Audition Information

Flute Requirements

(prescreen and audition required)

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.E.)
Bachelor of Science in Music and an Outside Field (B.S.O.F.)

Graduate

Master of Music (M.M.)
Performer Diploma-Solo Performance (P.D.S.P.)

Doctor of Music (D.M.)

Undergraduate Requirements

Prescreen

All flute applicants must submit a video prescreen recording via the JSoM Supplemental Application by December 1, 2019.

Recordings must be produced without artificial enhancement such as echo or electronic reverb.

Prescreen repertoire requirements are listed below by degree program, but may differ from the final audition program.

Undergraduate Prescreen Repertoire:

  • The first two movements of a C.P.E Bach sonata, a J.S. Bach sonata or a Mozart concerto
  • Three minutes of a piece in a contrasting style (not 18th century).

Audition

Auditions are by invitation only based on prescreen review.

Undergraduate Audition Repertoire:

  • All movements of a C. P. E. Bach sonata, a J.S. Bach sonata, or a Mozart concerto (cadenzas not required)
  • one complete work in a contrasting style (not 18th century)

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Graduate Requirements

Prescreen

All flute applicants must submit a video prescreen recording via the JSoM Supplemental Application by December 1, 2019.

Recordings must be produced without artificial enhancement such as echo or electronic reverb.

Prescreen repertoire requirements are listed below by degree program, but may differ from the final audition program.

M.M. or P.D.S.P. Prescreen Repertoire:

  • First two movements of a C.P.E Bach sonata, a J.S. Bach sonata or a Mozart concerto and three minutes of a piece in a contrasting style (not 18th century)
  • Two contrasting orchestral excerpts

D.M. Prescreen Repertoire:

  • The first two movements of a C.P.E Bach sonata, a J.S. Bach sonata or a Mozart concerto and ten minutes of a piece in a contrasting style (not 18th century)
  • Two contrasting orchestral excerpts.

Audition

Auditions are by invitation only based on prescreen review. Note: DM Auditions are only held on Fri. February 7.

M.M. or P.D.S.P. Audition Repertoire:

Applicants should prepare all movements of:

  • One of the following: a sonata by J. S. Bach (E major, E minor, B minor, A major; Partita in A minor), a sonata by C. P. E. Bach (Hamburg Sonata or Solo in A minor), or the Concerto in G major by Mozart (cadenzas not required);
  • One substantial twentieth-century concerto or sonata;
  • One work of the applicant's choice in a contrasting style from the above; and
  • Three contrasting orchestral excerpts.

D.M. Audition Repertoire:

  • The first two complete movements of the Mozart Concerto in G Major (cadenzas not required);
  • The first movement of either the Prokofiev Sonata or the Nielsen Concerto;
  • The complete Cantabile et Presto by Enesco or the Fantaisie by Faure;
  • One complete unaccompanied work of your choice in a contrasting style from the above; and
  • Three contrasting orchestral excerpts.

Note: DM auditions are only held on Friday, February 7, 2020 by invitation only. Also, as part of a 20- minute audition, students are expected to perform with piano selected movements totaling 15 minutes. A pianist will be provided.

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