Ensembles

Warner Pacific College students participate in a variety of ensembles. Majors and non-majors are welcome and encouraged to participate.

To enroll in an ensemble, please email the director to learn about the audition procedure and, if applicable, show up to the first day of class with your instrument. Registration for the ensemble(s) will occur with your advisor. Ensembles are 1-2 credit graded courses.

Students are also encouraged to enroll in applied lessons. Please visit the applied lessons page for more information.

MUS 114/314
Concert Choir (1-2 credits)
Study and performance of representative sacred and secular choral literature. Prerequisite: Audition and commitment to annual tour. Course may be repeated.

MUS 115/315
Wind Ensemble (1-2 credits)
Study and performance of representative concert band literature. Open to all students with previous instrumental experience. Prerequisite: Audition and commitment to annual tour and full-year participation. Course may be repeated.

Warner Pacific Concert Choir

Warner Pacific Wind Ensemble

MUS 117/317
Jazz Band (1 credit)
A performance ensemble for musicians wishing to develop their jazz playing and improvisation. Course may be repeated.

MUS 118/119
Warner Chorale (1-2 credits)
Select group of mixed voices chosen from membership of Concert Choir. Prepares and performs selected chamber choral literature and representative sacred ensemble literature. Performs 1-2 concerts per month for community organizations and churches, in addition to annual tour with Concert Choir. Prerequisite: Audition. Course may be repeated.

Warner Pacific Jazz Band Warner Pacific Jazz Band

MUS 119/319
Vocal Jazz Ensemble (1 credit)
Study and performance and representative vocal jazz charts. Course may be repeated.

MUS 116/316
Chamber Ensemble (1 credit)
Study and performance of representative chamber ensemble literature. Membership selection is based on the particular instruments needed to form ensembles and by audition. Course may be repeated.

Warner Pacific musician

Warner Pacific Chamber Ensemble