SLCA ENSEMBLE AUDITIONS
Auditions for the 2021-2022 season are open!
For more information about our ensembles, please see our Ensembles page.
SLCA auditions are ongoing throughout the season, so please apply now!
You may submit your audition materials digitally or schedule an audition with Dr. Allred via Zoom/FaceTime ,Skype, etc.
Procedure for auditioning for SLCA:
1) Check the audition requirements for the ensemble(s) you are interested in below.
2) Fill out the Audition Form : SLCA Audition Form
You will have the option to include links, directly attach your files, or have us contact you about a remote audition when you submit your form.
Please inquire by email if you have any questions or concerns or would like more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Women's Choir
For your video recording, please include the following:
1. Please prepare a piano-accompanied solo of your own choice, preferably sostenuto (legato or smooth). A hymn or folk song is also appropriate. The purpose of this is to hear you on music with which you feel comfortable and that will demonstrate your vocal ability.
2. Please include on your video recording a few vocalizes (or warm-up exercises) that will show your comfortable high range and low range. (For example, a five-tone scale up and down ascending by half-steps.)
Please make sure you are able to commit to the full 2021-2022 season of concerts. (Draft schedule will be available soon.) Because of the precautions and safety measures related to the pandemic, we will be following all governmental guidelines and adjust rehearsals and concerts as needed.
Please fill out the SLCA Audition Form.
Salt Lake Vocal Artists
For those interested in auditioning for the Vocal Artists, the touring choir, please arrange an in-person audition with Dr. Allred. Depending on your comfort level, this could also be done by Zoom, Skype, or FaceTime. Email: Brady.Allred@saltlakechoralartists.org.
Please prepare a piano-accompanied solo of your own choice, preferably sostenuto (legato or smooth). A hymn or folk song is also appropriate. The purpose of this is to hear you on music with which you feel comfortable and that will demonstrate your vocal ability. You will also be asked to vocalize, and sight-read.
Question: Is there an age limit to join SLCA?
Answer: No! We have singers of all ages singing in all of our ensembles!
Question: Do I have to be a professional singer to join SLCA?
Answer: No! We invite singers of all abilities to come sing with us.
Question: Does my recording need to be professional quality?
Answer: Nope! Whatever you have available to use is good enough. As long as your voice is clear and there is a minimum of background noise.
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