Scholarship Audition Dates 2016-2017:
Brass, Woodwind, String Auditions
Music majors and non-music majors should perform approximately 5-10 minutes of music to include:
Excerpts may be taken from a solo or etude, such as a piece from the UIL contest list, UIL Region etudes or a piece of similar difficulty.
Prospective majors should perform works for timpani, snare, and keyboard percussion. Prospective non-majors should perform 5-10 minutes of music and include at least two of the listed instruments.
Piano majors will be expected to perform in at least two of the following categories:
Voice majors will be expected to perform in at least two of the following categories:
Voice major auditions also consist of scales and sight-reading. An accompanist is provided for all voice major auditions.
Voice non-majors will be expected to:
Scholarship Awarding Criteria
We recommend that you choose audition material that best represents your abilities. Criteria for awarding scholarships are: