Ryan Malone, conductor
The Bucknell University Concert Chorale is a mixed chorus of students from various fields of study at Bucknell. Formed in 1964 by Allen Flock, the Chorale presents annual programs of secular and sacred music.
In addition to its public concerts on campus, the ensemble has traveled extensively, presenting concerts from Canada to Florida, including distinguished venues such as St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City and the Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center.
In recent years, the ensemble has distinguished itself by singing with the Washington National Symphony Orchestra, the Chorale of Simon Bolivar of Caracas, Venezuela, the Pennsylvania Ballet, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and for the Music Educators' National Conference in Atlantic City.
Information about the Concert Chorale
A Select Group:
75 singers, selected by audition
Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00-6:15 p.m.
Choral Rehearsal Room
Weis Center for the Performing Arts
Concert Dress Required:
Men - Black tuxedos (must be purchased upon acceptance into the ensemble)
Women - White blouse, long black gown (provided upon acceptance into the ensemble)