Young Artist Audition Format & Application
Audition Format

Auditions take place each year in late spring/early summer in front of a small panel of judges. Auditions last approximately 20 minutes and will include sight reading, tonal memory and vocalization.

Singers are asked to present three vocal selections that demonstrate their range, timbre, flexibility, diction, expressiveness and stage presence:

– a Baroque aria from a cantata, oratorio or mass in any language (this does not need to be memorized)
– an operatic aria in a foreign language (this should be performed from memory)
– an operetta/musical theatre song in English, suitable for informal entertainment (this should be performed from memory)

An accompanist will be provided. Please bring sheet music for the accompanist marked with changes in tempo, dynamics, ritards, etc.

Should you be granted an audition, we will require one letter of recommendation from a voice teacher or choral director giving a professional evaluation of your musicianship, leadership abilities, dependability and vocal potential.  This should be brought with you to your audition.
Name: *
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Street: *
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City, State, Zip *
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Cell Phone *
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Birthday *
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Degree Completed or Pursuing and University: *
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Voice Part *
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Vocal Experience (please list years of private vocal study and names of private vocal teachers): *
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Choral Experience (please list years of experience in any ensemble whether it be college, church or community/professional): *
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Please list solo performance experience: *
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Are you currently studying voice privately? *
Instruments on which you are proficient (please list lessons/years of experience for each): *
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How did you learn about the Bach Society Young Artist opportunity? *
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Have you heard the Bach Society Chorus in concert? *
Have you visited the Bach Society website? *
Please list your audition selections (if known), including title and composer. *
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