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Contact

  • Music Office

    • Michaela Tauscher, Secretary
    • Kapelski Learning Center Music and Lecture Hall Wing
    • tel: 610-499-4339
    • mktauscher@widener.edu
  • Fine Arts

  • Athletic and Concert Bands

    • Iain Moyer, DMA, Director of Athletic Bands and Music Program Recruiter
    • Kapelski Learning Center Music and Lecture Hall Wing
    • tel: 610-499-1010
    • imoyer@widener.edu

Vocal Groups

Widener offers two vocal groups: Widener Chorale and the Gospel Choir. Students perform publicly alongside their peers throughout the year. Students learn to share their natural talents and acquired skills, and to experience the joy of communicating through music.

Widener Chorale

Widener ChoraleThe Widener Chorale, under the direction of Nathan Lofton, is open to all Widener students and other members of the Widener community. The group rehearses weekly and performs at least once each semester. Academic credit and studio instruction is also available for vocal students. See Flickr Gallery for photos.

 

 

Gospel Choir

Gospel ChoirThe Gospel Choir, directed by Mark Collier, gives several musical performances throughout the year both on and off campus, including performances at the Martin Luther King Memorial Service and Jesse Anderson Awards Dinner at Widener, and songfests with other local universities and colleges. Students receive academic credit for participation.  The group rehearses weekly and offers at least one concert a semester for both the university and local community.

 


 Keepin' It Trill

Keepin' It TrillKeepin' It Trill is Widener's student-run a cappella vocal group.  They rehearse weekly and perform a variety of a cappella selections such as:

"Send My Love" by Adele,
"Let Me Love You/Closer Mashup,"
"Run To You" by The Pentatonix,
and have recorded Widener's Alma Mater - "Blue and Gold" - by John Vanore.