TAMU Women's Chorus
The Texas A&M Women's Chorus is a recognized student organization that strives to promote excellence in the fine arts and to encourage cultural expansion at Texas A&M. They also aim to provide entertainment for the campus community, and to enhance the perception of the ensemble at all levels. The choir travels throughout Texas, beyond our state borders, and internationally, and performs a varied repertoire of sacred and secular classical selections. The repertoire ranges from compositions by Mendelssohn, Britten and Whitacre to pop music made famous by Adele and Taylor Swift.
The Texas A&M Women’s Chorus is so much more than just a way to share music for its members. They are a group built on fostering not only musical excellence, but also leadership and sisterhood. They have their own traditions that make them a fun and unique group on campus. They hold numerous social events to encourage ladies to get to know one another, and because of this social aspect many girls create lifelong friendships and have an even better musical experience.
This past May, twenty-three singers traveled to our neighbors in the Great White North! Our ladies toured Quebec, viewing the breathtaking scenery and enjoying the mild summer weather of Canada.
The last time the Women's Chorus went international was in 2003, so we were especially excited to have the opportunity to go again.
Texas Women's Collegiate Choral Festival: November 7th @ UTSA
Holiday Spirit of Aggieland (with Century Singers and the Singing Cadets): December 6th in Reed Arena
MW at 10:20-11:10am
TR at 5:30-6:45pm
Texas A&M Choral Activites office
(Basement of MSC- across from Mac Resource)