Radcliffe Choral Society

Purpose Statement

The Radcliffe Choral Society is a choir of fifty women dedicated to the celebration and performance of women's choral music. The Choral Society sings a wide variety of repertoire including Medieval chant, Renaissance polyphony, Romantic masterworks, international folk songs, and contemporary women's choral music. As it is a student-run organization, a committee of fifteen members oversees all facets of operation, from management to finance to tour planning. Through its performance of music for women's voices, the Radcliffe Choral Society brings women together to form a strong and vibrant community unlike any other. One of the oldest collegiate women's choruses in the United States, RCS celebrated its centennial in 1999, and continues today under the direction of its conductor, Director of Choral Activities Andrew Clark.

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