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Graduate Auditions

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The School of Music offers Individual flute instruction in the MUSI 585, MUSI 685, and MUSI 785 courses. Students who wish to study through the School must perform a live audition before a faculty jury or submit a video recording of the required audition repertoire. After applying to the School of Music through the Acceptd™ application service, you will schedule an audition with the following prepared materials.

All applicants will perform the first movement of either the Mozart G-Major or D-Major concerto including a cadenza from memory. In addition, candidates are to compliment this concerto movement with approximately 15 to 20 minutes of repertoire including: sonata or sonatina movements, French contest works, and unaccompanied pieces, and orchestral excerpts.

Live Audition
Live auditions will be held on February 8 and March 1, 2025.

Video recorded Audition
Prepare an unedited video recording of the repertoire outlined above including a memorized performance of the Mozart concerto movement. Record any accompanied works with piano. Additionally, include five minutes of any technique exercise(s) of your choosing in 6 different major and 6 different minor keys (e.g. Taffanel et Gaubert 17 Daily Exercises, Moyse Daily Exercises, etc.). The recording may be physically delivered on digital media or uploaded to Acceptd™, YouTube™, or other streaming service. You may also submit audio or video recordings via Acceptd.