Thank you for your interest in auditioning for the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir…one of the nation’s oldest and largest independent symphonic choruses. The Choir is proud of its many singers, whose talent and dedication make possible the dramatic excitement and vocal beauty that are the musical signatures of this fine ensemble. We look forward to the opportunity to let you learn more about the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, and to meeting you at your audition.
On this website, you will find helpful information about the audition process, which will be helpful to you in your preparations. And please…don’t worry about being nervous! Everyone has had to audition to be a part of this ensemble, and we promise to do everything we can to make you comfortable, so that you may sing with confidence.
Current Choir members have a rich variety of backgrounds, and, that’s a good thing, since it makes our shared music making even more rewarding and effective. Some have advanced degrees in music, some are music teachers, and some have simply discovered that they love to sing. What they all have in common, however, is a dedication to energetic work and musical self-improvement, as we share together our love of singing, and the joy of beautiful choral music. If this also describes you, then you’ve come to the right place!
I look forward to meeting (and hearing) you soon!
The Indianapolis Symphonic Choir is always looking for singers to join in the singing. If you already have experience singing and wish to join the premier choral organization, we would like to hear from you!
The next round of auditions will be held in late-May 2016 for persons interested in joining the Choir for its October 2016 performance at New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Auditions for other performances of the 2016/2017 season will be held in September 2016. Each season is full of monumental performances and special events – something for everyone – and the 80th Anniversary season opens with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir’s first performance at the acclaimed Carnegie Hall in nealry 40 years.