The Nuschoir's annual concert
Varsity Voices 2018: Palette
An artist uses different strokes and a palette of colours to bring a picture to life. Likewise, The NUSChoir seeks to tell the diverse stories and ambience from all over the world through the varying tones of music and the mixture of voices from our singers.
Feel the wrath of God with Iuppiter by Michael Ostryzga and marvel at the brilliance of the northern lights with Rivers of Light by Eriks Esenvalds. Embrace the tranquil and serene motif of a sitter nestled in the heart of a bamboo forest with Zechariah Goh’s Zhu Li Guan.
With every individual’s voice blending together to produce one cohesive sound, Varsity Voices ’18: Palette encompasses the variety of tones in the songs that The NUSChoir is performing this year, as we gear up for Choir of the World competititon in Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.
Varsity Voices 2017: Temporis
Highly regarded as one of the best choirs in the region, the NUSChoir will take the stage once again to enchant audiences with a repertoire that transcends time and space. Audiences can enjoy sacred works such as Peter Philips’ Ascendit Deus and Antonio Lotti’s Crucifixus, alongside contemporary pieces such as Let it Be Forgotten by Ēriks Ešenvalds and Sakura, a Japanese folk song composed by Toru Takemitsu and many more!
Make a date to enjoy an extensive selection of repertoire from classical sacred pieces to folk songs with The NUSChoir on this euphonic and captivating night!
Varsity Voices 2016: Odyssey
This year, we are pleased to take the stage once again to delight our audiences with a repertoire of diverse choral pieces. Highlights of the night include Magnificat Gloria (Alberto Grau), Alleluia (Eric Whitacre), Kruhay (Benny Castillon) and many more!
If you're an avid choral music fan or just interested to find out what choral music is like, Varsity Voices'16 is the concert to go for!
Fun fact: Yamko Rambe Yamko from this concert is the first video to reach 1 million views on Youtube!
Varsity Voices 2015: Stars
Under the esteemed conductorship of Professor Nelson Kwei, The NUSChoir is pleased to take the stage once again to delight their audiences with their repertoire of contemporary choral works at their annual Varsity Voices 2015: Stars.
Highlights of the evening include Ēriks Esenvalds' critically acclaimed composition ‘Stars’, Leonard Bernstein's ‘Somewhere’ from the musical West Side Story, a modern Romeo and Juliet story, and memorable jazz standard ‘Stardust’, arranged by Roy Ringwald. Make a date to celebrate contemporary choral music with The NUSChoir on this exciting and magical night.
Varsity Voices 2014: Pinnacle
We bring you a diverse repertoire of songs - each marking the pinnacle in the evolution of choral music. Gather your family and friends and indulge in a night of magic and wonder!