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The Carnegie Mellon Repertory Chorus is one of the two major choral ensembles at Carnegie Mellon University. Membership in the ensemble is open to students in all seven colleges of the university. Auditions are held each semester and the complement of singers is usually around a hundred singers.

The ensemble studies and performs a wide spectrum of choral literature, from the major choral/orchestral works to the more informal folk and contemporary genres. Representative repertoire of the past few seasons include Poulenc’s Gloria, Bruckner’s Mass in E minor,  Haydn’s Creation and Ned Rorem’s An American Oratorio. Members of the ensemble are often cast in the university opera and music theater productions, and many have sung with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Pops Concerts with Marvin Hamlisch.

Role: Choir 
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