Brigham Young University Singers


Brigham Young University Singers is an exciting choir with impressive voices and a wide range of styles. Conducted by Dr. Andrew Crane, the group performs pieces from nearly every musical genre as well as many original works written or arranged for the choir.

In May 2022, BYU Singers received multiple first place prizes at the International Stasys Šimkus Choir Competition (Klaipėda, Lithuania), including the Grand Amber award for best choir. In 2021, the group placed first in the mixed choir category and earned the overall Grand Prix award in the International Youth Choir Festival “Aegis Carminis” (Koper, Slovenia). In October 2022, the ensemble competed in the Tolosa Choral Contest (Spain), where they also received multiple prizes and cash awards. Under the direction of founder Dr. Ronald Staheli, BYU Singers participated in the 2009 Cork International Choral Festival, where they received the PEACE Award--presented to the audience’s favorite choir.

The choir has performed by invitation numerous times at regional and national conferences of the American Choral Directors Association since its founding in 1985.

BYU Singers consists of around 40 students pursuing a variety of graduate and undergraduate degrees in such areas as engineering, math, music, and science. The ensemble originates in the School of Music of the College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. BYU is one of the nation’s largest private universities with an enrollment of more than 30,000 students from all parts of the United States and more than 100 foreign countries.

Conductor: Dr. Andrew Crane

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