Indian Springs Choir

Each year, more than 100 of our students come together to form a choir worthy of universities, art centers, and cathedrals around the world.

Hailed by one reviewer as a “symbol of excellence," the Indian Springs School Concert Choir and smaller Chamber Choir delight audiences of all ages and diverse backgrounds in cities from San Antonio, Chicago, and New York City to Lucerne, Madrid, and Edinburgh.

The New York Times described the choir’s Lincoln Center debut as "a superb projection that would have done credit to any professional chorus." The choirs continue to garner critical praise for their sensitivity and "exciting, vibrant" singing. Upon hearing a recording of the Chamber Choir singing his setting of Ubi Caritas during its 2013 tour to Switzerland, composer Ola Gjeilo sent a personal note to the group: “Heartfelt thanks to the Indian Springs School Choir for their beautiful performance of my Ubi Caritas. I was touched by the passion and musicianship they expressed.”

Led by Director of Choral Music Lee Wright, the groups sing an extraordinary range of music, including major Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th-century works; Broadway tunes; spirituals; arrangements of well-known pop hits; and traditional folk songs performed in up to 15 original languages.

More than 100 students sing in the Concert Choir, which tours domestically each year. A third of those singers also take part in the Chamber Choir, which also tours internationally.


List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Lee Wright

    Lee Wright 

    Director of Choral Music
  • Photo of Hye-Sook Jung

    Hye-Sook Jung 

    Director of Instrumental Music, Choir Accompanist