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Knight Fusion Singers

Do you like to sing? Marian University's Knight Fusion Show Choir is a dynamic group of students who perform fully staged and choreographed works from musical theatre, jazz, big band, classic rock/pop, and contemporary music.

  • Knight Fusion provides a positive, supportive atmosphere that will both motivate and challenge you, encouraging high standards of excellence while being exiting and fun.
  • Open to all students, members are earning degrees in nursing, business, education and the sciences, in addition to instrumental and vocal music degrees. Members have a range of experience, from never having participated in a show choir to being part of award-winning competitive choirs in top-quality choral programs throughout the Midwest.
  • What members have in common is a passion for singing, dancing, and performing. Choir members are the university's musical ambassadors, who perform on campus as well as throughout the community. Knight Fusion students are also involved in other campus activities, including athletics. 

Why be a Knight Fusion Singer?

  • Family atmosphere
  • Travel opportunities
  • Experienced choral director and choreographers
  • Social activities
  • Academics-first philosophy
  • High expectations for musical quality and showmanship

What is the time commitment?

  • One hour/half hour class credit
  • Rehearse three to four hours each week
  • Sectional rehearsal each week
  • Few weekend commitments

How to join

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