Men's Choir

Since 1895, the Baylor University Men’s Choir (BUMC) has brought joy and musical excellence to Baylor’s campus. This auditioned choir of over 100 men represents diverse majors, states, and countries. The dynamic community of the BUMC includes dodgeball tournaments, intramural sports, campus events, local community outreach, and global mission work - all of which contribute to the distinct brotherhood of the group.

On campus, the choir performs for Family Weekend, University Chapel, Christmas at Baylor, and specific concerts in the fall and spring. The Spring Concert has become a campus highlight due to its wide musical variety, as the choir has performed hits from The Lion King and Les Misérables alongside religious pieces, African folk songs, and other genres.

Serving the local community is paramount to the choir’s mission. The BUMC sings at an elementary school every Christmas, performs in nearby prisons, and hosts several events for high school choir kids from around Texas. On a global scale, the group maintains a strong commitment to international missions, with recent tours to Kenya and Argentina, performing songs in the native language. The BUMC has also consistently gained national recognition - performing at Carnegie Hall, Saint Bartholomew Episcopal Church in New York, the Texas Music Educators Convention, and the Southwest American Choral Director’s Association Convention.