Founded in 2000 by conductor, Dr. Tina Bull, and now conducted by Sandra Babb, Ph. D., Bella Voce is the premier women’s choir at Oregon State University. The choir consists of 40 undergraduate students studying a variety of degree programs at OSU. Some favorite past performances include the Vivaldi Gloria RV589 with the Corvallis-OSU Symphony, and the commission and world premiere of Joan Szymko’s piece, “viva sweet love,” at the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts in New York City, May, 2013, and Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols” in December 2013. Bella Voce has toured the northwestern United States, Hawaii, Finland, Denmark, and Estonia and Brazil. In July 2014 the choir was invited, by audition, to perform at ISME 2014, the International Society for Music Education Conference in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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Bella Voce is a select 40-50 voice women's chorus. Performs each term and tours regionally and internationally. Class fee. Full-year commitment strongly encouraged. Tour fee.
Sandra Babb, Ph. D. , conductor.
Rehearsals: MWF 3:30 - 4:50pm
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