The Collegium Musicum is a small ensemble dedicated to the performance of Renaissance music.
The Collegium is a group of enthusiasts working in an informal atmosphere to neglected repertory from the "Golden Age" of polyphony. The group works intensively on a small group of pieces each semester, presenting them in one or two concerts at the end of the semester.
The group currently comprises 16 singers (four to a part); we are always keen on hearing new voices. Membership includes students, faculty from other departments, and members of the local community. Although the group is entirely vocal at present, we have worked closely with the Brass Ensemble and recorder groups.
Membership is by audition by appointment with the conductor. The Collegium can be taken for credit (one credit, chamber music elective), which is recommended to all student participants.
The group meets 7-9:30 p.m. Mondays during the semester.
The group is conducted by Daniel Spratlan. Please contact Daniel by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in auditioning, to join the Collegium mailing list, or for details about concert and other event bookings.