Audition sign-ups are now live for the Marquette University Liturgical Choir. The choir is a 40-to-60-member choral ensemble through the Office of Campus Ministry and the Department of Performing Arts.
This ensemble can be taken as a one credit or zero credit course. The choir’s mission is to serve the liturgy by promoting congregational participation and fostering prayer among the faithful. The choir is devoted to the study, rehearsal and singing of choral literature from all periods, styles and cultures in the context of the Roman Catholic Liturgical tradition.
Liturgical Choir provides music for the Sunday 6 p.m. Liturgies at the Church of the Gesu as well as all-university Liturgies. The choir embodies and exemplifies the four components of the university’s mission: that of faith, leadership, excellence and service. In addition, the Liturgical Choir is a faith community: students support one another and grow in faith together.
Membership is by audition and is open to undergraduate and graduate students of any faith tradition.