The choir has had two logos. First of them served us honestly from 1971 to 2002. The new logo was designed by our singer Tarmo Rajamets. The orange used in there has become our unofficial colour.
The choir got its first flag in 1975. In 1989 a new flag was sewn and modernized after a rename to Tartu University Chamber Choir. A chest pin was also in use in the 1980s.
The choir uniform has changed several times during the years as can be seen from our photo gallery. Today, female singers wear a long-sleeved black dress with orange poppy flower embroidery. Male singers wear a tuxedo. The choir has always respected national costumes and where possible, worn them – at song festivals and other appropriate events, the choir wears national costumes that the singers have acquired according to their own wishes and possibilities. The bright variety of national costume sets originating from different parishes symbolizes the fact characteristic to a university choir – all of the singers also come from different parts of Estonia.