Flute Audition Requirements
1. Prepare two contrasting movements from the solo flute repertoire.
Such as works by the following composers (or comparable):
Bach, Handel, Telemann, Mozart, Stamitz, Quantz, Faure, Gaubert, Poulenc, Debussy, Hindemith, Widor, Griffes
2. Major scales (at least 2 octaves) and chromatic scale (3 octaves, C1 - C3)
3. Sight Reading
If you would like to clear a solo or have specific questions about your audition, please contact Deanna Little at 615.898.2473,
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on scheduling an audition, please visit the MTSU Music Admissions page.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
For detailed information on applying and auditioning at MTSU, please visit the MTSU Music Admissions page.
MTSU School of Music offers attractive scholarship packages which are available to all qualified music majors and minors.
Scholarships are also available for talented students who wish to participate in ensembles, as well as for non-majors.
The MTSU Music program prides itself on quality personal interaction between teacher and student. Three scholarship audition days are planned each year in order to accomodate the student's schedule. The playing portion of an audition will last around 10-15 minutes and will take place with the members of the MTSU Woodwind Faculty. Other events are scheduled throughout the day to inform students and parents about MTSU's music program.
MTSU's 2011 Scholarship Audition days are Friday, January 27th, Saturday, February 18th, and Saturday, February 25th, 2012.
ALL STUDENTS, major or minors, must audition for acceptance into the MTSU School of Music and for scholarship award considerations.
All non-majors, who are interested in scholarships for participation in ensembles at MTSU, are also required to audition.
On campus auditions on our pre-set scholarship audition days are preferred because they provide a chance for the MTSU faculty members to meet the student which will give the student a better idea of the teacher(s) with whom he/she will work with as well as a chance to view the university facilities. Flute auditions may be pre-recorded and sent by mail or scheduled on an alternate date only upon agreement between the instructor and student.
The offering of the MTSU School of Music scholarship awards will begin on March 1 and will continue until all funds have been allocated.
To set up an audition or for further information on application procedures, scholarships, or auditions, visit the MTSU Music Dept. page or contact the music office at 615.898.2469.