Music Ensembles at Lindenwood University
The University Men's and Women's Choruses perform all genres of choral literature, from choral classics, contemporary works, spirituals, opera, folk songs, novelties, Broadway, and world music. The choirs do not require an audition and are open to all Lindenwood University students who love to sing.
The Lindenwood University Concert Choir performs challenging music of the Western European classical tradition as well as cutting-edge 20th century and world music. The Lindenwood University Concert Choir is open to all students by audition.
Under the direction of Pamela Grooms, Lindenwood’s premiere a cappella ensemble Voices Only performs extensively throughout the year. Membership is open to all Lindenwood students by audition.
Whether performing a concerto, a symphony, a musical, or a jazz ballad, the Lindenwood University Symphonic Orchestra (LUSO) is committed to executing all masterpieces with a commitment of excellence. The LUSO continues to reach its audience through exciting programming and passionate music. The symphonic orchestra is open to all Lindenwood students by audition.
The Lindenwood University Pit Ensemble performs in conjunction with students in Lindenwood's Theatre Department.
One of the few collegiate marching bands in the St. Louis region, Lindenwood’s Golden Lion Marching Band includes brass, woodwind, and percussion. The band performs throughout the fall semester and is open to all students with a passion for music in motion.
Dedicated to the highest levels of musical artistry, the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band perform traditional and contemporary concert literature with instrumentations that range from full symphonic to one-on-a-part.
Performing standards and contemporary charts by today's leading composers and arrangers, the Lindenwood Jazz Bands and Combos are open to all Lindenwood students by audition.
Dedicated to supporting Lindenwood athletics, the Lindenwood University Pep Band is a high-energy group that performs pop, rock, jazz, funk, and everything in between. The ensemble also provides a powerful venue for student arrangers.
Performing a wealth of diverse concert literature, students in the Conductor's Band and Choir create live music-making laboratories where pre-service music educators practice their craft. The experience concludes with the annual Student Conductors Concert.
Students at Lindenwood also enjoy music-making opportunities through participation in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (music fraternity for men); Sigma Alpha Iota (music fraternity for women); several chamber ensembles (guitar, string, woodwind, brass, and percussion); and private lessons for piano voice, guitar, bass guitar, percussion, and all orchestral woodwind, brass, and string instruments.