Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir

Kirkpatrick Choir


Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir, with approximately 50 members, is the most advanced choir at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Its mission: to educate professional musicians through performance. The Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir performs a significant repertory of major choral orchestral masterworks, Baroque music accompanied by period instruments, and important works of the 20th and 21st century. The Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir was approached by the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music to record several CDs of important 20th-century works, including Miriam Gideon’s Sacred Service, which was released as part of the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music’s comprehensive multiyear recording series on Naxos American Classics series. They also have a Naxos release of Samuel Adler’s Five Sephardic Songs.

Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir performing Friede auf Erden by Arnold Schoenberg:

Rutgers Kirkpatrick Choir performing Jerusalem by Kenneth Lampl: