The University of St. Thomas


UST Choirs

UST Choirs

UST Choirs

With over 250 singers enrolled, the University of St. Thomas choral program offers five choirs for academic credit. The Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Liturgical Choir, Women's Choir, Schola Cantorum and Jazz Singers have extensive performance and tour schedules as they share music of all genres, historical periods and cultures with audience members around the globe. Highlights of each academic year included fall concerts and Christmas concerts at Orchestra Hall in downtown Minneapolis as well as a spring performance
of a major choral/instrumental masterwork with professional orchestral musicians from the Twin Cities.

In recent years, the UST choirs have performed at the 2011 National ACDA convention, the 2009 Minnesota Collegiate Choral Festival, the 2008 North Central ACDA convention, the MN-ACDA convention in 2004, and MMEA conventions in 2007 and 2001. Recent international tours include travel to Greece, Central Europe, Ireland, Spain and several trips to Italy, a destination that included singing for Christmas Eve Mass at the Vatican. In all their endeavors, UST choir members work to understand deeply the music they sing and the cultures from which it comes. They perform this repertoire with the highest artistic standards, and they find great joy in doing so!

Choir Descriptions

Frequently Asked Questions

Meet the Conductors

Chamber Singers is conducted by Dr. Angela Broeker.

Concert Choir is conducted by Dr. Angela Broeker.

Jazz Singers is conducted by Mr. Denis Allaire.

Liturgical Choir is conducted by Mr. Aaron Brown.

Schola Cantorum is conducted by Mr. Aaron Brown.

Women's Choir is conducted by Mr. Robert Vickery.