Oriana Choir

The Oriana Choir poses for a casual picture outdoors at the Rose Garden.
The entire choir stands on the front steps of the Dohenyi Memorial Library at USC for this picture. They are dressed in black concert attire.

As an ensemble composed of sopranos and altos of all gender identities, the USC Thornton Oriana Choir performs repertoire traditionally associated with treble choirs that ranges from choral masterworks to contemporary works from around the world. As an ensemble, Oriana strives to expand all aspects of the artistic spectrum while creating a tight-knit community of supportive relationships, enjoyable learning and unique performance opportunities. Conducted by graduate choral music students and advised by Dr. Cristian Grases, Oriana is a non-auditioned treble choir open to all USC students, faculty and staff—regardless of major. In a typical year, Oriana performs one concert per semester in the Alfred Newman Recital Hall, in addition to joining the entire choral department at the annual Winter Gala.

Oriana Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-5:50PM. To sing with us, email uschoral@usc.edu