Music Admission & Scholarship Audition Dates for Students Entering Fall 2017
- By appointment until April 28. Contact Dr. Kevin Hibbard to set up your audition time
- Late Auditions: April 30th
What to know about applying for admission
Should I audition?
You should audition for admission to the Department of Music if you are:
- an incoming freshmen and transfer student who plans to major or minor in music at the University of West Georgia.
- a current UWG student wishing to declare a major or minor in music.
- wishing to be considered for scholarship opportunities in bands or choirs.
When should I audition?
The audition dates for students entering no later than Fall semester 2017 are:
- Monday, February 20th, 2017 (Part of Destination: Music)
- Sunday, April 30th, 2017
- Other audition dates by appointment - Schedule an appointment at email@example.com
How do I apply?
Follow the steps below:
- Complete and submit the application no later than one week prior to your audition
- Submit a letter of recommendation from a music teacher who is familiar with your performance skills.
- Apply for admission to UWG. You may audition before you are admitted to the University. Scholarships and admission to the Department of Music are contingent upon admission to the University.
- Attend a scheduled audition day. If you cannot appear for an audition on any of the
designated dates, please call (678) 839-6516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange
an audition appointment.
After we receive your application we will notify you of your audition time.
What should I perform?
Note: You must provide a copy of the music you will perform
- Voice: Perform from memory two contrasting solos of art music such as those for solo festival or for All-State Chorus auditions. One piece must be in a foreign language. Keyboard accompaniments are required. You may bring your own accompanist, or one will be provided upon request.
- Winds: Perform a published solo (preferred) or etude such as those required for solo festival. Accompaniments are not required.
- Percussion: Perform a published solo or etude for snare drum, timpani and keyboard percussion.
- Piano: Perform from memory two contrasting standard repertoire pieces.
- Guitar: Perform a published solo or etude written or transcribed for classical guitar.