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Auditions for the 2022 application cycle will be held in person. Applicants who cannot attend in person will have the option to submit a pre-recorded audition using an audition request form following completion of the application. Following completion of the application, students can expect to receive an email with instructions to access their customized My Blue Hen Home portal and receive access to the audition request form. The request form will allow you to tell us how you plan to complete your audition, in-person on a scheduled date, or pre-recorded video. Please familiarize yourself with the specific requirements for audition repertoire. If you have any questions or concerns about submitting your video audition, please email the School of Music (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss alternative options.
Applicants must submit all materials by the following deadlines:
Undergraduate (all majors)
Undergraduate applicants who would like an early action decision must complete their application and audition request form by November 1. Early Action auditions require registration in advance to one of the following School of Music Open House dates: Monday, October 11; Tuesday, October 12; Monday, November 15, or Tuesday, November 16. Early action students should contact studio faculty directly to arrange their audition. Early action decisions are expected to be received no later than January 31, 2022.
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Applicants who submit a pre-recorded video audition can expect to have an interview with faculty panel. Interviews for early action will take place virtually based on submission of the audition request form at the faculty’s availability. These are brief but valuable two-way conversations to learn about each applicant and their goals, but also as a place to ask questions and to learn more about the music major experience.
Please note: Within 24-48 hours of submitting the Common or Coalition application, applicants will receive a confirmation email with information on how to access your My Blue Hen Home application status portal. On this portal, you will find further instructions for submitting your video audition and scheduling an interview with the School of Music. Once your checklist items are completed, including the audition request form, your application will move forward to committee review for decision. If you need assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a transfer
applicant, or transitioning from the Associates in Arts program? Please submit your video audition with the application and email the
School of Music, email@example.com, as early as possible to discuss credit transfer evaluation.
Students interested in music as a non-major music should visit information for non-majors.
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