Chamber Choir auditions for all members will take place at the end of spring quarter before the next year. For the audition process, please see information below.
Being accepted into Chamber Choir is a two-part process: The first part is the audition. After the audition, selected individuals will be invited to a callback audition.
AUDITION SIGN UPS!
Sign ups for Chamber Choir auditions are online.
Sign Up Here
NOTE - Returning 2015-2016 Chamber Choir members need to re-audition for the 2016-2017 CWU Chamber Choir.
There are two things you must prepare.
The 15-20 minute audition consists of:
IMPORTANT - PLEASE ARRIVE 5-10 minutes before your scheduled time We will take your student number, phone number, address, and email address and summer (or permanent) address. Female Chamber Choir hopefuls will also be measured for the required outfit (to be purchased by you).
**contact Dr. Weidenaar (Gary.Weidenaar@cwu.edu)
When you sign up, try to take the earliest time available
Callbacks are to see how various voices match, how well personalities mesh, and how well singers take directions – as well as to determine whether singers have the capacity and discipline to learn the assigned excerpts.
ALL SINGERS, both returning members and Chamber Choir hopefuls invited to the callbacks, are expected to learn the callback excerpt. During the callbacks, both the callback excerpt AND the two audition excerpts will be sung alone and in groups.
Be prepared to sing some or all of the excerpts alone during the callback session
Callback Auditions: Wednesday, June 8, 6-9 p.m.
Results of the audition will be posted on both Dr. Weidenaar’s office door and on the choral (ACDA) bulletin board near the choir room (Rm. 153).
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