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Washington State University
College of Arts and Sciences School of Music

Treble Choir

photograph of Treble Choir fall 2022

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The WSU Treble Choir is an ensemble comprised of students who sing either soprano or alto. Our membership comes from across campus, and most singers are non-music majors. We meet twice a week (3:10-4:25 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays) and perform at least three times a semester.

Our repertoire is varied. We sing music from the established choral literature canon (Benjamin Britten’s Ceremony of Carols and Michael Haydn’s Kyrie), but we also sing contemporary choral music by living composers such as Abbie Betinis, B. E. Boykin, Marie-Claire Saindon, and Joan Szymko.

Treble Choir is a welcoming community which enjoys learning music in a fun and nurturing environment. Although we hold our standards high, we’re excited about helping our singers along their journey. Please take a listen to some recordings from our past concerts (links below).

Treble Choir was selected among choirs, bands, and orchestras from six states to perform at the Northwest Division conference of the National Association for Music Education in February 2023. You can learn more about that program here. Singers from the Treble Choir also performed as part of the Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt, Austria, in August 2023.

If you have questions regarding our ensemble, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Dr. Matthew Myers
Conductor, WSU Treble Choir


Treble Choir Fall 2022 photo
Recordings of Recent Performances:

Stardust – B. E. Boykin

Umoja – Zanaida Robles – with WSU’s Crimson Ties

Lineage – Andrea Ramsey

There Will Come Soft Rains – Kevin Memley, Keri McCarthy, oboe

Metsa Telegramm – Uno Naisso