Carthage has more than 130 student groups and organizations through which students can get involved, explore possible careers, meet other students, work closely with faculty advisors, and perform community service. Learn more about Carthage’s student organizations.
The following student organizations are popular with music theatre students:
- Maximum Capacity
- Alpha Psi Omega
- Merely Players
- Carthage Stand-up Comedy Club
- Court of Nobility
- The Carthacords
Carthage Music Ensembles
The Carthage Chorale is a mixed ensemble that welcomes singers of a wide range of ability and experience. The chorale provides music for Chapel services and other College-wide events and is also active as a concert ensemble. The Carthage Chorale has participated in the Christmas Festival, the Annual Weston Noble Concert, Family Weekend Worship Service, and other events. It is directed by Dr. Peter Dennee, Associate Professor of Music at Carthage. Approximately two-thirds of the ensemble consists of non-music majors. In its mission to reach out to every member of the Carthage community, the Carthage Chorale explores a diverse body of repertoire that ranges from the Western art music tradition to African-American spirituals to musical theatre. New members are welcome. To inquire about trying out for the Carthage Chorale, contact Dr. Dennee.
The Carthage Choir
Carthage boasts the nation’s second-oldest touring college choir. It has visited all corners of the continental United States and tours Europe every three years.
The Carthage Treble Choir
The 40-voice Carthage Treble Choir, under the direction of Dr. Peter Dennee, sings music from all genres of choral music for female voices. The choir performs on and off campus and has performed in Washington, D.C.; Baltimore; Bratislava; Dresden; Prague and Vienna.
The Lincoln Chamber Singers
A select group of singers performing music suitable for a small performance ensemble, and in a wide variety of styles both classical and contemporary.