A Tradition of Choral Excellence

           The Arkansas State  University Concert Choir has long been known in the           

      Southern United States for choral excellence.  For 33 years under the direction of 

      the late Mr. Alfred R. Skoog, former Director of Choral Activities, the Male      

      Chorus, Female Chorus and Concert Choir were presented on state and national 

      convention programs, at Lincoln Center and on international tours.  Under the  

      direction of Dr. Dale Miller, Director of Choral Activities since 1997, the choirs 

      made their first appearance in Carnegie Hall in March 2000.  The Concert Choir 

      has recently sung with professional orchestras from New York  and Poland. 

      The most recent addition to the choral program, the 18-voice Chamber Singers,

      now in their eighth year, present the traditional Madrigal Feaste. 

            This  spring the Concert Choir traveled to Eastern Europe and performed

      the Mozart Requiem in Krakow, Poland, with  the Orchestra of the Krakow

      Opera  The Menís Choir performed by invitation at the Southwest American

      Choral Directors Association Convention, in St. Louis.

 

Director of Choral Activities Dale Miller

 

Arkansas State University Choirs