Broadway Audition Songs for Male Singers


Broadway Audition Songs for Male Singers — Ballads
Song Title Artist/Album/Show Notes
Compiled for IVTOM
Charlie Charlie and Algernon Tenor, dramatic solo, ending vocally demanding, possible for audition
Pity the Child Chess Tenor Solo
Being Alive Company Shows off Tenor voice, possible last 16-bar audition
If I Can’t Love Her Beauty and the Beast Broadway version, dramatic solo with large range
Bargaining Do I Hear a Waltz? Tenor solo, potential for audition if shortened, allows for varied characterizations
I Know About Love Do Re Mi Tenor Solo, audition potential, shows range and make strength
What More Can I Say Falsettos Tenor, lovely, ballad, tender and sweet with soaring melodies that would serve very well for an audition piece
I Want to Make Magic Fame Tenor solo, good acting piece for class or audition, a yearning desire song
Fanny Fanny Lovely tenor solo, shows off the voice, good for audition
Like a God Flower Drum Song Tenor, possible audition, shows off the voice, good ballad
More I Cannot Wish You Guys and Dolls Tenor, charm song
Night of My Nights Kismet Audition for quality tenor voice
Not a Day Goes By Merrily We Roll Along Tenor Solo; I use this as my audition ballad even though I’m a mezzo, as it is pretty gender neutral.
I Talk To the Trees Paint Your Wagon Tenor, beautiful, lilting melody, ending possibly suited for audition
A Bit of Earth The Secret Garden Tenor Solo, ballad, excellent for acting
Lilie’s Eyes The Secret Garden
Finishing the Hat Sunday in the Park with George Tenor Solo, a beautiful, passionate description of what an artist must do
Danny Boy
Stranger In Paradise Kismet
Hey, There! Pajama Game
Close Every Door Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat

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