You’ll gain practical experience while attending the TCU School of Music, including myriad on-campus choral, jazz and operatic ensembles, as well as chances to delve into the rich musical culture of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The TCU Concert Chorale is the University’s flagship choral ensemble, committed to the exploration and performance of the finest repertoire from the 16th century to the present.
University Singers is an auditioned mixed ensemble of 40 to 50 singers and serves as the laboratory chorus for TCU’s thriving choral music education program.
TCU Opera Studio presents fully staged productions of both chamber opera and standard, full-length repertoire in Ed Landreth Auditorium and the TCU Opera black box theater.
Purple, White, and Blues, TCU’s vocal jazz ensemble, is a select auditioned ensemble. Performances are often with the university jazz band or with an instrumental combo in the BLUU Ballroom, BLUU Auditorium and other on-campus venues.
Frog Corps is a non-auditioned male ensemble that serves as a spirit group for TCU. Performances include traditional concerts with other university ensembles, appearances at athletic events and presentations at university and community social occasions.
TCU Frog Corps is one of the most popular spirit groups on campus! This male vocal group is a campus-wide organization that performs for a variety of events including TCU sporting events, university functions and community concerts.
Cantiamo is a non-auditioned ensemble for women who want to augment their TCU education with an enriching choral experience. Repertoire, a cappella or with keyboard and other accompaniment, includes engaging music from a variety of contemporary styles.