Choral & Vocal Studies.
The Music Department is home to a dynamic Choral & Vocal Studies program, providing students, faculty, staff, and community members with a variety of opportunities to sing at Drew:
Students also have the option of taking voice lessons with one of our several private instructors. A fee will be assessed for all students enrolled in private instruction. See our Private Lessons page for more information on registering for private instruction.
In order to determine the best fit for each student, each new singer will be assessed at the beginning of their first semester of voice study in our program. The purpose of this assessment is to get to know you and determine how we can craft the best vocal and choral experience for you at Drew. You do not need to prepare anything in advance for the assessment.
Ensembles and private lessons are courses, which means that all undergraduate students must register for the appropriate course in order to participate. Variable credit options are offered, including zero credit, to provide students with the flexibility to fit ensembles or lessons into their schedules without causing credit overloads. Expectations for attendance and participation apply to all participants, regardless of the number of credits for which they are registered.
Students involved in vocal and choral activities at Drew have several opportunities to perform in our world-class Concert Hall: