Ebony Singers

      Ebony Singers

The Ebony Singers will be a study of African-American religious music through the media of performance. The areas of study will consist of traditional gospel, contemporary gospel, spirituals, and hymns in the African-American tradition. The members of the group will be chosen through a rigorous audition (with certain voice qualities and characteristics.)

 Auditions:

Interested students should record themselves singing for 59 seconds or less.

Videos should be emailed to the instructor at mmonts@wesleyan.edu no later than 11:59pm on 9/5/21

Videos will be reviewed and select students will be invited to audition on Monday, 9/6/21 for the instructor. 

Invited students will then sign up for an audition no later than 5pm on Monday 9/6/21.

 

Additional Requirements for Auditions:   

In addition to your up to 59 second singing (only) video:

Include your name and class year

Indicate the part that you sing (SATB)

Write in 100 words or less why you think you would be a good fit for the Ebony Singers

 

 

 

Click here to visit WesMaps to learn more about the course.