The Concert Choir is Williams' largest choir, conducted and managed by Brad Wells. It usually has between 40 and 70 members, admitted by audition (email bwells if you're interested). This year, Concert Choir is looking especially for tenors.
The Choir sings large works from the concert repertoire (such as Carmina Burana, Mozart's Requiem, and Bach's Mass in B Minor), and goes on international tours in alternating years. In 2009, the group is going to Argentina with other ensembles from the music department. In 2007, they went to Italy, singing Palestrina's music in his place of birth and staying in Rome, Florence, and Como. In 2005, they traveled to Bolivia, to sing in isolated mission towns and mountain bike down the World's Most Dangerous Road . Two years before, they went to Sweden, Finland, and Estonia, and in 2001 to Italy.