Queens College Choir

James John, conductor

The Queens College Choir is a select ensemble of 35-40 music majors, and is the School of Music’s principal undergraduate choral organization. The group engages in a wide variety of performances throughout the academic year, including concerts of a cappella choral music, opera productions, and major works with orchestra. Recognized as one of the finest collegiate choirs in the region, the QC Choir has appeared in many of Manhattan’s prestigious venues, including St. Patrick's Cathedral and Carnegie Hall, and has been invited to perform at the New York State School of Music Association Convention in Rochester, New York, as well as the American Choral Directors Association Eastern Division Conference in Providence, Rhode Island, in February 2012. The ensemble recently recorded Bright Sheng’s Two Folksongs from Qinghai on a forthcoming CD for Naxos.

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