2017 Audition Dates
January 28 | February 11 | February 25
(for all programs except accompanying)
January 20 | February 17
Additional Music Theatre Auditions
January 29 | February 12 | February 26
Additional Graduate Auditions
January 27 (voice) | February 10 (voice)
February 24 (piano and voice)
Who is required to audition, and how are auditions scheduled?
All undergraduate applicants and graduate performance and pedagogy applicants must pass an audition to enter the College of Music. Auditions are scheduled through the College of Music Supplemental Application. Applications submitted by December 1st are given first priority for audition scheduling, however, auditions will continue to be scheduled as space allows. Please apply early to secure your choice of audition date.
Is a prescreening recording required?
Prescreenings are only required for masters and doctoral voice performance, masters and doctoral piano performance, and masters piano pedagogy applicants. These submissions are due no later than December 1.
How do I apply for a scholarship or graduate assistantship?
Everyone who auditions as a music major is automatically considered for talent scholarships and assistantships, and no additional application is necessary. Only graduate students interested in auditioning for Piano Accompanying or Class Piano assistantships are required an additional audition. Contact College of Music Admissions for further details.
Is an accompanist provided?
Only for voice auditions. Instrumentalists are expected to play unaccompanied.
Are recorded auditions acceptable?
Although applicants are strongly encouraged to audition on campus, recorded auditions are acceptable in most cases. Recorded auditions are submitted online as part of the College of Music Supplemental Application. CD/DVD submissions will not be accepted. Exception: Applicants for Music Theatre or Trumpet are not permitted to submit recorded auditions.
Recorded Auditions are due no later than midnight on February 15.