Under exceptional circumstances, candidates may be accepted on the basis of audition alone, or by examination and/or proof of professional study in a recognized program. Students requiring background in certain areas essential to their proposed program of study may be asked to take qualifying courses. An audition should consist of a representative program of minimum 20 minutes duration. Non-resident candidates should prepare an unedited videotape, but may be asked to audition on arrival.
Fully-qualified candidates are required to complete a minimum of 30 credits.
Please see the Music Courses page for course descriptions.
credits of Recital Performances
• AMPS 520 Recital I (6.00) • AMPS 530 Recital II (6.00)
credits of private instrumental or vocal instruction, with a minimum average grade of B:
• AMPS 521 521 Private Instrumental or Vocal Instruction I (3.00) • AMPS 531 Private Instrumental or Vocal Instruction II (3.00)
credits of Seminar/Workshop courses chosen from:
• AMPS 501 Seminar - Workshop in Performance Skills (3.00) • AMPS 503 String Seminar (3.00) • AMPS 505 Piano Seminar (3.00) • AMPS 507 Voice Seminar (3.00) • AMPS 509 Organ and Harpsichord Seminar (3.00)
Each candidate’s program of study will be chosen in consultation with the Graduate Program Director.
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