October 23, 2015

Search is on for singers of all voice parts to form archdiocesan chamber choir

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking singers of all voice parts to form an archdiocesan chamber choir.

This small, elite choral group will sing challenging music from the sacred music repertory, focusing on music from the Catholic treasury, but also including pieces of different ethnic traditions, noted Andrew Motyka, archdiocesan Director of Music.

The group will be by audition and will sing at various liturgies, concerts and charitable events throughout the year.

It is also expected that this group will form the core of the already existing Archdiocesan Choir which sings for major liturgies. The goal of the group is to exemplify the highest level of musicianship in a medium that is not possible at the parish level. Please note that this group is in addition to, not instead of, the Archdiocesan Choir

Ideal candidates are strong music readers with sensitivity for choral singing who are capable of carrying a voice part independently in a small ensemble.

For more information or to set up an audition, please contact Motyka at 800-382-9836, ext. 1513, 317-236-1513 or e-mail amotyka@archindy.org by Oct. 30. †

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