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Barksdale Treble Chorus

Director: [[jcbart, Dr. Jamie Bartlett]]
About: The Barksdale Treble Chorus is an ensemble of some sixty undergraduates who sing music for treble chorus.
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Membership: Membership is open to undergraduates by {{, audition}}.

About the Barksdale Treble Chorus
The Barksdale Treble Chorus is an ensemble of some sixty undergraduates and welcomes those who wish to sing music for treble chorus. It performs regularly on campus and in the Williamsburg community. Like all Department of Music ensembles, the Barksdale Treble Chorus is made up of students from a wide variety of backgrounds and majors. Each semester the Chorus is featured in a major Candlelight Concert at Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg and in the Winter and Spring Concerts at the end of each semester shared with the W&M Choir and Botetourt Chamber Singers. This ensemble performs regularly in a variety of other venues in the Williamsburg area, including Temple Beth-El, the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalist Church, and the Inter-Faith Council of the College. The Barksdale Treble Chorus has developed into an inspired, skilled, and exciting vocal group. It mounts an annual tour of the East Coast every spring; since 2001 the ensemble has performed in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, and West Virginia. For more information, visit the Chorus's web page or contact Dr. Jamie Bartlett, director ([[w|jcbart]]).