The Gregorian Singers will be auditioning singers for all parts as we plan our 2021-22 season. We are a small ensemble (12-16 voices), first founded in 1973, that specializes in, but is not limited to, the performance of early sacred and secular music. In previous years we have performed the first extant opera, music of the Burgundian school, a concert of new music by local composers, and, most recently, a concert of old and new Scandinavian music. We are seeking singers with clear voices that blend and who can sight-read well. Singers are paid per call following each performance. The Gregorian Singers rehearse on Tuesday evenings at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Lake of the Isles, in Minneapolis, and anticipate beginning rehearsals in late September or early October. For more information or to schedule an audition please contact Artistic Director Monte Mason at or phone 612-823-1688.
Announcing 21V auditions in July and August 2021!
We’re calling soprano and alto voices of all genders and gender identities to join a professional-caliber ensemble in crafting a new choral sound. Stipends offered. For more information, please contact us at or visit our auditions page at https://mailchi.mp/e9a4f36cec52/21v-audition
To be considered for 21V’s initial singer roster, please submit an Audition Request Form no later than July 30, 2021.
Founded in 2021 by Dr. Martín Benvenuto, 21V will explore a broad identity of 21st century music of the Americas, inspiring awareness and advocacy for underrepresented American continent perspectives. To inaugurate our first season, 21V is premiering a new commission celebrating the Tulsa community.
Please share this exciting opportunity with your networks!
Melodia Women’s Choir of NYC, Cynthia Powell Artistic Director, is an acclaimed ensemble of 30+ singers who explore, create, and perform both classical and contemporary works composed for women’s voices and instrumental ensembles. Melodia is a professionally-managed, grant-funded organization. Concerts are presented in November and April/May each season. We are currently auditioning singers for our 2021-2022 season. Our fall program will explore a wide range of pieces written within the 20th century for women’s voices, flute, strings, and piano. Singers need strong sight-reading skills and choral experience. High-level, friendly group. Contact or for an audition.
If you are looking for a new piece for your winter repertoire, which is also suitable for other periods of the year, I invite you to take part in my project.
The deadline for participation in my consortium is 31 July!
This is a demo (https://youtu.be/-SnZ1DT6ESw) of the music I wrote for the first stanza of Sara Teasdale’s “Winter Stars” poem, which gave me inspiration. Listen to it and if you want to participate, click on the link:
The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus is seeking new singers for the 2021.22 Season. Audition dates will be July 30 & 31 and August 13 & 14, 2021.
For more details about auditions, please visit https://www.mso.org/about/chorus/ and click through to the online singer information form. Fill out and submit the form, and our Chorus Manager will contact you with further details, answer any questions you may have, and provide further information about setting up an audition appointment.
This will be the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus’s first season performing in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s beautiful new home, the Bradley Symphony Center. All performances and most rehearsals will be on the stage of the new Allen-Bradley Hall, which has been equipped with a state-of-the art ventilation system.
The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, founded in 1976, is known and respected as one of the finest choruses in the country. Under the direction of Dr. Cheryl Frazes Hill, the 2021.22 chorus season with the MSO will include Holiday Pops, the immensely popular Messiah, a world premiere of Grieg’s Peer Gynt, Duruflé’s Requiem, and to finish the season, the glorious Symphony No. 9 by Beethoven. The 150-member volunteer chorus has been praised by reviewers for “technical agility,” “remarkable ensemble cohesion,” and “tremendous clarity.”
We anticipate an exciting first season of in-person performances in our acoustically excellent, gorgeous new concert hall and are eager to welcome new talent to our endeavors.