The master of music offers concentrations in choral conducting and voice performance.
Departmental ensembles have achieved local, national and international recognition through performances with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet, and the Atlanta Opera. GSU Choirs have made appearances at divisional and national conferences of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), the National Collegiate Choral Organization (NCCO) and the Georgia Music Educator’s Association (GMEA).
The Georgia State University Choirs have hosted residencies with GRAMMY Award-Winning artists and ensembles including Eric Whitacre and with vocal ensemble, Roomful of Teeth and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Caroline Shaw.
In addition to the Bachelor of Music in choral music education, voice performance, music technology, and music management, the School of Music is proud to offer the Master of Music degree in choral conducting. The conducting students benefit from an energetic choral faculty, an abundance of podium time with multiple choirs and ample performance opportunities. Scholarships are available for undergraduate students. Graduate assistantships that include stipends and full or partial tuition remission are available for choral and vocal students.
GSU CHORAL ENSEMBLES FOR SPRING 2021
Due to the potential risks associated with ensemble singing in light of COVID19, the GSU choral ensembles will operate in a virtual format.
• University Singers (MUS 1080A/3080A/7080A) – Deanna Joseph, conductor
• Choral Union (MUS 1081/3081/7081) – Jennifer Sengin, conductor
• Women’s Chorus* (MUS 1082/3082/7082) – Jennifer Sengin, conductor
Georgia State Choral Department
Carmina Burana with the
Atlanta Ballet Promo
The Walking Dead episode featuring singers from the Georgia State choral program