The department ensemble offerings provide frequent opportunities for students to rehearse and perform in vocal and instrumental ensembles, covering a wide spectrum of musical styles. All students (majors and non-majors) are welcome to join.
This Indonesian percussion orchestra is the performance ensemble of Music 231/232: Music of Bali.
Small instrumental student ensembles (such as duets, trios and quartets) get coached by the department’s artists-in-residence and other performance faculty members and perform throughout the semester.
A select choral ensemble of approximately 16 musicians from the College Choir who display the highest level of musical excellence.
The Chapel Choir sings a diverse range of liturgical music — both traditional and contemporary — to lead worship at the 7 p.m. Sunday Mass in Mary Chapel, the College’s largest weekly worship service.
The College Choir is a large mixed ensemble open to all students, which develops a love for choral music and singing among the members and shares that passion with audiences.
The Holy Cross College Orchestra gives both majors and non-majors the opportunity to come together and play orchestra masterworks, ranging from the Baroque era to pieces written in the modern day.
The Holy Cross Wind Ensemble provides woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians the opportunity to perform both standard and contemporary wind band literature and engage in meaningful musical experiences.
H-CLEF (Holy Cross Laptop Ensemble Federation) is the performing ensemble of Music 290: Coding Music. Designed as an experiential, hands-on learning environment, Coding Music welcomes all majors interested in sound synthesis, DIY instrument design, and collaborative performance of live electronic music.