Acceptance Fees Invoice

Directors: Print this invoice and include with payment. ONE CHECK made out to: "All-Shore Chorus"  or signed P.O.

$25.00 Music Fee Per Student.

Due Date: All invoices are due on December 1st - PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THIS - this is different than previous years 

Please see the following document for this year's acceptance letter and information regarding acceptance fees 

Audition Fees Invoice

Directors: Use this form to send payment for students that are auditioning.







$15.00 Audition Fee Per Student. PLEASE! One check or Signed P.O. sent with the Invoice. Due Date Postmarked no later than: November 2, 2020.

Each student must also bring their OWN completed Student Audition Application to the Auditions.

Sorry, but if the postmark is late, your payment be returned.


Send To:

Emily Kneuer , Treasurer 

Raritan High School

419 Middle Road

Hazlet, NJ 07730


Part 3: Tonal Memory

  • The student will be given a sheet of music with several numbered examples. Each example will be written in both treble and bass clefs, and the student may read either.

  • The judge will play a CD recording in which the example is played twice on the piano. After hearing the example played twice, the student will, using the music, sing it on the syllable ‘la’ for each note, at the same pitch and tempo, and with the same rhythm as played on the tape recording.

  • The examples begin and end on the tonic. Therefore, the students will not receive a starting note, but will be expected to begin singing immediately following completion of the second playing.

  • A singer who gets a false start on a tonal pattern or the quartet may be granted a second chance by the judges. A false start may be penalized, however the decision will be left up to the judges. Remain consistent throughout the evening.

  • NOTE: The tonal memory portion of the audition will be administered in a separate room. Students may complete the tonal memory audition either before or after the Scales and Quartet.

  • NOTE: Solfegé is permitted. Students will not be marked down for incorrect solfegé syllables, only incorrect pitches and/or rhythms.

Scoring Rubrics

  • Students are judged on: vocal quality, pitch, range, expression, dynamics, accuracy, preparedness, diction, breath control, etc.

  • Students are judged only on accuracy. Credit is given for each measure completely correct.