Each performer participating in a Voice Division class with a specified repertoire (see the Rep column in the class list) must perform two pieces from these general repertoire categories:
- Standard Repertoire (ST): Songs that are generally considered as Art Songs from Baroque, classical, semi-classical, and romantic periods. Other than songs from early Baroque operas, operatic arias are not appropriate in this repertoire. Pieces can be sung either in the Solo or Ensembles sections.
- Musical Theatre Repertoire (MT): Concert versions of songs from operettas and musical theatre, and can be sung in either the Solo or Ensemble sections.
If a repertoire is specified (does not indicate “Any”) for a class, each performer will perform two songs of contrasting styles from the specified repertoire. For classes VS.3-5 and VS.6-8, each performer will perform one or two songs appropriate for their age, voice, and skill.
All selections are to be performed from memory, and each performer must provide their own accompanist.
Each ensemble must have one person to a part, with two to four members, performing two songs of contrasting styles from the specified repertoire. For additional details on registering an ensemble, see the Registration section.