Friday, May 10th

To sign up for an audition, click here.

The Philadelphia Girls Choir is looking for children who have musical and vocal potential, not necessarily a polished performance. Auditions are for singers in grades 1 through 5, but once accepted into the choir, they can be invited to remain in the program and eventually join the top tier choir through 12th grade. Auditions will take place at school during the day on Friday, May 10th.

The audition is very low-key. No musical training or preparation is necessary. Each child may be asked to sing a simple song that she knows and some intuitive singing exercises. Within two weeks after the audition, we will contact each parent by e-mail to let you know if your child is invited to a callback audition at our facility in Philadelphia.

For more information about callback auditions, click here:

There is a fee for all those who enter the program, and financial aid is available to everyone who qualifies.

Our rehearsal spaces, voice studios, and offices are located on the northern Avenue of the Arts corridor (Broad & Spring Garden). The location is highly visible and easily accessible by car and public transportation.

To sign up for an audition, click here.

Organizational Background

A comprehensive music education program for girls ages 6 and older, the Philadelphia Girls Choir is designed to instill confidence and responsibility through musical achievement. The choir takes a holistic approach to choral music that relates musicianship and performance to the broader human experience, with a focus on the Kodaly method. Admission is by audition only. Performance highlights from recent years include the Inauguration of Cherelle Parker, Philadelphia’s 100th Mayor, opening and halftime for the Philadelphia Eagles, performances of The Nutcracker at the Academy of Music, international tours to destinations including Spain, France, Scotland, Wales, and Germany, and a Category Win and Gold Diploma at the 12th International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival & Competition in Wernigerode, Germany.