Auditions: Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Milwaukee, WI

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Posted date:

11 Jun 2018

Chorus/organization name:

Milwaukee Symphony Chorus

Application Deadline:

27 Jun 2018

The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus will hold auditions for the 2018.19 season from June 18-30, 2018.
 
The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, founded in 1976, is known and respected as one of the finest choruses in the country.  The 150-member volunteer chorus has been praised by reviewers for “technical agility,” “remarkable ensemble cohesion,” and “tremendous clarity.” In addition to performances with the MSO, the chorus has appeared on public television and recorded performances on radio stations throughout the country. The chorus has performed a cappella concerts to sold-out audiences and has made guest appearances with other performing arts groups including Present Music, Milwaukee Ballet, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The chorus has also made appearances at suburban Chicago’s famed Ravinia Festival.
 
The 2018-19 Chorus Season Includes: 
Handel: The Messiah, Dec. 19-23
Wagner: The Flying Dutchman, Jan. 11, 13
Brahms: A German Requiem, March 29-30
Orff: Carmina Burana, June 21-23
 
 

Compensation and Benefits:

The Milwaukee Symphony Chorus is an all-volunteer chorus.

Application Procedure:

For more information, please go to mso.org/about/chorus.  Click through to the online audition request form, fill out with your information, and submit.  Our chorus manager will contact you with further information about the audition process and signing up for an audition appointment.

Interested singers are encouraged to submit an application as soon as possible, as appointments for the June 18-30 auditions are filling.  However, we will continue to accept applications and hear new singers until auditions have concluded.

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