The SPU Clarinet Choir is a select group of clarinetists who study and perform music from the rich repertoire of clarinet music. The ensemble performs classical and contemporary works by some of the world's most renowned clarinet composers, from Bach to "Super Mario Brothers" — both on and off campus, including at quarterly concerts.
As a member of Clarinet Choir, you will be immersed in a variety of activities designed to develop technical skills, musicality, knowledge, and performance practices. A comprehensive program of clarinet instruction is designed to meet your individual needs and broaden your musical horizons.
Membership in Clarinet Choir is by audition. If you are a musician who plays the clarinet, you are invited to audition for Clarinet Choir — whether you are a Music major, a Music minor, or a nonmajor. Auditions take place at the beginning of Autumn Quarter (see notices posted in the lobby of Crawford Music Building prior to the beginning of the quarter). A yearlong commitment is expected, and you may take the course an unlimited number of times.
Arts Events at SPU
SPU hosts many arts-related events throughout the year. Pictured above: SPU Theatre Department production of "The Billy Goats Gruff" by John Davies, directed by Don Yanik.