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The Women's Choir consists of 50 treble voices, selected by audition. Repertoire embraces all historical periods and styles with performances on campus, in schools, in churches, and in civic meetings. View a sample video of the Cedarville University Women’s Choir performing “Let me Fly” (Spiritual) — arr. DeCormier.

Committed to musical and spiritual excellence, the Women's Choir meets three hours each week under the direction of Professor Beth Cram Porter. Demanding rehearsals provide a time for worship and academics to beautifully coexist. The group has taken the stage at such prestigious places as Carnegie Hall, and annual tours have taken the singers to a variety of scenes around the country. Women's Choir has been praised for its musically excellent and worshipful programs.

Interested in Joining Women's Choir?

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  • 50 Singers
  • 3 Rehearsal Hours per Week


Photo of Beth Porter

Beth Porter, MA

Chair, Associate Professor of Vocal Music