Attention high school singers: If you will be in grades 9 -12 in 2019-20, love to sing and are ready to commit to rehearsing and performing with an award-winning high school a cappella ensemble, audition for `Til Dawn this Spring! Read on below for more information and a link to our audition registration form.
`Til Dawn Auditions
Monday, May 13, 2019, 4:00 pm
Youth in Arts
917 C Street, San Rafael CA
More information about auditioning for `Til Dawn…
What should I prepare?
Auditionees should prepare one minute of one song of any genre. It’s probably better if the genre is pop, jazz, rock, r&b, gospel, folk or blues, though, since that’s the stuff that we typically sing.
How long will the audition process take?
This one is a hard one to answer. It’s partially dependent on turnout, but we encourage you to be ready to stay until 10:30pm. Don’t worry though, rehearsals are never this late. Please bring a snack for yourself and a coat in case it it cold.
What is the audition process like?
Should I bring a resumé or photo?
We don’t need a resume or a headshot. We take a digital photo to remember you by.
‘Til Dawn is an advanced performance group and rehearses five hours a week, roughly forty-eight weeks a year. In addition to the rehearsals, ‘Til Dawn averages about 35 performances a year; these typically include a mix of community events, fairs, festivals, elementary and middle schools, private parties, mental health centers and radio and television appearances. The tuition is $200/month. Scholarships are available and no students will be turned away for lack of funds. The group typically goes on three weekend-long retreats a year to strengthen the interpersonal relationships in the group. We are looking for people who want to learn about music, about performing, about listening and about being a part of an ensemble.
For more information (or for a printed version) download our `Til Dawn Information Sheet (PDF)
Wanna hear us?
If there are any questions you still have after reading all our information, feel free to email Austin Willacy.