University Treble Choir
Director of Choral Activities, Professor Timothy Fitzpatrick
Conductor, Choral Music Education, Dr. Angela Broeker
The University Treble Choir is a large ensemble that performs music for soprano and alto voices. Consisting of a combination of music majors, minors and non-majors, this ensemble is open to all university students. In addition to performing as a choir, the University Treble Choir also perform pieces for mixed choirs with the University Tenor/Bass Choir.
Students may enroll in this ensemble during any quarter at WWU. The ensemble meets Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:00 - 2:50 pm in the Performing Arts Center. Credits are repeatable and may be used towards electives and total graduation requirements.
Singers who would like to perform in this ensemble are given a simple vocal diagnostic, used to determine placement in choir. Vocal Diagnostics will be given during the first day of class or by arrangement. The vocal diagnostic includes a simple range test and providing information about your choral/vocal background. Please visit our Ensemble Auditions page for more detailed information.