The Cornell University Chorus performs a diverse repertoire ranging from liturgical settings to folk songs, from works of the Renaissance period to recent compositions commissioned specifically for the Chorus. The Chorus also sings traditional Songs of Cornell, including The Hill, Give My Regards to Davy, Song of the Classes, the Evening Song and the Alma Mater.

In addition, the Chorus frequently collaborates with other ensembles on major works, including past performances of Verdi's Requiem and Beethoven's Missa Solemnis with the Cornell University Glee Club and Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, and Bach's St. John Passion under the direction of world famous Bach tenor and conductor Peter Schreier. Most recent collaborative performances include Bach’s St. Matthew Passion with the New York State Baroque Orchestra, the debut of Cantares, commissioned by Cornell faculty Roberto Sierro, at Carnegie Hall with the American Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Leon Botstein, a tour collaboration with the Morehouse College Glee Club, and Lili Boulanger's Du fond de l'abîme with the Cornell Glee Club and Symphony Orchestra.

No Whining, No Flowers: Learn more about the Chorus' effort to diversify women's choral music through this commissioning project, which seeks out female composers to set unique texts by female writers.

Cornell Songs: Learn more about the Cornell Songs frequently performed by the Chorus, including the Evening Song and Alma Mater.