The Wasatch Chorale is a community choir based in Provo, Utah, whose mission is to perform high-quality, engaging music for the community. Now 48 years old, the group provides several concerts per year, both alone and combined with other choirs, symphonies, special performers, and skilled instrumentalists.
2022 - 2023
Welcome to the Wasatch Chorale's 48th season!
Our next concert presentation will be March 17 when we will present the Rutter Requiem: Music of Lamentation and Hope. The program includes Jubilate Deofrom Tres Cantus Laudendi, Mack Wilberg; Sicut Cervus, Palestrina; When David Heard, Thomas Weelkes; Good Night, Dear Heart, Dan Forrest; Eternal Gates, Howard Helvey; and Requiem, John Rutter.
May 11 we will present our I Sing Because I'm Happy concert. See our Performances page for additional details as they become available.
Check out our YouTube channel and subscribe to it. You can find it here. We have uploaded performance videos from previous season's concerts. Enjoy!
Our artistic director, Alison Unsworth, has been involved in choral music her whole life. She earned her bachelor's degree in Choral Education from Brigham Young University and her master's degree in Choral Conducting from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Read more about her here.
Sing with Us
Now is the time to consider joining Wasatch Chorale! You can email firstname.lastname@example.org now to set up a future audition appointment. Please include your contact information and the part you sing. There are a few spots open for soprano/alto and there are many spots open for tenor/bass (including women who sing tenor).