Brigham Young University-Idaho is committed to a tradition of excellence in the performing arts. This commitment is embodied in the outstanding talent and versatility of the Collegiate Singers, one of the university's top vocal groups.
With a repertoire that includes profound choral classics, challenging contemporary literature, folk songs, spirituals from many lands, and a generous dash of humor, the Collegiate Singers present a program that is sure to uplift and entertain audiences wherever they go.
Collegiate Singers is a group of about 50 vocalists who perform to the highest of musical standards. Since 2009, the Collegiate Singers have toured Alaska, provided the Opera Chorus for BYU-Idaho's production of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, and performed in the BYU-Idaho Music Department's productions of both Duruflé's Requiem and Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem. The group also appeared on Music and the Spoken Word as a featured guest artist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and maintained a rigerous concert schedule on campus in Rexburg Idaho. Most recently, in 2011, the choir toured the Northern Midwest for two weeks. Their concert, The Spark of Creation, was performed in Wyoming, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska, Illinios, and Minnesota.
BYU-Idaho and the Collegiate Singers is committed to service and education through music and welcomes opportunities for educational outreach and community service. The choir also presents a program of sacred fireside music and the spoken word suitable for congregations of many faiths.