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Music Education Major
On the graduate application, applicants must submit the following:
All videos should be from the perspective of the ensemble (facing the conductor), not the perspective of the audience.
Prospective students must also submit an up-to-date repertoire list of all works conducted. Feel free to delineate between works conducted in performance and those studied/not conducted in performance.
Videos should be no less than 15 minutes and no more than 40 minutes.
Students must provide three scores with matching audio files which demonstrate composition experience for a variety of vocal and/or instrumental solos, chamber ensembles or large ensembles. Both scores and audio files are required. A program note on each piece should be included. This composition interview is an opportunity for each applicant to demonstrate proficient musical understanding and ability; applicants will discuss their composition portfolio with a Composition faculty member.
Acceptable styles for compositions include:
Classical (concert, film, and electronic/electroacoustic)
Jazz (fully realized scores, no chord charts)
Musical Theatre (fully orchestrated scores, no piano reductions or chord charts)
Compositions in popular/commercial styles are not acceptable.
All composition materials are due by January 15. Scores and audio/midi files should be attached within the music supplement of the application. To inquire about alternative submission methods, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.