UBC University Singers and Choral Union


UBC University Singers and Choral Union


Graeme Langager – Director

University Singers is the premier choral ensemble in the UBC School of Music. This 36-voice select ensemble performs the most advanced music written for chamber choir spanning the Renaissance to the modern-day. The University Singers also performs major works with the orchestra, including Brahms Requiem, Beethoven Symphony No. 9, Handel Messiah, and many others.The choir has won several awards, including the CBC National Choral Competition and the BBC International Choral Competition, and has toured through Europe and North America.

Choral Union is UBC's largest and most potent choral ensemble. Comprised of 120 singers, Choral Union performs significant works from the greatest composers of choral music spanning the past five centuries. Choral Union has performed Mozart Requiem, Dvořák Stabat Mater, and Orff Carmina Burana in recent years. The choir is comprised of both music majors and non-music majors.