The first round of auditions will be held in person. You will need to prepare a  pop solos of 1-2 minutes that covers the most creative part of the songs.


Audition forms, and sign-ups are due by TBD. Please send your files to


If you're interested, check out the resources below!  

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Audition Resources

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Enter your name, email, and the choir that you are a part of on this sign-up spreadsheet so that we know to expect you for auditions.

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Audition Form

Download and fill out this form. Email it to us at before auditions begin.

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If you have any further questions about auditions, don't hesitate to send us a message!

What should I sing for my audition?

There is no right or wrong answer! We recommend that you pick a song you feel comfortable and confident singing. Some of the things that we will be listening for during your solos are tone, vocal range, and stage presence. A good starting point is to explore some of the music that we have covered to get a feel for the styles and genres we typically perform.

What is the time commitment for TakeNote?

TakeNote is a one-credit hour class, that rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-7:45 pm. We perform a few gigs each semester, as well as one to two major shows towards the end of each semester. All major performances and dress rehearsals are mandatory, and members are expected to perform at the majority of our gigs. All major dates are outlined in the syllabus at the beginning of each semester. With scheduling concerns, we encourage our members to reach out to faculty or our Steering team to work around any conflicts.


Are there any outside requirements for TakeNote?

In order to be a member of TakeNote, you must be a female student with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 and be enrolled in or planning to enroll in either MUSC 3450 (Cantorei), MUSC 3700 (Clemson University Singers), or MUSC 3710 (Women's Chorus).


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