Prepare a complete list of solo repertoire studied. (It is not necessary to list choral repertoire unless you were a featured soloist.) It is appropriate to list any roles you have performed.

Memorization of all audition material is expected.

Those students seeking admission to the Applied degree should show evidence of a minimum of one year of private instruction in voice and sufficient performance experience. This may be done in a brief typed resume.

An accompanist will be provided at no charge or you may bring your own.

Audition Materials

Bachelor of Arts Vocal Performance, Choral-General (Music Education)

Prepare three songs in varying styles or tempi. At least two songs should be classical; one in a foreign language and the other an American or English art song. The third song may be from Musical Theater Repertoir. These songs should be memorized. The audition must be accompanied. An accompanist will be provided for you, or you may bring your own. Provide musical scores or readable copies of your music for the accompanist.

Theatre and Music Major

Two vocal selections must be presented. One should be your best Broadway number. One selection must be from the classical repertory, i.e., an art song or an aria from opera or oratorio and may be in English or in a foreign language. These songs should be memorized. The audition must be accompanied. An accompanist will be provided for you, or you may bring your own. Provide musical scores or readable copies of your music for the accompanist. A monolog will also be presented which must not exceed two minutes in length. You will not be required to dance at this audition.