Choirs in Philippines
  • Ateneo College Glee Club (Official site) It was in 1921, the year the American Jesuits took over the administration of Ateneo Municipal de Manila from the Spaniards, that the Ateneo Glee Club was organized primarily to provide liturgical music at the San Ignacio Church in old Intramuros.
  • Ateneo de Manila College Glee Club
  • AUP Indonesian Chorale The AUP Indonesian Chorale is now in its sixth year anniversary of Christian ministry though music. The Chorale represent one of the accomplished touring choir of Adventist University of the Philippines. Composing entirely of Indonesian students, the group has traveled to many parts of the Philippines. Overseas tour, includes a Christmas tour to Jakarta and surrounding cities in 1997, performing in churches, national TV, and other premiere music and arts conservatories
  • Coro de Sta. Cecilia. Students and young professionals who love music make up the Coro de Sta. Cecilia. The active members number around 20 now. But in 1996, there were only 10 and they didn’t even have a permanent conductor. They decided to call themselves the Coro de Sta. Cecilia after the patron saint of music.
  • Coro Techniuv Grand Prix winner of the 1st interfolkloric Chorale Competition in Russia. 1st prize winner of the 2nd Rimini International Choir Competition. Coro has also been recognized as a member of MADZ et al – the largest network of choirs worldwide under the world-acclaimed Philippine Madrigal Singers – and participated in some of the most celebrated choral events including the Annual Marian Festival, Madz et al Choral Festival, and A Life Shaped by Music, a tribute to National Artist for Music Professor Andrea O. Veneracion. They had their 1st International Tour summer of 2007 wherein they went to Malaysia, Singapore and Australia for a series of concerts. Presently, they are serving at the Kristong Hari Quasi Parish, Paliparan, Dasmarinas, Cavite under the spiritual guidance of their Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Gilbert Urubio. With their repertoire ranging from Renaissance to religious classics, folk to contemporary music adding an eye for excellence, artistry and musicality, the Coro Techniuv will surely continue to sing their way into perfection of their craft.
  • Del Pilar Academy Choir
  • Himig Batingaw is the pioneer choral group in the Our Lady of the Pillar Parish in Imus, Cavite. The Choir was founded on March of 1979 by a group of graduating students of the Imus Institute to sings for that year's baccalaureate mass. The resulting sucess got them an invitation to sing regularly at the 8AM Sunday mass in the Imus Cathedral. In the first few years of the choir's existence, they conducted rehearsals at the church belfry, hence the name Himig (melody) and Batingaw (peal of the bells). The choir is very influential in the rise and development of choral music in the parish, having introduced new pieces for liturgical use most of which are composed or arranged for the group and having graduated noted local musicians and singers from its ranks.
  • Himig Singers
  • Hiraya Male Vocal Ensemble Since its inception in 2000, Hiraya Men's Chorus has steadily made itself known to the chorale world through its delightful and meaningful interpretations of songs.  The name Hiraya, also rendered in traditional alphabet, loosely means "vision", "imagination" and "dream", and appropriately defines their beginnings and their unique character
  • IMUSICAPELLA
  • Kilyawan Boys Choir
  • Koro La Naval
  • Lyceum Institute of Technology Chorale
  • Manila Vocal Ensemble (official website)
  • Mapua Concert Singers The birth of the Mapúa Concert Singers, formerly known as Mapúa Singing Ambassadors, brought forth a new side to the known hardcore technical school Mapua Institute of Technology. The new name was formally introduced on August 2, 2001
  • Maria Immaculada Choir For the past sixteen years, The Maria Immaculada Choir has been serving at Immaculate Conception Cathedral, formerly known as Immaculate Conception Parish and at San Felipe -Santiago Sub Parish in Bambang, Pasig. Founded by Bless Reyes Gabatin and Allan Gabatin on June of 1992 the group was then called Lingkod ni Maria Immaculada Choir which then served at 5am mass every Sunday, It was in year 1997 when the group was named Mari Immaculada Choir. The group also serves at SM Megamall Chapel of the Eucharistic Lord every 4th Sunday of the month since February of 1999 and now takes the 5pm mass at Immaculate Conception Cathedral every Sunday. Truly the Maria Immaculada Choir lives not only by their old motto “One for God, Servants forever” but journeys with one heart towards Christ.

  • Novo Concertante Manila
  • Octava Choral Society
  • Palawan Center for the Arts - The Chamber Choir
  • Philippine Chamber Choir
  • Philippine Women's University Chorale, Manila
  • San Beda High School Glee Club
  • SONUS JUVENTUS - The University of Baguio Science High School Choir
  • Technological Institute of the Philippines Choral Society
  • Tiples de Santo Domingo (Santo Domingo Boys Choir) This is one and the same group better known by the first name.  It was established in the year 1587 by Spanish Dominican priests in Santo Domingo Church, Philippines.

  • University of Santo Tomas College of Science Glee Club
  • University of Santo Tomas Singers
  • University of the East Chorale (UE Chorale) The UE Chorale is the Official Choir of the University of the East. It was founded in JUne 1992 as the UE Glee Club consisting of students from the different colleges of the University. Apart from singing for official functions in the University, other activities of the UE Chorale include participation in the MADEZ Et. AI, a yearly festival hosted by the Philippine Madrigal Singers; performances in several Philippine government functions and other worthy projects.
  • University of the Philippines Concert Chorus The University of the Philippines Concert Chorus is the official State University choir. As one of the first choral groups established in the university, the UP Concert Chorus has defined and achieved a proud career showcasing excellent Filipino artistry in music and dance to captive local and international audiences. After 45 years, the UPCC has grown from an excellent university chorus to an entity of national stature to a choir of international recognition
  • University of the Philippines Madrigal Singers The University of the Philippines Madrigal Singers also known as the Philippine Madrigal Singers comprise a group of students, faculty members and alumni from the different colleges of the University of the Philippines. Founded by National Artist for Music Andrea Veneracion, they gained tremendous international acclaim when they won in the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing in Arezzo, Italy on August 2007, making them the first and only choir in the world to win the grand prize twice in the competition's entire history
  • University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors (UPSA) is based in Quezon City, Philippines. They are the university's official performing group for choreographed choral music and the resident choir of UP's College of Art and Letters.
  • UP Staff Chorale Society
  • Voice of Cebu (VOX)