Prof. Rebekah Ambrosini
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Dr. Mark Reighard
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Dr. Phil Moore
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Dr. Melissa Lewis
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SCHOLARSHIP AUDITION GUIDELINES
Only prospective students who are prepared and meet the following guidelines may audition.
Dress code: Casual business attire is deemed appropriate for a scholarship audition.
1. Sing two songs of contrasting style from memory. Appropriate literature, listed in order of preference:
a. Vocal contest literature, such as English and/or foreign language art songs; opera arias; oratorio arias; OR
b. Song from a Broadway musical; OR
c. Published sacred arrangement.
2. Bring an accompaniment tape or accompanist if possible. If necessary, contact the music office to request an accompanist.
1. Perform two classical pieces of contrasting styles. At least one must be from memory.
2. In addition to the above, play one hymn arrangement.
3. Audition will include sight-reading (materials provided).
Winds and Percussion
1. Perform two contrasting pieces. Appropriate repertoire, listed in order of preference:
a. Solo pieces that was prepared for a high school district, regional or state contest, OR
b. Etudes that were prepared for a high school honor group audition, OR
c. Sacred pieces that were prepared for a church setting, OR
d. a combination of the above.
2. Audition material does not have to be memorized.
3. It is not mandatory that solo pieces be accompanied, however, live or taped accompaniment is certainly welcomed.
1. Play any 3-octave major scale in quarter notes (quarter note equal to MM 60 or more).
2. Perform 2 technically contrasting pieces. One selection must be from the classical repertoire, the second can be made from etudes prepared for an audition or pieces prepared for church settings.
3. Memorization and accompaniment are not required.