The Law School Choir’s aim is to facilitate the members’ growth and enjoyment in Law School through Choral performance, while serving the performance needs of the school. The Choir exists to serve the musical needs of the Law School and its Students. Our purpose is threefold: (1) to allow students a time to relax from their studies by sharing their talents in music, (2) to facilitate friendships and networking among the students, and (3) to be a resource to the Law school when it needs musical performers at school events. As such, there are no auditions to join and rehearsal attendance is on a come-as-you-can basis. During the school year, the Choir will have weekly rehearsals and will perform at a few school events. The Choir will also organize and sponsor the Law School’s Annual Spring Recital.
The Choir was founded in September of 2010. In its first year, the Choir sang at the Faculty’s annual Christmas Party, organized and performed at the Law School’s Annual Spring Recital, and sang the opening song at the JRCLS Annual Fireside with Elder D. Todd Christofferson, which was broadcast to attorneys nationwide.
If you enjoy singing and need a break from your studies, this club is the place for you.
How to Join:
Join by signing up for the Club at the SBA Club Fair. If you missed us at the club fair, look up the next rehearsal time on the Law School’s Calendar, or email the Club President (see Leadership below) for rehearsal information, and join us at the next rehearsal.