Lehigh University Choral Arts

is a home for students and community members from all walks of life, a tight-knit family extending back through generations of Lehigh singers. Four ensembles comprise Lehigh Choral Arts: Choral Union, University Choir, Dolce, and the historic Glee Club, which is enjoying its 138th year.

Each group brings a smörgåsbord of centuries-old works and modern masterpieces to its audience. We invite all our friends, loyal attendees and future members of the Choral Arts family to join us at this year’s performances!

“Although I do miss making music of such a high caliber, what I miss most about Choir at Lehigh is this: the most caring, diverse, fun, supportive people all joining together in friendship to make music come alive.”
– Elizabeth Woods ’11

“My decision to join Choral Arts was the best that I’d made, as a Lehigh University freshman. By the end of my first day, I had already gained a new and diverse family with a storied history.”
– Will Shore ’15

Listen and watch!

Countdown to Carnegie!

As part of Lehigh University’s Sesquicentennial Celebration, Lehigh Choral Arts will be performing at Carnegie Hall on November 21st, 2014! All members of Choral Union and University Choir – as well as some of our alumni – will be singing two works, Carmina amoris and I Have Had Singing, composed and directed by artistic director Dr. Steven Sametz. Interested prospective students should visit our How to Join page for more information. To purchase tickets for this event, please contact the Carnegie Hall box office. If you have any questions, please contact Connor Tench, our University Choir Manager.

Carnegie Hall
Prospective students – interested in learning more?
Check out our Prospective Students’ Interest Page.