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Who can audition for Vox Una

Vox Una is open to any student currently attending a single-gender Catholic high school in the St. Louis area. Students must be a member of a choral ensemble at their school (if one exists), as this opportunity is meant to complement the music education they are already receiving.

This is designed to be an honor choir for high-level music students, and participation will be limited to singers who are selected through the audition process. Additionally, students must exhibit good moral character, humility, and kindness towards others. Students will be expected to read music. Due to constraints of practice time, it will not be possible to teach sight-reading at rehearsals. This required skill is a prerequisite in order for students to be successful with the challenging repertoire.

How to audition

Interested students will sing in front of a panel of choral music educators (Artistic Council). They should be prepared to sight-read, perform aural recall patterns, and sing one verse of “Silent Night” or “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” unaccompanied.

Auditions for the 2023-2024 season have concluded. However, interested students may still complete the Audition Interest form.

FAQ

Read our frequently asked questions to learn more about Vox Una, including the type of music performed, tuition, time commitments, and more.

Meet the staff

Executive Director Addie Akin founded Vox Una to provide a rich and professional musical experience for talented high school singers. Read more about our history and staff.

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