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The audition should consist of ten minutes of your finest performing. The committee is interested in hearing at least two compositions or movements in contrasting styles and time periods. A UST accompanist will be provided for students unable to bring their own accompanist. Music for the UST accompanist should be sent to the office. Time will be provided for rehearsal with your accompanist.
Pianists please note: Although memorization is not required for admittance, it is strongly encouraged and will be required for music scholarship consideration.
Audition applications are due no later than Feb. 1*. Students must be accepted by the university before auditioning for entry into the music major.
*The Music Department will continue accepting applications until both dates are full. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
Please send two music-related letters of recommendation to:
2115 Summit Ave; BEC 09
St. Paul, MN 55105
Still Have Questions?
Questions regarding music admissions can be directed to
Kara Bradshaw at (651) 962-5874, (800) 328-6819, Ext. 2-5874 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current UST students interested in pursuing a music major must complete a performance level audition. Performance level auditions allow the faculty to assess a student's musical skills and consider the student's potential for growth. At least three pieces of music that vary in style period, tempo and character are to be prepared. Following succesful completion of the performance level assessments, a student will be granted permission to register for applied level (MUSP 200 & 300) lessons.
In addition to the performance level audition, an interview with selected faculty members, an evaluation of piano skills, an evaluation of vocal skills, and a brief music theory and ear training assessment must be completed before a student will be considered for music major status. Assessment completion should be tracked using the rolling audition assessment checklist.
For more information regarding these requirements please contact:
Music Education - Dr. Douglas Orzolek email@example.com
Liturgical Music - Dr. Angela Broeker firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Business - Dr. Christopher Kachian email@example.com
Instrumental Music (Woodwind/Brass/Orchestral String) - Dr. Matthew George firstname.lastname@example.org
Instrumental Music (Guitar) - Dr. Christopher Kachian email@example.com
Vocal Music - Dr. Alan Bryan firstname.lastname@example.org