Each ensemble director will have their own criteria for admission and placement within their group. Please contact the director of the ensemble you wish to join for more information.
For Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, contact Jody Benecke [email@example.com|707.527.2665]
- Auditions will be by video submission through Flipgrid
- Use the following link: https://flipgrid.com/benecke5321
- Sign in using your Google or Microsoft email when prompted
- Promo video for Orchestra: SRJC Orchestra
- Promo video for Symphonic Band: SRJC Band
- Loaner instruments are available. Students do not need to be Music majors to participate.
SCHOLARSHIP & APPLIED MUSIC AUDITIONS (FALL 2021)
Students enrolled in SRJC performance ensembles are also eligible for music scholarships and individual lessons through Applied Music.
Applied Music auditions will be by video submission through Flipgrid. You do not need a Flipgrid account to participate.
- DEADLINE: Friday, August 20, 2021 at 1:00 PM; Auditions will be reviewed at that time.
- The Flipgrid link will be posted in early August, before the semester starts
See the Applied Music page for more information on our private lesson program.
Music Scholarship auditions are held each April for the following school year. A successful scholarship audition can also count for admission into the Applied Music program. See the Music Scholarships page for more information.
For both auditions, you should demonstrate sufficient skill to merit placement in a college-level performance ensemble.
Singers: Be prepared to sing a selection from the standard art song or operatic literature in Italian, English, German, or French. In some cases, a musical theatre selection is acceptable.
Instrumentalists: Be prepared to play a short piece, étude, or excerpt of a larger work from the standard repertoire for your instrument.
Jazz Studies students: For melody instruments, please be prepared to play a tune from standard jazz repertoire (both melody and improvisation). Rhythm section players (piano, guitar, bass, drums) should also be prepared to demonstrate accompaniment ("comping") skills in various styles. The use of pre-recorded backing tracks is acceptable.