About the Ensemble

Vox Anima (formerly Women’s Chorus) is a treble-voice ensemble (includes sopranos and altos) open, without audition, to students of all disciplines who enjoy sharing camaraderie through music and achieving excellence in performance. The ensemble performs music representing a broad spectrum of styles, with particular emphasis on works by female composers.

Vox Anima rehearses twice each week and performs multiple times each year, including an annual concert during Women’s Week and frequent collaborations with other Ball State ensembles.


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Tuesday and Thursday 3:30-4:20 p.m.



  • Tuesday—Music Instruction Building (MI), Hahn Hall, room 163
  • Thursday—Hargreaves Music Building (MU), room 123


Course Numbers

  • MUSC 353 (1/2 credit)
  • MUSC 151, section 2A (0 credit)

Kerry Glann


Kerry Glann
associate director of choral activities

Join the Ensemble

No is audition is required. Vox Anima is open to all students. Just register for the course and attend the first rehearsal.

Graduate Program in Conducting

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Graduate study in choral conducting is available at the masters and doctoral levels. With abundant podium time leading our choral ensembles, our curriculum balances practical experiences with rigorous training in music history, analysis, and performance skills. Graduate students work closely with faculty to prepare for careers as professional musicians. For more information, please contact Andrew Crow.