Audition Information & Requirements
Fall/Spring 2022 applicants: Website is being updated. Check back here at the end of September for updated audition information. We do plan on hosting in-person auditions. Audition registration will become available in October.
Please read this entire page as it has important information regarding audition/portfolio requirements.
To complete a graduate application to the University, please visit the following website: http://louisville.edu/graduate.
In order to be considered for music scholarships and assistantships, performance/pedagogy applicants must complete the application by February 15. For Music Composition and Music Theory, the portfolio must be submitted by January 15. For Music History portfolio must be submitted by February 1. For more information about scholarships please visit our scholarship page: http://louisville.edu/music/apply/graduate/scholarships
Please contact the School of Music admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We are hosting in-person and virtual visits for prospective students.
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:
Music History: contact Prof. Jerry Tolson for more information Email
If you have applied to the jazz composition/arranging program, you will need to submit a portfolio of work directly to Dr. Gabriel Evens. He can be reached at: 502.852.7075 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.