Membership in A.C. Singers is open by audition to all students of the College. These students must be active in the Angelina College Chorale. Dance for the Performing Arts is required, as this ensemble is directed to show choir material. Traditional music, contemporary, pop, jazz, and musical theatre are emphasized. This group performs for the campus, for state and national conventions and local and statewide programs. They present a major two-act concert, Showtime, each year and perform for local schools.
Angelina College Choir
The Angelina College Choir is open by audition to all students of the College. In addition to regular campus performances, the choir will appear in concerts before civic organizations, participate in the musical theatre production each fall. The choir elects officers from the sophomore and freshman classes.
Assemblies and Recitals
Recitals are given by members of the music faculty. The best in classical and contemporary compositions is presented. In addition, visiting artists’ programs and lectures of general musical interest are presented. Music students have an opportunity to appear in recitals and/or performance classes that provide a valuable laboratory period to perform before an audience.
Angelina College provides a varied athletic program for all of its students. Inter-collegiate competition involves basketball and baseball. Angelina College is a member of the Texas Eastern Athletic Conference. For further information concerning any of these programs, contact the Athletic Director.
Angelina College students produce two publications, The Pacer, a newspaper, and AC View, a general interest magazine. Editorial and photography positions are available on both publications for journalism and non-journalism majors. The coordinator of student publications selects students for staff positions on the basis of their potential contributions as editors, writers, layout artists, and photographers. The Pacer and AC View are produced on Macintosh computers using InDesign Creative Suite software. The publications staff have won numerous awards in Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and Texas Community College Journalism Association competitions. The student publication experience can be a practical preparation for a career in one of the areas of journalism or an introduction to a lifetime hobby. Many future leaders discover that the involvement and skills necessary to produce a publication provide excellent leadership training for any career.