Chamber Singers, directed by Nina Nash-Robertson, is CMU’s most highly selective ensemble of 20-30 singers, primarily upperclassmen and graduate students. Chamber Singers performs the highest quality music of all periods, but they focus on the a cappella literature of the Renaissance and other choral chamber music. Recent works include the Bach Lobet Den Herrn, Haydn Lord Nelson Mass, Mozart Magnificat, Brahms Zigeunerlieder and Liebeslieder Walzes, Ravel Trois Chansons, and Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music. Chamber Singers has also been honored to sing the premier performance of many new choral works, perform at regional conventions of the American Choral Directors Association and the Music Educators National Conference, and have performed in Ireland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Austria, and China. Their May, 2007, concert tour to Ireland and France included performances in Dublin’s St Patricks’ Cathedral, La Madeleine in Paris, and Chartres Cathedral. The Chamber Singers are also pleased to host the annual Vocal Chamber Music Day where guests have included Chanticleer, the Kings Singers, Cantus, and the Brazeal Dennard Ensemble.