Get lost in the sounds of Women's Choir at Georgia Tech as its members perform a wide variety of music for your listening pleasure. Experience the mystery and beauty of Tundra, by Ola Gjeilo, and the catharsis and sorrow of a lonely moonlit stroll in Mainacht, arranged by Johannes Brahms. From the classical Latin of Ave Verum Corpus by Francis Poulenc, to the 60s pop of One Fine Day by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, there's something for everyone to enjoy!
Women's Choir at Georgia Tech is a student led and directed organization full of the most dedicated and passionate treble-singers. The group prides itself on the diversity of its engaging and versatile repetoire, and the freedom it gives to its members to shape the choir as their own.