Audition Dates & Requirements
Please read this entire page as it has important information regarding audition/portfolio requirements.
Audition dates for entrance and scholarship for Fall 2017:
January 21, 2017, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
February 4, 2017, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
February 25, 2017, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Graduate students in performance or music education must complete an instrumental/voice audition for entrance to the School of Music. To sign up for an audition after you have applied to the University, please fill out the Audition Request Form. Fall 2017 Entrance Audition Request Form
To schedule an audition for Spring 2017 admission please contact the admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the faculty in your performance area.
The School of Music will provide piano accompaniment for vocal auditions only. Accompaniment will not be required for instrumental auditions. Audition requirements vary for instruments and degrees. Please see the appropriate links below or contact the professor in your performance/degree area.
Performance Audition Requirements:
If you have applied to the jazz composition/arranging program, you will need to submit a portfolio of work directly to Prof. John La Barbera. He can be reached at: 502.852.1838 or Email.
If you have applied for a conducting degree, you will need to coordinate your conducting audition with the appropriate faculty listed below.
Dr. Frederick Speck, Wind Conducting
Prof. Kimcherie Lloyd, Orchestral Conducting
Dr. Kent Hatteberg, Choral Conducting
For specific questions about the audition/portfolio requirements please contact the faculty in your specific area.
- Video, DVD, CD, or audio tape may be submitted in lieu of a live audition only with special permission from the faculty in your applied area. Please contact the Admissions Counselor at email@example.com to make this request.
- In order to be considered for Music Scholarship, students must audition on or before the final scholarship audition date. For music composition, music history and music theory applicants, the portfolio must be submitted by February 1st. For more information about scholarships please visit our scholarship page: http://louisville.edu/music/apply/graduate/scholarships
- Auditions will be scheduled only if your application to U of L has been received.
- For students with schedule conflicts, a weekday audition may be arranged with faculty in your performance area. Please contact the Admissions Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org to make this request.
- Contact the School of Music Admissions Counselor with any questions. Email: email@example.com; Phone: (502) 852-1623; Toll-Free Phone: 1-800-334-UOFL ext. 1623