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In order to be considered for admission to the composition program at the undergraduate level, applicants must complete the following tasks:
Portfolio Submission. An applicant’s portfolio will include the following items:
PDF file of the full score, fully notated (that is, for jazz/popular pieces, chord charts are not accepted). For electronic/electroacoustic works that have no score component, this requirement is waived.
Recording of the same work. Live recordings are preferred but MIDI realizations are accepted. Accepted formats are MP3, AIFF, or WAV.
A program note that accompanies the work.
One-page essay addressing the following prompts: (1) Why are you seeking a degree in music composition at the University of Delaware School of Music? (2) What are your future goals as a musician? (3) Pick a piece of music that you wrote. Describe what this piece is about and why it was significant to you as a composer.
Composition Interview. This 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.
Audition on their primary instrument.
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The audition materials should be uploaded to the music portfolio in My Blue Hen Home Portal. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.