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  • The Capital University Chordsmen is an 80-voice men’s choir which sings a wide variety of music in multiple concerts throughout the academic school year. 


    The ensemble rehearses Sundays and Wednesdays from 7:30 - 8:45 p.m. and counts as one academic credit.

    Approximately one third of the ensemble consists of non-music majors. Although the original Men’s Glee ensemble flourished through most of the last century, it dwindled and eventually died out in the 1980’s. The current men’s ensemble was started in 2003 by Kyle Zeuch and Jeffery Delman and was student-led until Dr. Andrew Blosser began directing the group in 2008.

    The current director, world-renowned composer, Craig Courtney, took over the baton in 2010 and since that time the Chordsmen have quadrupled in size and have performed world premiers of several of his compositions. The Chordsmen have had the honor of being invited to perform at the 2014 Ohio Music Educators Association in February 2014.