Auditions Announced for the MAY FESTIVAL CHORUS

MFC_logoBe among the first to sing on stage at the newly renovated Music Hall! Robert Porco, director of choruses, will be holding open auditions for all voice parts during the summer and early fall. Auditions are by appointment only and will be held on the following dates:

THU SEP 7 | 4-9 pm
FRI SEP 8 | 4-9 pm

Other dates/times may be available on request. All auditions to be held at Knox Presbyterian Church. More information:

Those auditioning are asked to prepare two solos from classical literature, one in English and one in a foreign language. Sight reading and extensive vocalization are also a part of the audition process. An accompanist will be provided.

For more information or to schedule an audition please call the May Festival Office at 513 744-3229 or email:

Rehearsals are regularly scheduled for Tuesday evenings from 7:00-10:00 pm at Music Hall. The season runs from a September 9th retreat though the 2018 May Festival.

The May Festival Chorus has earned acclaim locally, nationally and internationally for its musicality, vast range of repertoire and sheer power of sound. The Chorus of 130 professionally trained singers is the core artistic element of the Cincinnati May Festival as well as the official chorus of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops.

We are anticipating a very exciting season ahead as we return to Cincinnati’s newly renovated Music Hall. The upcoming season will include performances with the CSO of major works by Bach, Brahms, Debussy, Carl Orff and a world premiere by Julia Adolphe. The 2018 May Festival repertoire will be announced soon.

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