AUDITION PACKETS

Free for all to download - be prepared to play all during the TBA Auditions @ Downey HS.

AUDITION FAQs

Where do I register?


You can register here at our website or the day of, in person, during check-in.




How can I pay?


You can pay when using the audition registration form on the website or in person using Venmo, Paypal, ApplePay, or Cash.




Will instruments be provided?


Yes! All instruments will be provided. However, bringing your own will guarantee you longer playing time.




What should I bring?


Athletic clothing + Shoes including hat and sunglasses. Please also bring sunscreen, ear protection, water jug, sticks and practice pad. Mallets for the front ensemble will be provided. All members be prepared to MOVE! Please consider weather-appropriate clothing. (Auditions will happen rain or shine!)




Where can I park?


Please park in the Northern lot located off of Brookshire Ave. This lot is west of the Track and Field.




Where will we meet?


We will begin in the Band Room, located on the second floor of the stadium bleachers. Be on the lookout for our registration table by the gate!




I can't make it to auditions - Can I submit a video audition?


If you are unable to attend, you can audition via video! Simply register at www.catalystpercussion.org/auditions, pay for your audition ticket, and submit your videos to hello@catalystpercussion.org. Please note your audition videos WILL NOT be reviewed without a ticket purchase prior to submission.





WGI

WGI Sport of the Arts is the world’s premier organization producing indoor color guard, percussion, and winds competitions.  As a non-profit youth organization, WGI also serves as the governing body for the indoor color guard, percussion, and winds activities. It is called the Sport of the Arts because it brings music to life through performance in a competitive format. Even with over 40 years of history, the sport continues to evolve and grow.  There were more than 33,000 participants at the regional level, and more than 16,000 participants at the Sport of the Arts World Championships this past April.

SCPA

SCPA is an all volunteer nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for public purposes. The specific purpose of this corporation is to promote the growth of the percussive arts through competition, performance and educational activities and to encourage goodwill, good sportsmanship and camaraderie through such activities.

a 501(c) (3) Public Benefit Corporation