bausano, bausanwp@miamioh.edu