The CAL STATE FULLERTON UNIVERSITY SINGERS have a distinguished reputation as one of the finest collegiate vocal ensembles in the United States. The University Singers are under the direction of JOHN ALEXANDER, who has been professor of music at CSU Fullerton since 1994 and previously served for 23 years as professor of music and director of choral activities at CSU Northridge. Alexander currently serves as conductor of the University Singers and Chamber Choir, and oversees the conducting programs.
The University Singers have toured extensively throughout the world and in 1987 represented the United States at the first symposium of the International Federation for Choral Music in Vienna. They have also made appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the direction of Zubin Mehta and Carlo Maria Giulini, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra under the direction of John Mauceri, the Pacific Symphony Institute Orchestra led by Edward Cumming, and the Long Beach Symphony under the direction of Joann Falletta. Last fall, they sang at the Orange County Performing Arts Center with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Carl St.Clair. Last December marked the Singers' fifth consecutive national Holiday Tour with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra led by Keith Lockhart.