GT Chamber Choir

Sunday April 18, 2021 2:00 pm

Georgia Tech Chamber Choir
Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series | Live Music
Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 2 p.m.

The Chamber Choir is Georgia Tech’s premiere mixed vocal ensemble. Founded in 1998, the choir has established itself as one of the foremost college vocal ensembles in the Southern United States. Singers are selected through audition, and the Chamber Choir attracts the finest choral musicians on the Tech campus. Its members are principally all-state-level singers who have extensive background and experience in ensemble singing. The Chamber Choir performs challenging literature with a special emphasis on Baroque, and modern works. The GT Chamber Choir was recently featured with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, New Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Atlanta Opera, and Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. The Chamber Choir also recently won the top prize in the First Annual Conference of Music and Architecture at the University of Texas-Austin. The Chamber Choir was recently featured at the College Music Society National Conference and served as the chorus in the Atlanta Ballet production of Mozart’s Magic Flute.

Jerry A. Ulrich is Director of Choral Activities at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he directs the Chamber Choir and the Georgia Tech Glee Club. Mr. Ulrich came to Atlanta from LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (the Fame school) in New York City. His choirs have been featured in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Barclay’s Center, Madison Square Garden, and on national and international television and radio. Mr. Ulrich’s prior teaching experience includes university positions in Ohio and New York. During 1990-1991 he was Visiting Fulbright Professor of Music at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) in Glasgow; recently ranked sixth in the world of performing arts education. His early training included four years singing with legendary choral conductor Robert Shaw in the Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Chamber Chorus.

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50 men and women stand in three rows on risers so they are all visible. The men wear black suits and the women wear long black dresses. Behind and above them is visible a large sheet of music which seems to be for the organist.