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  • The Capital University Chordsmen is a large men’s chorus which sings a wide range of musical styles in several concerts throughout the academic school year.   

     

    This one-credit ensemble rehearses Sundays and Wednesdays from 7:30 - 8:45 p.m., and consists of non-music majors, as well as both vocal and instrumental music majors. The Chordsmen began as a student-led ensemble in 2003, under the leadership of Kyle Zeuch and Jeffery Delman. In 2008, Dr. Andrew Blosser began directing the Chordsmen.

     

     In 2010, composer Craig Courtney became the ensemble's conductor. Under his leadership the ensemble has grown and flourished. The ensemble has premiered several of his compositions and had the honor of performing at the 2014 Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) Professional Conference.