Performing the greatest hits of the 60's and 70's–of the 1500's that is–since 2007!

You have landed at the website/blog of the Madrigal Singers of Boston College, BC's student-run group dedicated to performing high-quality chamber choral works with roots in and around the Renaissance. Although we specialize in madrigals and motets, we have been known to perform some more contemporary settings now and then. Our group attracts members from many different musical backgrounds with varying levels of experience--however, all of our members share (at least) one common thread: we all have a passion for bringing the choral art to life and having lots of fun in the process.



Next Year’s E-Board!

The votes are cast, the ballots are counted, and we’re excited to announce our new E-Board for the 2015-2016 school year!!

President: Michele Becker, ’16
Music Director: Josh Seo, ’17
Treasurer: Jason Kerestes, ’17
Social Coordinator: Pamela Hickey, ’16

Congratulations to the new officers! It was a very close race and we know that everyone who ran would’ve done an excellent job. We wish everyone could win!

And Our Newest Member is….

…none other than Justin Lee, tenor and BC ’17!  A huge warm welcome and congratulations to Justin!  We’re all super excited to make beautiful music all together this semester!

Eric Whitacre is just as excited as we are!

Eric Whitacre is just as excited as we are!


Thank you to everyone who came out and auditioned for us! You are all amazing and talented singers, but we unfortunately could not take everyone.  Please keep singing and audition for us again in the Fall!

Spring 2015 Auditions!!

We’re so excited to be back on campus for the spring semester and making beautiful music together once more! And we’re pleased to announce that our Spring 2015 auditions will take place on Friday, January 23rd, 5-7pm, and on Saturday, January 24th, 12-5pm on the 4th floor of Lyons Hall! Tell all your friends, and we hope to see you there!


The Madrigal Singers 7th Annual Christmas Concert: In the Moon of Wintertime!

We are pleased to announce our 7th annual Christmas Concert- In the Moon of Wintertime!  As you may have guessed, we will be performing “‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime/Huron Carol,” as well as many other pieces, including a piece by Victoria and the world premiere of an arrangement of “What Child is This” by our very own Josh Seo, BC ’17!  He created a really beautiful and interesting take on the traditional Christmas carol, so this is a concert you definitely won’t want to miss!


We’ll see you there!

New CD!!

We are happy to announce that the recordings from our new CD- Verily, Madly, Deeply– are officially available for your viewing pleasure on our YouTube channel! You can see the videos in playlist form here!  If you would like a FREE hard copy of the CD, shoot us an email at and let us know how many you would like and to where we should send them!

You should give special attention to our “El Grillo” video- it’s full of lovely pictures from our 2013-2014 season!

Like and share the videos and leave us some nice comments in the YouTube comments section!

New Madri-guys and Madri-gals!!

We’re so excited to welcome new Mads into the group!

And so is Eric Whitacre

And so is Eric Whitacre


SUPER huge thank you to everyone who came out and auditioned for us!  You are all lovely and amazingly talented singers but we sadly could not take you all :(

Without further adieu, the new members of the Madrigal Singers!



Claudia Pasche



Margaret Dauer

Regina Munch



Jason Kerestes


We can’t wait to make beautiful music with you!!


And here’s an extra celebratory picture of Eric Whitacre, because you can never have too much Eric Whitacre in your life.


His smolder is even better than Flynn Rider's

His smolder is even better than Flynn Rider’s


(Sorry Flynn, you just can't compare)

(Sorry, Flynn. You just can’t compare.)


On Friday, September 19th, Mads joined all of BC’s other a cappella groups and performed in Acappellafest- a benefit concert hosted by the BC Acoustics to raise money for The Morgan Center!  The Morgan Center is a nonprofit organization that gives preschool-aged children that are undergoing cancer treatment the opportunity to socialize and interact with each other since they are unable to attend regular school due to their suppressed immune systems.  It was a great concert for an even greater cause!

More information about The Morgan Center can be found on their website.

All the a cappella groups did wonderfully and it was such an inspiration to meet Morgan and her parents!  We’re looking forward to performing in Acappellafest for Morgan and other children with cancer for many years to come!

If you want to read more about Acappellafest, check out this article published by The Heights!  Thanks to everyone who came out to support BC’s a cappella groups and The Morgan Center!

All 2013-2014 returning members before performing at Acapellafest!

All 2013-2014 returning members before performing at Acapellafest!


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