Auditions for Music Awards
- Friday, October 28, 2016
- Friday, February 10, 2017
- Friday, March 31, 2017
Current music students will be on hand to meet you and tour you through the music building.
Campus tours are available through the Office of Admissions.
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Performance Majors: An accompanist will be provided
Voice: Present two contrasting art songs sung in the classical style performed by memory. Preference is given to those applicants who present one of their selections in a foreign language. Bring current resume.
Piano & Organ: Present two contrasting selections chosen from the standard classical repertoire performed by memory; prepare all major and minor scales, 2-octaves
Guitar (classical or contemporary): Present two contrasting selections and two scales (one major and one minor). Classical guitarists should choose classical selections (Baroque, Romantic, Modern, etc.). Selections for contemporary guitar majors should reflect such styles as blues, rock, bluegrass, steel string, etc.
Brass and Woodwinds: Present two contrasting solo works written for the specific instrument (one may be an etude or study); prepare all majors scales and chromatic scale
Percussion: Present solo selections that demonstrate as many of the following instruments as possible:
- snare drum (rudiments, orchestral style, marching band style)
- drum set (basic swing, rock, and Latin styles)
- mallets (prepared piece with contrasting sections)
- timpani (prepared piece)
Creative Music Technologies Majors:
Present three samples of original compositions and/or arrangements on manuscript or any recorded format. Preference is given to those applicants who demonstrate originality, excellent musicianship, technical skill, and diversity in style.
Bachelor of Arts Music: An accompanist will be provided
Present two contrasting selections featuring performance talent.
Musical Theatre Majors: An accompanist will be provided
Present an upbeat monologue not to exceed one minute, and two contrasting Musical Theatre songs: verse and chorus only of one ballad and one up-tempo song. Bring current resume.