Online Preliminary Submission by December 1, 2020
If you have not heard from us by January 6, 2021, please email us.
Required preliminary repertoire is by video submission
Any recent recording of a recital is acceptable, provided that it offers varied repertoire from several contrasting musical periods. Good audio quality helps the faculty make an accurate assessment of your playing. The faculty would prefer a recording which does not have compressed dynamics. Try if possible, to set your recording levels manually. Please set the automatic volume to the "off" position.
Required graduate live audition requirements
Repertoire for the live audition should be representative of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and 20th or 21st Century music.
Please include the following:
- Complete sonata
- One complete concerto
- Two contrasting études, at least one of which should be of virtuoso character
We will provide the accompanist for your concerto.
Upon your acceptance for a live audition, your proposed repertoire is subject to the faculty's approval. We will correspond with you as to whether the repertoire meets our criteria and also our resources for accompanists and collaborative players. Prior to the audition the faculty will select the portion of the concerto to be included in the live audition. Your accompanist will let you know which portion you will perform and also the rehearsal time(s).
Live audition dates are February 5 and 6, 2021