Applying to the School of Music is as easy as 1, 2, 3! Just follow these three steps and the process is moving:
- Apply for an Audition (required for admission to the School of Music) and Music Scholarships:
- Apply for Admission to the University:
- To Apply for additional University Scholarships complete the UNIversity Scholarship Application at:
Audition dates for the 2020-21 year will be:
Friday, February 12, 2021 (Northern Festival of Bands participants only)
Saturday, February 20, 2021
Friday, February 26, 2021
Saturday, March 6, 2021 (voice only)
Prospective students should contact Melinda Boyd with any questions.
Below are the School of Music's repertoire lists. You may use selections from one of these for your audition or use it as a guideline in selecting your pieces:
- Brass Repertoire
- Jazz Repertoire
- Keyboard Repertoire
- Percussion Repertoire
- String Repertoire (including guitar)
- Vocal Repertoire
- Woodwind Repertoire
Please note: the listed repertoire and audition information listed here is specifically for students planning to major or minor in music, and for students wishing to audition for non-major scholarships.
In cases of departmental need, certain non-major instrumentalists may be considered for scholarship. Students wishing to be non-music majors who are interested in taking lessons and/or auditioning for scholarship should fill out the music supplement application above, and should select NON-MUSIC MAJOR in the drop-down menu.
Vocal students interested in non-major lessons may contact the vocal division chair, Dr. Jean McDonald (firstname.lastname@example.org), regarding placement in non-major lessons; please note, there are currently no voice scholarships for non-major students.
Students wishing to be non-music majors who are interested in being a part of ensembles only (not taking lessons and not auditioning for scholarship) should contact:
Dr. Danny Galyen (winds, brass, percussion) - email@example.com
Dr. Erik Rohde (strings) - firstname.lastname@example.org