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The UMD Men's Chorus is the popular ensemble for men's voices with repertoire spanning classical to contemporary.

With an astonishing diversity of repertoire that ranges from medieval chant to barbershop, the UMD Men's Chorus is one of the School of Music’s most dynamic ensembles.

Since 2001, the ensemble has headlined numerous on-campus performances, including the annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols and the Men’s Chorus Invitational, which brings talented male choirs from around the D.C. metro area for a full day of workshops, collaborations and performances.

Performance tours of the East Coast, South and Midwest regions have spread the reputation for excellence of the UMD Men’s Chorus around the country and the ensemble has now appeared multiple times at the Intercollegiate Men’s Choruses National Seminar.

Also a frequent collaborator with the UMD Treble Choir and the UMD Concert Choir, the UMD Men’s Chorus has appeared in performances with the NSO Pops (Do You Hear the People Sing?) and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (Brahms’ Requiem). On campus, the group has performed with the UMD Symphony Orchestra in the Mahler Symphony No. 2, Shostakovich Symphony No. 13 and Brahms’ Alto Rhapsody.

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UMD Men's Chorus Conductor

Tim Keeler

Conductor, UMD Men's Chorus