The Noteables

    The Noteables

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    Utah 4-H's new performing arts opportunity for young people who enjoy singing, dancing, playing an instrument, or working with show production is the 4-H Noteables! 

    Audition Applications are now on 4HOnline!


    2019-2020 Cast Audition Applications are now available on 4HOnline! 

    Information for Auditions - PDF Document


    Who should audition?

    Any young person enrolled in 4-H is eligible to audition. The Noteables is comprised of youth who can sing, dance, play an instrument, or who are talented at show production (i.e. staging, lights, audio).



    2019 Audition Days

    June 5th - JYC/Snow College - Ephraim, UT 

    June 6th - Cedar City, UT

    June 7th - Utah County USU Extension Office - Provo, UT

    June 8th - Utah State University - Logan, UT

    June 11th - USU Eastern - Price, UT

    The Noteables is Utah 4-H's new statewide performing arts group! The group performs a variety of songs ranging from 50's rock to modern pop to country greats to American folk, and everything in between. The group consist of Utah 4-H'ers playing live music, singing your favorite songs, dancing to unique choreography, and even producing the show.  

    The group performs around the state with venues including the State Fair, Utah State University, events and conferences around the state, and shows in different counties around the state. 

    Is Utah 4-H the first to have a program like this? While this is a first for Utah 4-H, other state 4-H programs have a long history of performing arts programs. Some famous singers and performers have come out of 4-H performing arts programs. 

    Selected youth will have the opportunity to perform around the state, work with staff and volunteers to become better performers, and have the chance to build stronger soft skills like teamwork, resiliency, leadership, and communications. 

    To learn more about the Noteables or to find out how to have the Noteables perform at your event, contact Oakley G. Perry,