Woodwinds Division - Undergraduate
Undergraduate Admissions - Woodwinds Division
Admission Requirements and Process
For students seeking to study the woodwind instrument, audition requirements include:
- Prepare at least one solo of major length. Movements and/or etudes contrasting in tempo and style are desirable.
- Demonstrate knowledge of scales and arpeggios.
- Advanced solos from state solo and ensemble contest lists are suggested.
- Sight reading and aural discrimination skills will also be assessed during your audition.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
We provide several options for students seeking talent-based scholarships, as well as opportunities for first-year and transfer students seeking funding for specific programs. Explore these details on the Financial Aid and Scholarships page.
Oboe students participate in weekly, small-group reedmaking lessons. Oboe students meet in a weekly studio class and perform in front of their classmates several times per semester. Each oboe student has the opportunity to play and perform on English horn.