Current Repertoire

We sing a broad spectrum of great choral music from the 16th century to the present, including Renaissance motets, newly commissioned choral works, world folk music, traditional college songs, and the great choral orchestral masterworks. The current season’s repertoire can be found below!

Gaudeamus Igitur, Traditional Student Song


“Have Ye Not Known?” and “Ye Shall Have a Song” from The Peaceable Kingdom,

 Randall Thompson


Lingua TongaShruthi Rajasekar (World Premiere)

Ten piedad de nosotros, Ismael Huerta Marin (World Premiere)

Psalm 86 (A Prayer of David), Udi Perlman

If I Were a SwanKevin Puts


“Slava v vïshnikh Bogu” (Mvt. 7) from All-Night Vigil, Sergei Rachmaninoff

“Lux aeterna” from Requiem Brevis, Jonathan Bailey Holland

Slava, Lesia Dychko


Go Down ‘n the Valley and PrayAndré Thomas

Lao rahal sotiSamih Choukeir arr. Shireen Abu-Khader

Kaisa-isa NiyanNilo Alcala

The Increasing LightTraditional Shaker Melody arr. Jeffrey Douma


‘Neath the Elms, Traditional Student Song arr. Jonathan Clune

Eli Yale, Traditional Student Song

Hark! The Bark of Dear Old Dan, John Raskopf ‘27

Raise Your Voices Here, Jeffrey Douma

Football Medley, Various Composers arr. Fenno Heath

Bright College Years, Henry S. Durand arr. Robert Bonds

Extended Works

Symphony No. 3, Gustav Mahler (with Yale Philharmonia)

Messiah, George Frideric Handel

Te Deum, José Maurício Nunes Garcia (with Yale Camerata)

Mass in C, Marianna Martines

War Requiem, Benjamin Britten (with Yale Symphony Orchestra)