The Indiana Community Choir provides individuals in the Indiana region the opportunity to sing and perform great choral literature not typically accessible to choirs in a rural region.
It is also the opportunity to learn choral and singing techniques from a master singer, conductor, and music teacher with a 20-year background in vocal pedagogy, choral and solo song literature, and experience in popular styles and musical theater.
Jon Erik Schreiber
$50 per semester, plus $25 registration fee; total of $75 for the semester; high school and college-age students pay only the registration fee (see our Scholarships page for funding assistance—high school students only).
Singers who match pitch; music reading ability desirable; age 15 (ninth grade for the upcoming academic year) and older.
Individuals auditioning do not need to bring anything prepared. Simply come ready to sight-read and to vocalize. All auditions are scheduled with the conductor for the fall, Jon Erik Schreiber. To schedule your audition, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re unable to email him, contact the IUPCMS at 724-357-4565.
For the fall semester, all singers must audition, regardless of whether having sung in previous years. For the spring semester, only those new to the choir must audition.
If you have previously registered in the IUPCMS utilizing the online registration form and sung in the choir, simply e-mail Jeff Wacker at email@example.com that you plan on participating again
for the upcoming semester. If you have not sung in the choir before, you must register in the IUPCMS using the online registration form.
Additional information may also be found on the ICC website.