RIT Singers

Overview

The RIT Singers is an experiential-learning course in which students learn music theory and historical context by learning pieces from the 16th century to the present and performing them at three major concerts a year. Participation in learning and performing such music gives students an experiential appreciation and understanding of the role of music in modern society. In addition, students from the RIT Singers have opportunities to sing in a variety of small vocal ensembles.

Rehearsals

Rehearsals

Tuesdays and Thursdays
2:00 - 3:15 p.m
Allen Chapel, Schmitt Interfaith Center

Credit

Enroll in RIT Singers via FNRT-250 or students can join without registering upon receiving permission from the director.. Contact Thatcher Lyman for enrollment details.

FNRT-250
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The RIT Singers is an experiential-learning course in which students learn music theory and historical context by learning pieces from the 16th century to the present and performing them at three major concerts a year. Participation in learning and performing such music gives students an experiential appreciation and understanding of the role of music in modern society. In addition, students from the RIT Singers have opportunities to sing in a variety of small vocal ensembles. Auditions will be held to assess proper placement. Contact instructor for more information.

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Contact

Thatcher Lyman
Thatcher Lyman
Director of RIT Singers