The Chapel Singers is Trinity’s oldest student organization, founded in 1825. The group sings at major college occasions, Chapel services, and performs concerts on campus as well as on domestic and international tours. The group’s membership is comprised of undergraduates from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines who enjoy studying and performing challenging choral music.
2022-2023 Student Leadership
Kendra Keelan ’23, president
Tasha Casey ’23, vice president
Matthew Marottolo ’24, treasurer
Ayana Tabo ’23, secretary
Fall 2022 Auditions
Friday, September 2, 2:00–3:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 4, 12:30–2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, September 6, 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Come to the Chapel South Cloister (outside, facing the quad) during any of the above times, no appointment needed.
About us: We are Trinity College’s Chapel choir and we proudly sing challenging choral music at Chapel services…yes, every Sunday! Our repertoire ranges in style from ancient chants to modern works of the
21st century. We also sing at major college occasions, perform concerts, and create recordings. We rehearse three times a week, and because membership is such a big commitment we are paid student employees. No religious affiliation is required—we come from a variety of backgrounds.
About the audition: There is no music that needs to be prepared in advance, however we do recommend you arrive warmed-up and ready to sing. Our director will lead you through singing some scales and a few of us will teach you a short piece. There will also be a sight reading test (it’s everyone’s least favorite part—just try your best!). Members do need to have at least a little previous experience reading printed music.
About something else: With any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our president Kendra Keelan ’23 or our director Christopher Houlihan.