November 2021

de Jong Concert Hall, BYU

October 2019

de Jong Concert Hall, BYU

BYU Museum of Art

April 2019

Kansas City, March 2019

American Choral Directors National Conference

de Jong Concert Hall, BYU

October 2018

May 2018

Bali, Indonesia

May 2018

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

February 2017

UMEA Conference, St. George, UT

BYU Singers Master Class with The King’s Singers

February 2017

March 2015

BYU Singers 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert






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About BYU 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 2021, BYU Singers placed first in the mixed choir category, and earned the overall Gran Prix award in the International Youth Choir Festival “Aegis Carminis.” During the 2021-2022 season, the choir will appear with Broadway legend Brian Stokes Mitchell at the BYU Spectacular; in an invited performance at the Western Division conference of the American Choral Directors Association in Long Beach, CA; and will embark on a performance tour of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania in the spring. BYU Singers will also perform as part of “An Evening with Eric Whitacre and the BYU Choirs” in March 2022, under the direction of the esteemed composer and conductor.

They have given concerts 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 Kauffman Center in Kansas City, the Hanoi Opera House, 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, China, Indonesia and Vietnam. 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, where they received the PEACE Award, an honor given to the audience’s favorite choir. BYU Singers has performed numerous times at state, national, and regional conferences of the American Choral Directors Association, National Association for Music Education, and National Collegiate Choral Organization since 1985. The choir appeared on national television in four programs created for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. BYU Singers was founded in 1984 by Ronald Staheli.

BYU Singers 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 ensemble 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.

BYU Singers’ recording label is BYU Music Group:

The choir’s booking agency is BYU Performing Arts Management: