Vermillion students sing for Beloit College Beloit College junior Siobhan Chandler of Vermillion is a participant of the Beloit College Women's Chorus and Chamber Singers for the 2001 fall semester.
Nick Pommersheim of Vermillion is a participant of the college's choir ensemble for the fall semester.
The Beloit College Women's Chorus is a select group of 14 voices which requires an audition. The Beloit College Women's Chorus is designed for women who are interested in performing challenging music selected for women's voices.
Membership in the women's chorus demands a scholarly and artistic interest in the world of music, as the students are required to engage themselves in the theory, history and style of the music they are performing.
The Beloit College Chamber Singers is a select ensemble of 16-20 voices who perform a variety of difficult pieces of vocal chamber music. Participation in the Chamber Singers requires an audition and a clear interest in a scholarly and academic approach to music.
The Beloit College Chamber Singers also serve as ambassadors of the college through community performances and tours.
Beloit College was founded in 1846.