Undergraduate vocalist Marc Lindgren accepted to two summer programs with vocal ensemble Chanticleer

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Baritone Marc Lindgren, a first-year student in the College, was accepted into the 2022 Chanticleer in Sonoma Choral Workshop as well as Chanticleer’s Consort Singers Program. These programs offer participants access to an accelerated choral learning experience within Chanticleer’s choral education curriculum and are open to a small number of students each year. Congratulations, Marc!

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Marc Lindgren is an undergraduate student from London, England and is planning to double major in both music and economics at the University of Chicago. He has a wide range of musical pursuits including playing the cello and composing, but his current focus is singing. Marc holds the position of Choral Scholar at the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel Choir. He has a keen interest in the music of Bach as well as both the German and English song traditions, recently performing works from George Butterworth’s setting of the A Shropshire Lad and Gerald Finzi’s Let us garlands bring. Marc is also founder and director of the undergraduate vocal octet known as The Bond Singers, who will soon be performing in the Smart Museum and Bond Chapel at the end of this quarter.