February 28-March 1, 2014
Music. It’s more than a hobby. Chances are, you’ve spent many hours practicing, experimenting, perfecting, learning, performing, and now you’re ready to take the next steps toward a musical career. Whether you plan to teach children the joy of music, lead a congregation in praise, or record an artist’s latest hit, there is a lot to learn.
Mentors. We all need them. The SNU faculty will add their wisdom to yours, and connect you to the profession. Mentors also connect students with internships and performance opportunities to build your resume and give you real-world experience.
College. There are a lot of choices. What if you could “audition” at a University to see if it’s right for you? What if you could “interview” faculty to see if they are the right mentors with the right connections? What if you had the opportunity to spend a couple of days on campus with music faculty and students, experiencing the spirit of the campus and the musical excellence of the department?
Faith. SNU is a community of faith-filled scholars. Faith permeates our lives, drives our passions, clarifies our calling. “All the world is a stage” as the saying goes, but we also recognize that “all the world is a mission field.” Opportunities for ministry are abundant, and regardless of venue, we want to help students understand their role in changing the world.
Music Scholars Weekend 2014. Apply for Music Scholars Weekend 2014. Meet the performers, conductors, arrangers, and recording engineers on the SNU School of Music faculty who will become your mentors and guides into your professional future. Audition for a music scholarship. Rub elbows with current music students. Experience campus life.
In the course of two days, you can observe classes and rehearsals, perform in a Scholars-only recital to compete for scholarship money, meet current students and music faculty, and attend the School of Music’s production of “A Night of Sondheim.” You will also have opportunity to meet with Financial Aid, Enrollment Management & Admissions, and others who will walk with you on your journey toward graduation. This is the first step.
Peruse the links on the right side of this page for more information about the schedule for Music Scholars Weekend 2014, and when you’re ready, follow the link to the application, email your resume, and prepare your audition! There are a limited number of slots available, so begin making plans today - your musical future awaits.
Music Scholars Weekend Application
Please note that your application is not complete unless your audition recording and resume are received. Send materials by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:
Dr. Melissa Lewis
SNU School of Music
6729 NW 39th Expressway
Bethany, OK 73008