Online Preliminary Submission by December 1, 2018
The video submission should be recorded so that all orchestral excerpts are played in succession in any order you wish without stopping the recording or editing. Solos may be pre-recorded.¬†
Please use the link at the bottom of this page to upload your preliminary materials. There is a $10 fee to use this service.¬†If you have not heard from us by January 4, 2019, please email us.
Required preliminary repertoire is by video submission
Exposition of Mozart¬†Concerto¬†No. 4
Contrasting solo of the applicant's choice
Strauss Till Eulenspiegel¬†(opening horn solo in first horn part)
Ravel¬†Pavane pour une infante d√©funte¬†(opening horn solo in first horn part)
Mahler¬†Symphony No. 1, movement 3 (m. 13 - 15 in second horn)
Shostakovich Symphony No. 5, movement 1 (#17 - 22 in first horn part)
For copies of the above orchestral excerpts, please send your name and intended degree program to¬†Geoffrey Scott.
Required undergraduate live audition repertoire
Two contrasting solos of your choice¬†
(examples: Mozart No. 2 or No. 4 contrasted with a Strauss concerto)
Excerpts which cover the following criteria:¬†
soft and low (examples: Mahler 1st low tutti or Variation 8 of Strauss‚Äô¬†Don Quixote)¬†
soft and high (examples: Ravel G major piano concerto or Pavane)¬†
loud and low (examples: Shostakovich 5th low tutti or Variation 7 of¬†Don Quixote)¬†
loud and high (examples: Beethoven 7th or Wagner¬†Siegfried Call)
full range¬†(examples: openings of¬†Ein Heldenleben¬†or¬†Till Eulenspiegel)
Scales, sight-reading, and transposition will be tested
Live audition dates are January 25, 28, February 1 and 4, 2019
Any questions regarding your application may be directed to Geoffrey Scott.