The UCLA Chorale, a 110 voiced mixed-choir, is open to all students at UCLA. Each year the Chorale sings in a variety of languages and in a full range of styles. The rehearsal process for this ensemble develops general musicianship and provides training in choral singing while achieving high standards as a performing group. The group routinely combines with the Chamber Singers to present choral-orchestral works with UCLA Philharmonia in the historic venue, Royce Hall.
Activity: Four hours.
May be repeated for credit without limitation.
P/NP or letter grading.
Monday & Wednesday
5:15 – 6:50 p.m.
Choral room, 1325 Schoenberg Music Building.
UCLA Chorale is a 2 unit course, listed on URSA at both the undergraduate and graduate level
Undergraduate: Music C185A, Act I
Graduate: Music C480A, Act I
Dr. James K. Bass, three-time GRAMMY®-nominated singer and conductor, is the Director of Choral Studies in the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA and the Associate Conductor for the professional choir Seraphic Fire. He was previously on the faculty at Western Michigan University and the University of South Florida in Tampa and served as the Artistic Director of the Master Chorale of Tampa Bay: the official chorus of the Florida Orchestra. Bass received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Miami–Florida, where he was a doctoral fellow, Master of Music and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of South Florida and is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy.