OUR NEXT AUDITIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN AUGUST 2017!
If you love to sing and perform in front of thousands of people, we’d love to hear from you!
We welcome people of all ages from all musical backgrounds, professions and life experiences. Musical or vocal training is essential (especially the ability to sing in pitch and in harmony), but most importantly you must have a passion to sing and bring a strong commitment to learning music and taking direction.
Our 15-20 minute auditions include:
For the blend and harmony audition, please click the link below to view or download the music. Please learn your part (soprano, alto, tenor or bass) for this song. The song is Billy Joel’s And So It Goes and has great four part harmonies. You may bring the music to the audition if you desire.
You will be singing with 3 existing members of Revv52 from a section other than your own to complete a four-part harmony. If you’re not sure of your part, just pick one to prepare and that’ll work! Here is the video of Revv52 performing the Billy Joel classic at our concerts in January 2016. The section to watch and listen for the audition is from 0:33 to 1:33.
We will inform you within 24-48 hours if your audition was successful. You’ll be invited to participate in our first two rehearsals. Once we’ve had a chance to get to know each other, our Artistic Director will confirm your entrance into Revv52.
We promise you a lot of fun, a great opportunity to learn from a collective group of very talented people, and to be part of one of Calgary’s best kept traditions! We have over 65 years of history, a recent experience at Carnegie Hall, sold-out venues for our shows and a real opportunity to make a difference in the Canadian music scene!
If you’re interested in auditioning with us, download our Revv52 Audition Q&A, email us your answers to our questions on Page 2 (or bring the answers with you).
Our next auditions will be taking place in August, 2017. To register, or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at email@example.com.
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