International Mock Audition Competition for Tuba

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International Mock Audition Competition for Tuba

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Hello everyone! We are pleased to announce the launch of the International Mock Audition Competition for Tuba!

The International Mock Audition Competition for Tuba seeks to provide a platform for the worldwide tuba community to be more connected and inclusive.

The goal is to approach this through an international mock audition competition adjudicated by a panel of premier orchestral performers from every corner of the world.

It is our hope that the open nature of the competition provides access to the IMAC adjudicators, valuable feedback, and the possibility of earning prizes contributed by our sponsors.

A fundamental principle of the International Mock Audition Competition for Tuba is charitable giving. IMAC hopes to use this community and competition to support worthwhile charities. Competition proceeds will be donated to the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. IMAC supports UNICEF in their mission that every child deserves a chance to reach their full potential. We feel that children are the future and should be allowed to dream big and achieve big.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to our amazing sponsors. This event would not be possible with their generosity and support of IMAC for Tuba. Thank you to:

Eastman Music Company
Gene Pokorny
Monster Oil, LLC
Dillon Music
Walter Nirschl
Buffet Crampon

We would also like to thank our adjudicator panel. We are grateful for their time and energy and their support of IMAC and the tuba community. Thank you to:

Alan Baer
Sergio Carolino
David Cribb
Richard Alonso Diaz
Alessandro Fossi
Carol Jantsch
James Jenkins
Pete Link
Jose Martínez
Tom McCaslin
Chris Olka
Filipe Queirós
Steve Rosse
Yasuhito Sugiyama
Lee Tsarmaklis
Anne Jelle Visser
Micky Wrobleski

More information about the competition, as well as registration, fees, and recording instructions can be found at Please reach out if you have any questions, and happy practicing!

-IMAC Team
Mike Roylance
Justin Worley
Eric Goode
Ben Vasko
Ben Vasko
Lecturer of Tuba and Euphonium, Valdosta State University
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