The Chamber Singers, founded in the fall of 1988, is an ensemble of approximately sixteen women selected from the College's finest singers.
The group specializes in chamber music for women's voices with and without instruments and presents concerts in conjunction with other College music organizations throughout the academic year.
Besides performing on campus, the Chamber Singers have received numerous invitations to perform in local concert series and events. The group has recently performed with the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, Boston Music Viva, and with the New England Philharmonic recently in a concert version of Berg's Wozzeck. In 2003, the Singers presented a concert and lecture in conjunction with the Wellesley Davis Museum exhibit The Last Expression: Art and Auschwitz. In 2008, they performed at the NCCO conference in Cincinnati as part of a lecture recital. They are featured in the 2003 motion picture, Mona Lisa Smile.