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Baltimore Musicales, Charm City’s acclaimed vocal music series, will be holding auditions for professional and emerging artists on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 5802 Roland Avenue in Baltimore. Singers are asked to prepare two pieces in contrasting languages and styles (arias, art songs, or musical theater).

To be considered for an audition, please send bio, resume, sound clips and/or links to website to: Thea Tullman Moore, Executive Director: [email protected].

Singers are also encouraged to submit a repertoire list, including art songs, arias, musical theater, and ensembles already performed as well as pieces that they would like to perform in the future.



Baltimore Musicales is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization dedicated to preserving the art of the song recital. Our performances showcase some of the area’s finest singers in operatic arias and ensembles, art songs, and musical theater at the First Christian Church in Baltimore. In this intimate venue, we break the traditional boundaries between concert-goers and performers. Singers share the meanings behind poetry and librettos, biographical information about the composers, and historical and literary contexts, allowing listeners to form deeper and more personal connections to the music. Through accessible, engaging, and diverse programs, we introduce audiences to works they may have never heard before, and most importantly, to the experience of hearing the unamplified human voice in song. We hope to cultivate new audiences for these genres in addition to building a sense of community through these shared experiences. To find out more, please visit our website:

Employer Name:
Baltimore Musicales, Inc.
Employer Contact Information:
Thea Tullman Moore, Executive Director: [email protected]

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