HomeBlogsdavecharliebrown's blogResources for People Holding Auditions

davecharliebrown's picture

It seems a lot of people are discussing auditions lately.  We've got lots of great League groups that are forming or growing, and scholastic groups are only weeks away from the new school year.  In that vein, I wanted to throw out a couple resources for those who are currently planning auditions.

First of all, it turns out I actually wrote a blog on this topic a few years ago that (I think) merits resurrection.  The CASA search is a pretty hefty resource if you use it right!  Read that old blog entry here.

But more importantly, I wanted to let all our members know that CASAcademy has just recently published a new booklet on this very topic.  Get Deke Sharon's advice on where to advertise your auditions, how to attract good singers, what to listen for in the audition room, how to test for certain abilities, what to do after you've made your decision, and more.  Click here to read the CASAcademy auditions booklet (members only).

If you've got specific questions, don't hesitate to contact me (dave@casa.org).  If I can't answer your question, I'll forward it along to some pros for a more experienced answer.  'Til then, happy auditioning!



Glad to see new content in the CASAcademy! Knowledge is power! :P


G.I. Joe

It's also half the battle.

--Dave Brown

now: Mouth Off host | ICCA & CARA Judge

then: CASA president, CASAcademy director, CASA Bd of Directors | BYU Vocal Point | Noteworthy co-foun


"Now I knowledge!"

"And knowledge is half the battle!"

Looks fantastic!

Nicely done - this booklet is fantastic on all accounts!

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.