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Musical Performance at Tech

Musical Performance at Tech

The School of Music wouldn’t be what it is today without its vibrant collection of musical ensembles. Each of our ensembles is composed of a diverse group of intelligent, hardworking students with a passion for music. Our ensemble directors are well respected in their fields, and are adept at choosing engaging, enjoyable pieces of music for each semester’s concerts. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved and use your talents to make music with us!

Spring 2022 Ensemble Concert Schedule

Our 12 ensembles unite students from every major at Georgia Tech. In addition to their full class loads, these student musicians perform in concerts throughout the academic year. This Spring, our award-winning ensemble directors will incorporate modern takes with traditional performance. Their approach shows off the best of Georgia Tech's musical talent.

Get ticketing information, programs, live stream links, and concert details here.

Choose Your Ensemble

Vocal or instrumental, electronic or classic: regardless of style, we've got an ensemble for it. Click on the links below to learn more about each of our performance groups and how you can join them.

Chamber Choir takes a photo in an auditorium

Chamber Choir

Four combo members perform near a window

Jazz Ensembles

Marching band members put their hands in

Marching Band and Pep Band

Percussion ensemble members rehearse on marimbas

Percussion Ensemble

Rock and pop band plays on an outdoor stage

Rock and Pop Ensemble

Symphonic band performs on stage

Symphonic Band

Academic Credit

The Chamber Choir performs in a pop-up concert on the streets Nicosia, the capital city of Cyprus.

The majority of our ensembles are also classes open for any student at Georgia Tech to join, regardless of major. In total, our ensembles include students from every major on campus. Most rehearsal times are conveniently scheduled outside of most core class block times, making participation possible for most academic schedules.

We are dedicated to making sure that any Georgia Tech student can continue to pursue their love of music while earning their degree.

Our ensembles are also an outstanding option for students looking for a way to fulfill their humanities credit requirements.

Covid-19 Information

Class meetings for most ensemble courses will include singing and/or woodwind and brass instruments indoors.
 
The CDC has stated that singing in an indoor chorus is a safe activity for fully vaccinated individuals to participate in, but is among the least safe activities for unvaccinated individuals to participate in. Researchers, working in close collaboration with the College Band Directors National Association, have found that aerosol dispersion from woodwind and brass instruments can approach concentrations similar to singing.
 
If you are not yet fully vaccinated, participation in this course poses a heightened risk of covid-19 transmission and infection. The best way to reduce the risk to yourself and to others is to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Information about how to get vaccinated can be found at https://health.gatech.edu/coronavirus/vaccine. Individuals who are not vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear a face covering while inside campus facilities.

You may also choose to postpone enrollment in this course until a future semester, or to enroll in an alternate course that does not involve singing or playing a woodwind or brass instrument.

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