Handel's Messiah, conducted by Nigel Short; with Tenebrae, BYU Singers and Concert Choir, and BYU Baroque Ensemble
November 2016
"Ecce vicit Leo" by Peter Phillips; BYU Singers conducted by Dr. Andrew Crane, October 10, 2016.

BYU Singers in BYU's de Jong Concert Hall
October 2016

"Flight Song" by Kim André Arnesen 
 October 16, 2015
St Augustine Church, Tucson, Arizona
May 5, 2016

"Alleluia" by Fredrik Sixten


February 25, 2016

BYU Singers Master Class with The King's Singers
February 2016
"Till There Was You" by Meredith Willson/K. Shaw
April 5, 2016
St Thomas More Catholic Church, Glendale, Arizona
May 6, 2016
Home Concert, BYU de Jong Concert Hall
April 2016
BYU Singers 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert
March 2015

BYU’s Celebration of Christmas

with BYU Singers, Concert Choir, Women’s Chorus, Men’s Chorus, and Philharmonic Orchestra

Friday & Saturday, December 2 & 3

 

All performances will be live-streamed. Join us at 7:30 pm MST Friday and Saturday, December 2 & 3 or Saturday, December 3 at 3 pm MST

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BYU Singers 2016-17

We are excited to post the roster for this new year of BYU Singers!

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 About the BYU Singers

The Brigham Young University Singers is an exciting choir with impressive voices and a wide range of styles. Now 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. Known as “one of the country’s finest choirs,” BYU Singers toured Arizona for two weeks during the spring of 2016.

BYU Singers celebrated their 30th anniversary with a gala reunion concert in March 2015, and had a very successful tour to China in May 2015. The choir has performed in some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York City, the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Sydney Opera House and Town Hall, the Kapella in St. Petersburg, the Musikverein in Vienna, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. They have traveled throughout the United States and to 27 countries including Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, England, Egypt, Australia, Ghana, Ireland and China. The choir was the United States representative at the Fourth World Choral Symposium in 1996, performed at the inaugural conference of the National Collegiate Choral Organization in 2006, and participated in the 2009 Cork International Choral Festival. BYU Singers has performed numerous times at both National and Regional Conferences of the American Choral Directors Association since 1985.

The choir consists of 40 students pursuing a variety of graduate and undergraduate degrees in such areas as physical science, law, accounting, social science, visual arts, and music. The group originates in the School of Music of the College of Fine Arts & 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 120 foreign countries.

 


Andrew Crane, conductor

ACrane_2014_24Andrew Crane was named Associate Professor of Choral Conducting and conductor of the Brigham Young University Singers in 2015. Previous to this appointment, he served for four years as Director of Choral Activities at East Carolina University, and six years in the same position at California State University, San Bernardino. He is also the former choral director at Provo High School.

Choirs under his direction have appeared by invitation at multiple conferences of the American Choral Directors Association and National Association for Music Education; and have won top prizes in international competitions. In 2015, he led the East Carolina University Chamber Singers to a first place finish in the 13th Maribor (Slovenia) International Choral Competition Gallus, the only American choir to win in the history of the contest.

Additionally, Dr. Crane enjoys a career as a professional solo and ensemble tenor, having appeared with such groups as the Los Angeles Bach Festival, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Yale Choral Artists, Vox Humana, Spire Chamber Ensemble, Tennessee Chamber Chorus, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, North Carolina Master Chorale, Carnegie Hall Festival Chorus, and others.

Dr. Crane is active as a conductor of honor choirs, clinician, guest lecturer, and accompanist. Additionally, he serves as editor of the Andrew Crane Choral Series through Walton Music. His degrees include the BM in Music Education and MM in Choral Conducting from Brigham Young University, and the Doctor of Musical Arts from Michigan State University. Dr. Crane resides in Utah County with his wife Casandria, also a BYU alumna, and their four children.