Jacksonville University Choirs
Under the direction of Timothy Snyder since 2010, the Jacksonville University Choirs contribute to the cultural life of northeastern Florida by bringing high quality and artistically polished performances of the choral repertoire to campus, the community and the region.
The JU Choirs have performed for conferences of the American Choral Directors Association, the Florida Music Educators Association and the Music Teachers National Association. Other notable performances include concerts in New York’s Avery Fisher Hall, England’s Canterbury Cathedral and numerous collaborations with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra—most recently in January 2016 in acclaimed performances of Mozart’s C Minor Mass. The Choirs present over forty concerts each year on campus, in the community and on tour. In 2013, members of the JU Choirs toured in France where they performed at Chartres, La Madeline, Paris and the Basilica of St. Nicholas, Nantes. A concert tour of Italy in May 2016 included performances in Florence, Venice and Rome at St. Peter’s Basilica.