Wright State University Collegiate Chorale announces auditions for the
2016-2017 school year. The Collegiate Chorale is the primary choral
ensemble of the University, performing throughout the school year and
frequently touring throughout the US and beyond. Most recently, the Collegiate
Chorale toured Italy over spring break 2016, singing in Rome, Florence and
Venice at world famous cathedrals and other major venues.
more about the Collegiate Chorale and to hear sample recordings and YouTube
videos, please go too our webpage: https://liberal-arts.wright.edu/music/about/ensembles/choirs
for the Collegiate Chorale are open to all
current Wright State
students regardless of major. Auditions for new members will be held on
the following dates:
August 22, 23, 25, 26, 29 and 30.
take approximately 10-15 minutes, and consist of a brief interview,
vocalization, pitch memory and sight singing exercises, and a brief solo song
(art song, hymn, or folk song arrangement). If you do not have your own
song, you will be asked to sing a simple well-known song like “My country ‘tis
of Thee.” An accompanist is provided free of charge.
addition to returning Collegiate Chorale members, we anticipate additional
openings in the following sections:
- One Soprano
- Two Altos
- One Tenor
- Two Basses or Baritones
audition, interested singers may contact Dr. Hank Dahlman (email@example.com
or 937-775-3721) to arrange an audition, or simply sign up for a audition
appointment on Dr. Dahlman’s office door, CAC M087B.
Collegiate Chorale is a regular credit-bearing course offering 1 credit hour at
either the undergraduate or graduate level (MUE 4990.01 or MUE 6990.01).
The Collegiate Chorale regularly rehearses on MWF 1:25-2:20 PM in CAC room
M152. In addition, there may be other rehearsals scheduled. All
rehearsals and performances are listed in a schedule of events distributed with
the syllabus at the beginning of the semester. Members of the Collegiate
Chorale are expected to attend all scheduled rehearsals or performances unless
excused by the director.