Charleston Men’s Chorus holds new member auditions
Attention all male chorus singers! The Charleston Men’s Chorus (CMC) will hold new member auditions for its new season starting on Monday, September 10, 2018. CMC strives to continually improve the quality, caliber, and diversity of the Chorus and ensemble groups through new members and invites all qualified male singers to apply for an audition. Prospective members should be able to read music and, ideally, have choral singing experience. To be considered for an audition, please apply online at www.charlestonmenschorus.org.
Charleston Men’s Chorus was founded in 1990 to fill the need in the Lowcountry arts community for the distinctive harmonies of a male chorus. The non‐profit group is an auditioned choir of approximately 70 members. CMC is directed by internationally renowned countertenor and director Ricard Bordas and distinguished musician Pamela Nelson serves as the chorus’s piano accompanist. While their annual Christmas and Memorial Day concerts define the group’s theme and choice of repertoire, the Spring concert offers CMC an opportunity to explore different themes and selections written for male choirs, including folk, theater or operatic pieces. Many of CMC offerings are by American composers, but musical traditions from around the world are also explored, from the madrigal and motet to folk song and anthems. Each year the Chorus is proud to award scholarships to vocal performance or music education majors at the College of Charleston and Charleston Southern University.