In November of 1941, a recruitment poster called sopranos, altos, tenors and basses to come audition for a new symphonic choir.
Today, the Cathedral Choral Society, the oldest symphonic choral group in Washington D.C., is known for its exciting performances and welcoming camaraderie.
Regular rehearsals are held seasonally on Monday nights from 7:30-10:00pm at Washington National Cathedral. Typically the season starts the Monday after Labor Day and concludes after the final concert in May.
About the Audition:
Auditions are approximately 10 minutes long and include:
-a solo piece of your choosing (at least 4 minutes in length), or two shorter, contrasting solo pieces
-ear-training and pitch-matching exercises