Chamber Singers Ensemble
Directed by Dr. Wei Cheng
Founded in 1961 by Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. William Osborne, the Denison Chamber Singers have a long history of excellence.
Their repertoire covers a wide range of choral music from renaissance to contemporary, featuring a variety of styles in classical choral literature, world folk music, pop, and gospel music. The ensemble performs on campus every semester and occasionally gives an off-campus concert. During the past fifty years, the group has performed both domestically and internationally. Since the group's founding, members have performed in 24 states and on 12 foreign tours that have carried the ensemble across Europe and to South America. On the group’s last concert tour, in China in 2010, they gave performances in Beijing, Shanghai and Xi’an.
They recently performed Mozart's Requiem with Gloria dei cantores and Munich Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Philippe Entremont, the world renowned pianist and conductor.