The ETSU Chorale is a mixed ensemble composed of music majors and non majors from across all campus disciplines. Members are chosen through a selective audition process and must be dedicated to the highest level of artistry. The group performs in a variety of styles and genres, ranging from music of the Renaissance to newly-composed works. The Chorale tours throughout both the United States and abroad to provide students with unique performance opportunities. The Chorale is directed by Dr. Matthew Potterton.
The ETSU Women's Choir is open to all students on campus who are dedicated to the performance of choral music. The group tours throughout the region, and performs a four-concert series each year. The ensemble is directed by Dr. Matthew Potterton.
BucsWorth Men's Choir performs a variety of repertoire, ranging from traditional choral standards to contemporary arrangements. The group performs a four-concert series each year, and tours throughout the region. The ensemble is directed by Dr. Alan Stevens.
Greyscale performs music in a fusion of jazz and contemporary styles. This highly select ensemble is composed of twelve members, six men and six women. The group explores the repertoire of jazz standards, and often performs with an instrumental combo. Additionally, the group explores new arrangements of popular music that are completely unaccompanied. Greyscale is in high demand throughout the community and larger region. The group tours often throughout the United States and occasionally abroad.