The Bethel College Women’s Chorus comprises singers dedicated to improving their voices through singing the best in women's chorus literature.
This group, which is open to everyone, requires no audition, and its members represent a broad spectrum of academic majors, each with a common interest in singing. They perform each semester and will often be heard in local congregations. In addition to these local performances, Women's Chorus has participated in the Kansas Music Educators Association (KMEA) annual convention, an event celebrating the best choral ensembles from across the state of Kansas.
Annually, these singers combine with other Bethel College singers for a year-ending choral celebration with the Bethel College Philharmonia Orchestra and professional musicians from the surrounding area. With that orchestra, they have performed in important masterworks, including Orff's Carmina Burana, Mozart's Requiem and Brahms' Requiem.
These liberal arts-oriented singers engage the best literature for women's chorus, and take pride in singing as strong women in a world where the gifts of women are not always recognized.