The Concordia Choir is a 72-member mixed choir of students at Concordia College, in Moorhead, Minnesota, United States. In addition to performing on campus regularly, the Concordia Choir has and continues to perform at locations around the world. Although international tours are only made once every 4 years, the choir travels around the U.S. for 2 weeks every year during its annual national tour in mid-late February. The choir has had three conductors since its founding in 1920, through which it grew under Paul J. Christiansen, who conducted it from 1937-1986. Since 1986, the choir has been conducted by René Clausen. It has performed in venues including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Centre.