University Choir

The Luxembourg University Choir is a blend of energetic voices sharing harmonies that inspire the Luxembourg community.

Led by Julia Pruy, a professional music director and coached by Philippe Partridge, a professional vocal trainer, the choir is blossoming into a group notable for its willingness to perform various arrangements, in a diverse set of musical genres. Along with smaller performances scattered throughout the year, they culminate each academic term (Christmas resp. Summer Concert) with a range of performances showcasing their complete selection of works (classical to contemporary).

The choir is also a place to broaden musical horizons, many as composers and conductors as well as singers, and provides a wonderful opportunity to meet other gifted musicians. The goal of the University Chorus is to provide our singers and our audiences with a stimulating musical experience

Membership in the Chorus is open to all musicians in the campus community: undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff, community members. Previous singing experience and / or some sight reading skills are recommended. Acceptance into the chorus is by audition! Please feel welcome and sing along with us!

_

Winter Concert project:

 

 

 

 

 

Sunrise Mass

by Ola Gjeilo

The Choir of the University of Luxembourg, the Chamber Choir Pro musica of the University of Vilnius and the New Ideas Chamber Orchestra will be conducted by Rasa Gelgotiene, Music Director of the University of Vilnius assisted by Philippe Partridge, Vocal Coach of the University of Luxembourg.

For further information please download the project leaflet below ...

 

P.S.: Julia Pruy will have a sabbatical semester until Spring 2017!

_

Rehearsals:

  • When: Tuesdays 7:00-9:30pm 
  • Where: Campus Limpertsberg / BCE / 1st floor / Hall du Rectorat

_

UL Choir goes ... facebook

_

Video:

_

Audio:  CD - Best of 5 / Finest selection

_

 'Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.'
Plato

_

For further information: espace cultures

_