One of the many exciting opportunities available for male vocalists at the University of North Georgia (UNG) is the Patriot Choir! Dr. Jack Broman, Director of Choral Activities at UNG, resurrected the Patriot Choir in 1993.
The Patriot Choir performs in public venues throughout Northeast Georgia representing the University of North Georgia and the prestigious Corps of Cadets. They sing songs that inspire their audiences with a sense of patriotism and nostalgia. They also perform for many university events and Corps activities. For more information visit the music department website.
Examples of recent performances include singing:
the National Anthem for the:
Atlanta Knights (now known as the Thrashers)
Governor at the annual Georgia Military Scholarship Luncheon
at Fort Benning Military Ball
at the the University of North Georgia Military Ball
at the Georgia State Capitol before the Georgia State House of Representatives.
Our elite choir members wear the distinctive blue fouragierre on their uniforms. We take pride in our exceptional vocal talent.
If you join the Patriot Choir, you will receive one hour of academic credit for MUSC 3720.
The choir practices on Tuesday and Thursday from 0800-0920.
Membership in the choir is competitive, and limited to excellent vocalists. We are looking for tenors, baritones, and basses.
Cadets admitted into this men's group must have a good ear (the ability to match pitches is a minimum requirement). In order to remain in the ensemble, eash Cadet must be able to sing his part of the national anthem that is performed often throughout the year.
If you are interested in joining, please contact Dr. Jack Broman at 706-867-1431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Director
The faculty Director of the Patriot Choir is Dr. John Broman. Dr. Broman received a Bachelor of Arts in French from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa; a Bachelor of Music in voice, Master of Arts in choral conducting; and Doctor of Musical Arts in choral conducting from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.
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