Fall 2022 Auditions
Contact: Professor Robert Duff
Choral auditions will take place on Wednesday, August 24, Friday, August 26 and Wednesday, August 31. To join either choir, please sign up for a fall 2022 vocal hearing here! Vocal hearings are informal, and consist of (1) testing range of voice, (2) testing your ear for pitch replication, and (3) reading a short work together. No prepared work is required.
Location: Slosberg 210
Contact: Professor Sarah Mead
New and returning EME members are invited to attend the Early Music Ensemble Open House, which will take place on Tuesday, August 30 at 5:30 p.m. where they can: meet the instruments, the players, and the director; learn about the ensemble; and schedule an informal audition. (Note: the ensemble will NOT meet on Thursday, August 25)
Can't make it to the Open House? Email Sarah Mead with questions and to set up a time to meet.
Location: Slosberg Recital Hall
Contact: Tom Hall, director
Any interested students who want to check out the class can come to the first class of the semester, which will be Tuesday, August 30 at 6:30 p.m. Attendance at this first Introductory class is required for students who are new to the ensemble–returning students are welcome, but your attendance is not required. In this class, I will give an overview of the work we will be doing, and establish the foundations for the semester's exploration.
Location: Slosberg 212
Contact: Professor Bob Nieske
Auditions will take place on Friday, August 26 between 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sign up will be available in the lobby of the Slosberg Music Center at the start of the semester. Visit the jazz ensemble page for a full list of audition requirements.
Location: Slosberg 235
What to Bring to Campus
Visit the webpages of the ensembles you plan to participate in for details about concert attire. For example, in the orchestra, men perform in tuxedos and women in black concert dress.
If you plan to take lessons or participate in an instrumental ensemble, bring a metronome.
Wind players participating in orchestra must own an electronic tuner such as the Korg CA-30, or one that produces musical tones in addition to indicating the pitch of the note you are playing. They can be ordered online or by calling 800-348-5003.