The Chamber Choir is the flagship choir of the Alabama Choir School's five choirs. This group of extraordinary high school musicians was formed in 2006 by Mr. and Mrs. Procter and they sing the finest in choral literature for mixed voices. Many members of this choir have come through the ranks of the Alabama Choir School with ten years or more of singing experience in the younger choirs. In the spring semester each year, they travel to perform in and explore different cities around the country. Their first national tour was to Chicago in 2010 as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of ACS. They have also toured to Savannah, GA, Nashville, TN, Birmingham, AL, and the beaches of Alabama. In the spring of 2013, the Chamber Choir flew to Baltimore, MD for performances and also to explore that beautiful city, its Inner Harbor, fantastic museums and rich cultural history. In addition to performing in local schools and nursing homes, the Chamber Choir is featured each December in the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra's Family Christmas Concert, and is always a major part of the Alabama Choir School's Winter and Spring Concerts at the University of Alabama School of Music's beautiful Moody Concert Hall with the other five choirs. The Chamber Choir rehearses once a week on Wednesday afternoons from 4:15-6:00 PM and is taught by Mr. and Mrs. Procter, Mr. Diaz, and Dr. Taranto. In May of 2015, the Chamber Choir traveled with the Ambassador Choir on their thirtieth anniversary trip to Japan for music-making, fun and collaborations with young Japanese musicians! In March of 2017, the Chamber Choir worked with and performed the music of composer Andre Thomas in Lincoln Center's David Geffen Hall in New York City with full orchestra and choirs from all over the world.