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Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate

You must apply to the School of Music before you can audition. For details, please review the Undergraduate Music Admissions Overview.

Spring 2022 Applicants: Please contact Music Admissions before you apply to start in a spring semester. We must verify studio space before an audition can be scheduled. Spring 2022 auditions must occur before December 1, 2021

Fall 2022 Applicants: Undergraduate Audition Dates

  • Friday, January 21, 2022 (winds, brass, percussion, voice only - no oboe)
  • Saturday, January 29, 2022 (all areas)
  • Saturday,February 5, 2022 (all areas - no oboe)

*Oboe auditions will also be held on Saturday, February 12, 2022. Please reach out to Dr. Messich after completing your application if you would like to audition on this date.

 

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Graduate Admissions

Graduate

Applications for Fall 2021 are currently being accepted.

Please be sure that you also carefully review the Graduate Admissions Overview.

Applicants in Performance should provide the audition committee with a list of major applied teachers, samples of programs performed, and a summary of literature studied. One of the letters of recommendation should be from the most recent applied instructor.

For pre-screening information or other special requirements specific to your desired degree, please select your performance area from the list below.  Applicants who are not required to submit for pre-screening must contact the appropriate area chair to secure a date for a live audition.

Audition dates and requirements:

Interview requirements:

 

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