The Yale Slavic Chorus is a performing group of women from a variety of cultural and academic backgrounds who share a common interest in Slavic music. Most members of the Chorus had very little experience with or exposure to Slavic Music before coming to Yale, and most members do not speak any of the languages we sing in.
A Brief History
The Chorus was founded in 1969, the first year of undergraduate co-education at Yale, and was the first all-women’s group on Campus. It was originally conducted by William Robbins, Jr., then a music major in Yale College and a member of...[more]