The Alma College Choirs
Students from every academic major on campus sing in the Alma Choirs, and choir alums are scientists, doctors, teachers, lawyers, actors, artists, bakers, bankers, brewers, and the list goes on! If you sing, come join the Alma Choirs, and if scholarship money will help you afford college, you are encouraged to audition for an Alma Choir scholarship.
$1500 Alma Choir Scholarships — Audition Deadline Feb. 28
** Scholarship Auditions can be done virtually **
Each year 30-40 high school seniors audition for — and receive — choir scholarships to help make their Alma College education possible. Students admitted to Alma College after February 15 have a three-week window to complete a choir scholarship audition.
Singers should contact Dr. Will Nichols at (989) 463-7221 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarship auditions should be completed by February 28th of your senior year in high school — if you need a short deadline extension to complete your audition, please check with Dr. Nichols.
Steps to take:
1. Choose to audition virtually or on-campus.
VIRTUAL AUDITIONS: Contact Dr. Nichols to arrange a ZOOM audition. Choose one of the songs listed below, practice with the videos and piano accompaniment on the practice page, and then sing your zoom audition! Easy!
ON-CAMPUS AUDITIONS: Contact Dr. Nichols to arrange a day to visit campus and sing your vocal scholarship audition. Choose one of the songs listed below, practice with the videos and piano accompaniment on the practice page, and come to campus and sing. Dr. Nichols will play the accompaniment for you. Easy!
2. Please prepare one of these songs:
Distinguished Vocal Scholars — for potential music majors
Students considering careers as choral conductors, music teachers, and professional singers/performers are eligible for Distinguished Vocal Scholarships of up to $8000 to help make it possible to explore these career paths. To be considered, the interested student should visit campus, meet with Dr. Nichols and complete a vocal audition by February 1st of your senior year in high school.