Studying voice at UNI opens up a world of performance and educational opportunity. From experienced faculty members who have performed, studied and instructed all over the world, to large ensembles and choirs that suit any style, UNI's vocal division is the place to discover and develop your true voice. Music majors study weekly with these experienced professionals, and combine their studies with practical experience in one or more of UNI's exemplary music ensembles.
Vocal Program Audition Information
Undergraduate voice audition repertoire requirements
Two memorized songs of contrasting style selected from the classical vocal repertoire (both selections may be in English). An accompanist will be provided. Please bring a clean, legible copy of your music.
Performance of repertoire is followed by a brief interview with the voice faculty, and a diagnostic exam to assess general aural and sight-reading skills.
While in-person auditions are encouraged, for those who cannot come to campus please use the following guidelines for video submission:
Repertoire: Two memorized songs of contrasting style selected from the classical vocal repertoire (both selections may be in English). Though recordings with ‘live’ accompaniments are preferred when possible, the use of pre-recorded accompaniment tracks are permitted. Submitted audition videos should be of high audio and video quality and representative of the singer’s genuine vocal ability. The use of audio editing or enhancement is strongly discouraged.
After successful completion and submission of all requisite application materials, each auditionee will be scheduled an interview with the voice faculty via Zoom. During the interview the auditionee will be administered a diagnostic to assess general aural and music-reading skills.
Associate Professor of Vocal Coaching and Collaborative Piano