Auditions - Clemson University Choirs

Join a Choir

Thank you for your interest in Clemson Choirs! Each of our choral ensembles are open to ALL students at Clemson University.

If you would like to be a part of CU Singers (MUSC 3700) or Cantorei (MUSC 3450), please read the audition instructions below. Audition forms and videos will be due on August 1, 2022. We recommend that you register for the class(es) that you are auditioning for now to avoid scheduling conflicts.

If you would like to be a part of Men's Choir (MUSC 3720) or Women’s Choir (MUSC 3710), no audition is necessary. Simply register for the class on iRoar.

For more information on Tigeroar and TakeNote auditions contact Dr. David Conley.

Interest Form

If you would like more information about Clemson Choirs, please fill out this short form to receive a personal email from our director.

Audition Instructions

Audition forms and videos will be due on August 1, 2022 at 11:59pm.

If you have any questions about the audition process, please email Dr. Bernarducci (

Step One

Record Your Video

In your video, please introduce yourself and sing “My Country ’Tis of Thee”. Please use the sheet music and starting pitch that correspond to your preferred voice part, found below.

Step Two

Upload Your Video

Upload the video to either YouTube OR Google Drive. Please include your first and last name in the title of your video. On YouTube, set the video’s visibility to “Unlisted”. On Google Drive, set link sharing permissions to “Anyone with link can view”.

Step Three

Fill Out Your Form

Copy the link to your video and paste it in the last field, after answering some questions about your past choir/singing experience.

My Country 'tis of Thee Sheet Music

Sight-Reading Audition


If you are auditioning for Cantorei, Dr. Bernarducci will email you in the days following the initial submission deadline to schedule a sight-reading audition. These will occur either on Zoom, or in person in the Brooks Center.

CU Singers

If you are auditioning only for CU Singers, in the days following the initial submission deadline with a link to sign up for a day to sight-read. On these days, August 12th and 13th, at 11:00 am, a short sight-reading example will be emailed to you, and you will have exactly 2 hours to record a video of yourself singing the example a capella, post it to YouTube or Google Drive, and submit the link to a form that will be included in the email, along with more detailed instructions. If you have a conflict with either of these times, please let Dr. Bernarducci know as soon as possible.