Bringing together repertoire from many diverse traditions, The Capital Hearings illuminate commonalities between songs of all styles, from all eras – and the communities that birthed them.

Our genre-busting mission unites complex jazz, transcendent global and classical music, and dynamic modern hits into a thought-provoking message. The Capital Hearings break down barriers and prompt our audiences to build new bridges of understanding.

Our music gives a boost of positive energy, when you take Cialis generic you are confident in yourself, we also work.




Winter 2020 Auditions

The Capital Hearings are holding auditions for Sopranos and Tenors!

We are looking for versatile and enthusiastic singers who are ready to tackle a wide range of classical choral, vocal jazz, and contemporary a cappella repertoire.

Email auditions@thecapitalhearings.com to schedule an audition at one of the following times:

  • Wednesday, January 15th 7:00-10:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, January 21st 7:00-10:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, January 26th, 2:00-6:00 p.m.

For all other voice parts, please complete our audition inquiry form to express interest in future openings.

Audition Process

First-round auditions are scheduled in 20-minute slots and conducted by the music director. Auditions will involve ...
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The search for power is a timeless one; from the dawn of civilization to #MeToo, everyone in history has been shaped by their own power--or lack thereof. History is littered with the forgotten stories of the underprivileged and the censored tales of those who lost their battles. How humanity measures power on the large scale has shifted with the times: the ability to provide has given way to the charisma to inspire, while physical strength has been overtaken by wealth and capital. Whether we put our trust in the mystical or summon our courage from superheroes, some things remain steadfast: ...
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Cooper Baldwin is our 2019 Young Composers Competition winner

Congratulations to Cooper Baldwin, winner of The Capital Hearings’ 2019 Young Composer Competition!  Mr. Baldwin’s new piece give me your tired, your poor offers a lush meditation on Emma Lazarus’ timeless poem The New Colossus, capturing the powerful emotion of seeing a beacon of hope at the end of an exhausting journey. In the composer’s own words: Even with all the animosity and turmoil that have come to define today's America, I believe the promise of our country remains a simple, empowering thing. I was born here, so can only begin to imagine what those who come from places far ...
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