Music Scholarship Auditions

Thank you for your interest in studying music at Seminole State College. We will be offering a scholarship audition event during the spring that you can attend. This event will have many sections that will allow you to learn more about the music program at Seminole State, find out about the admissions process and financial aid, meet the music faculty and audition for a music scholarship.

Spring 2020 Music Scholarship Auditions: To Be Announced


Please fill out the form below to request an audition for scholarship purposes. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a scholarship audition outside of the event, please feel free to contact Robin Parker at parkerr@seminolestate.edu.

Please find all of the audition requirements below the form.

Audition Requirements

All audition pieces must be no more than five minutes (not including scales).

Voice:

  • Two contrasting pieces with piano accompaniment ex. Italian Art Songs, English Art Songs, Pre-1965 Musical Theatre (Legit Musical Theatre)

Piano:

  • Two contrasting selections from the classical repertory or a standard contest-type solo, FBA Level 4 or higher, which best display your technical and musical accomplishments.
  • All major scales

Woodwind and Brass:

  • Two contrasting selections from the classical repertory or a standard contest-type solo, FBA Level 4 or higher, which best display your technical and musical accomplishments.
  • All major scales

Percussion:

Snare

  • One solo or etude demonstrating musical and technical ability
  • Concert style (buzz) roll pp-ff-pp

Mallets

  • All major scales

Tympani

  • One solo or etude demonstrating musical and technical ability
  • Tuning

Guitar:

Classical

  • The applicants must play three solo pieces: One from the traditional classic repertoire (Sor, Carcassi, Carulli, Tarrega, etc.), one for solo guitar from Central or South American repertoire (Browuer, Villa Lobos, Barrios, Lauro, etc.), and one free choice solo piece

Jazz

  • The applicants must play to the melody, the chord changes, and two chorus improvisation over a jazz standard as well demonstrate knowledge about chord building and diatonic scales in five positions
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