Purdue Twirling Auditions

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Thursday, September 1st, 2022

Purdue Twirling Auditions

2023-2024 Purdue Twirling Auditions:

Golden Girl, Girl-in-Black, Miss Boilerette, Silver Twins and the All-American Twirling Team.

  • Email your materials –Applications due by email to Morgan Loetz, masher@purdue.edu, by 11:59pm on December 31st, 2022.
    • Cover letter- indicating all of the positions you are interested in auditioning for and your upcoming year and major at Purdue University.
    • Twirling resume and contact information including phone number, email address, and mailing address.
    • 5-minute unlisted YouTube video- featuring yourself twirling and including a solo performance and live performance.
  • Invitations to in-person auditions will be extended-
    • After review of audition materials from step 1, invitations will be extended for in-person auditions on campus.
    • Invitations for in-person auditions, along with audition packets, will be sent out by January 27th, 2023.
  • In-person auditions-
    • All twirlers will complete the audition requirements for the All-American Twirling Team, regardless of the positions they are auditioning for. Soloists will have additional requirements they need to complete as seen in the bottom of this section.
    • All-American Twirling Team requirements:
      • A freestyle twirling routine
        • Time limit is 2-1/2 minutes
        • You may use any number of batons
        • No props or fire batons will be allowed
      • You will learn a routine the day of in-person auditions to be performed for judges.
      • A public relations test interview- you are expected to know about the “All-American” Marching Band and Purdue Twirling traditions. For more info: www.purdue.edu/bands
    • Soloist requirements in addition to those listed above:
      • A down the field marching routine to the Purdue fight song, Hail Purdue.
        • Each instrumental part of your routine should cover the length of a basketball court.
        • The song will be played while you perform down the court, you will sing the chorus at the opposite end of the court from where you started, and then the instrumental version will play again while you move back down the court.
      • You will perform an improvised routine.
  • Invitations for all positions will be extended-all applicants will hear no later than 2 weeks from the date of in-person auditions.

Any questions or concerns, please contact Coach Morgan Loetz, Auxiliary Director,  at masher@purdue.edu

GO BOILERS!


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