Music Admissions & Scholarship Auditions

Welcome!

Music Admission Auditions are required to begin an undergraduate music major or minor and for those applying for new music scholarships. Even if you are not planning to major or minor in music, you are still welcome to audition for scholarships! Interested students must complete an audition on their primary instrument or voice, regardless of their program of interest. 

We encourage students to review our available programs of study and introductory information about the Department of Music before moving forward. 

Graduate students should review the information on our Master of Music page for a separate audition process.

Audition Checklist

  1. Read General Audition Info
  2. Prepare Audition Requirements
  3. Review Frequently Asked Questions
  4. Submit Audition Form
  5. Apply to WWU, if not already completed

Current WWU student looking for Ensemble Auditions?

Visit the Ensemble Auditions page for more information.

A pianist playing with a violinist.

Audition General Information

Current Audition Information

Priority Consideration Deadline: February 25, 2024. 

Video auditions are accepted after the priority deadline, and students are admitted and offered scholarships on a space-available basis. We encourage students to submit or request an audition even if it is past the priority consideration deadline.

February 24, 25 and March 2, 3, 2024. 

All live auditions will take place in the Performing Arts Center (PA/PAC) on North Campus Download or use an interactive campus map. Live audition rooms will be given to students at check-in.

Students must check-in for their audition in the Performing Arts Center (PA/PAC) Lobby. Check-in is available starting at 8:15 a.m. Students are encouraged to arrive a minimum of one hour before their audition time to check in and warm up.

Percussion Day participants may check in between 8:15 and 8:45 a.m.


Live Audition Scheduling

Brass, Percussion, Voice, Woodwind, and Guitar

Students must select a live audition time slot through the Entrance & Scholarship Audition Form.

Piano, Strings & Harp

Students must select a live audition date preference through the Entrance & Scholarship Audition Form. Their area coordinator will email students directly to schedule their audition time based on their date preference. 


Audition Cancellation or Rescheduling 

Students can communicate directly with their area coordinator regarding audition rescheduling. Students who need to cancel their live audition should email their area coordinator and MusicAdvising@wwu.edu


Practice Rooms

Practice rooms will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for all students, except piano:

  • Piano students will be assigned 40 minutes of practice room time immediately before their audition time. Further details regarding the audition day will be sent via email to students roughly two weeks before their audition day.

WWU Closures on Audition Days

If WWU must cancel live auditions due to inclement weather or other, students will be notified via email and text message.

 

Video submissions are accepted for students who cannot attend on-campus auditions. We strongly encourage students to attend live auditions if possible. Submit videos as shared links to either YouTube or Vimeo through the audition form. Videos that are not public should be shared as unlisted links rather than private. Links should remain active until audition results are received. 

Each selection/requirement may be recorded separately, and students will be able to include multiple links in the audition form.  Introductions to videos are not required. Students should plan for their instrument to fully be in the frame. Piano auditions should record videos where their hands and at least their upper body are in the frame. Piano music should be memorized.

Audition results are sent on a rolling basis to the email provided in the Entrance & Scholarship Audition Form. All students who meet the priority consideration deadline are given equal consideration.

Major and Minor Acceptance Results

Major and minor acceptance results will be sent by March 15, 2024, for all students who met the priority consideration deadline. Students who audition after the deadline will be notified once a decision has been made. 

Scholarship Offer Results

Scholarship results will be sent by March 26, 2024, for all students who met the priority consideration deadline.  Students who audition after the deadline will be notified once a decision has been made. 

Acceptance to the composition major has two parts: an audition on a primary instrument or voice and the submission of a composition portfolio. Prospective composition majors must submit a successful portfolio of original compositions to be accepted to and begin the Bachelor of Music Composition major. See the Audition Requirements section for portfolio details and area audition requirements.

Not Ready to Submit a Portfolio?

Students who are not prepared to submit a portfolio can still audition for another music major or minor. Students are encouraged to audition for at least the Bachelor of Arts major to get started in core major coursework if accepted to a studio on their primary instrument or voice. 

Students can submit a portfolio to apply to the composition major after beginning at WWU. However, please be advised that space in the composition program is limited in such cases and students are therefore not guaranteed acceptance. Please contact Dr. Charles Halka with any questions or concerns. 

Degrees & Advising

Students are encouraged to also explore the Prospective Music Stage page for introductory information on core sequences, sample schedules, degree overviews, and optional assessments.


Scholarship Required Enrollment

Scholarship recipients must enroll in private lessons and a major ensemble according to their area of study below. Private lessons will include an additional course fee to enroll. Major ensembles include band, orchestra, and choir. Jazz ensembles do not apply to this requirement unless the scholarship is from the jazz area.

  • Brass: Enrollment in an ensemble is required, lessons are optional for non-majors/minors and music minors.
  • Guitar: Enrollment in an ensemble and lessons is required for all recipients.
  • Percussion: Enrollment in an ensemble and lessons is required for all recipients.
  • Piano: Enrollment in lessons is required, ensemble enrollment is optional for non-majors/minors and music minors.
  • Strings: Enrollment in an ensemble and lessons are required for all recipients.
  • Voice: Enrollment in an ensemble and lessons is required for all recipients.
  • Woodwind: Enrollment in an ensemble and lessons is required for all recipients.
  • Jazz: Enrollment in an ensemble is required for all recipients.

Piano/Keyboarding Skills

Competency on the piano is not required for major or minor admission to the brass, percussion, string & guitar, voice, or woodwind area. Students in these programs build basic and intermediate skills on the piano through keyboarding skills courses.

Piano majors and those with extensive piano lesson experience will take an advanced and accelerated set of keyboarding skills courses.

Travel and Accommodations and Parking

The Bellingham area has several hotels that offer a WWU discount! Please visit the Accommodations website for further details.  

Please review the information on the College of Fine and Performing Arts Getting Here page. We will not supply a parking code for audition days. Please note, that visitors will most likely need to park in the C/CR lots on Friday audition days.  Some students with large instruments may prefer to be dropped off next to parking lot 11G and check in while their guests/family park and walk to the PAC. See the CFPA Getting Here page and Visitor Parking Guide for assistance locating 11G.


Tours and Other Opportunities

Students are encouraged to sign up for a virtual or campus tour through the admissions office!

Singing actors during rehearsal against a dark background with accompanist in the foreground.

Audition Requirements

Prepare the audition requirements listed below according to your primary instrument/voice area. Students may choose to audition on more than one instrument/voice. Please contact the corresponding area coordinator with questions or concerns. Prospective composition majors must complete an audition on their primary instrument/voice and submit a portfolio of work. 

Email Gustavo Camacho with any questions you may have.

Instrument Requirements Instructor
Horn
  1. Any solo or etude that demonstrates your current technical level on your instrument (What we are listening for: clean tonguing, fingerings, lip flexibility, range, rhythm accuracy, steady time)
  2. Any solo or etude featuring lyrical passages (What we are listening for: musical phrasing, constant air flow, tone quality, volume control)
  3. Major and minor scales and arpeggios through four sharps and four flats may be requested at the on-campus audition only (What we are listening for: basic knowledge of key signatures)
Gustavo Camacho
Trumpet
  1. Any solo or etude that demonstrates your current technical level on your instrument (What we are listening for: clean tonguing, fingerings, lip flexibility, range, rhythm accuracy, steady time)
  2. Any solo or etude featuring lyrical passages (What we are listening for: musical phrasing, constant air flow, tone quality, volume control)
  3. Major and minor scales and arpeggios through four sharps and four flats may be requested at the on-campus audition only (What we are listening for: basic knowledge of key signatures)
Vincent Green
Tuba
  1. Any solo or etude that demonstrates your current technical level on your instrument (What we are listening for: clean tonguing, slide positions, lip flexibility, range, rhythm accuracy, steady time)
  2. Any solo or etude featuring lyrical passages (What we are listening for: musical phrasing, constant air flow, tone quality, volume control)
  3. Major and minor scales and arpeggios through four sharps and four flats may be requested at the on-campus audition only (What we are listening for: basic knowledge of key signatures)
Peder McClellan
Trombone 

Tenor/Bass Trombone

  1. Any solo or etude that demonstrates your current technical level on your instrument (What we are listening for: clean tonguing, fingerings, lip flexibility, range, rhythm accuracy, steady time)
  2. Any solo or etude featuring lyrical passages (What we are listening for: musical phrasing, constant air flow, tone quality, volume control)
Greg Cox
Euphonium
  1. Any solo or etude that demonstrates your current technical level on your instrument (What we are listening for: clean tonguing, fingerings, lip flexibility, range, rhythm accuracy, steady time)
  2. Any solo or etude featuring lyrical passages (What we are listening for: musical phrasing, constant air flow, tone quality, volume control)
Peder McClellan

Guitar Area Checklist

  1. Review audition requirements
  2. Review audition details
  3. Review audition resources

Email Eli Schille-Hudson with any questions or concerns. 

Audition Requirements

  1. Any Major scale and any natural-minor scale, each spanning two octaves, played apoyando.
  2. Any exercise from Mauro Giuliani’s Centoventi Arpeggi, 1-10.
  3. One of the following:
    • Any study by Fernando Sor OR
    • Any study from Leo Brouwer’s Estudios Sencillos 
  4. A selection the applicant chooses to reflect their strengths as a musician. Any style is welcome; improvisations and original compositions also welcome.

Audition Details

Audition Resources

  1. Scale notation, tablature, and fingering resources are available for free through our Google Drive folder.
  2. Giuliani resources are available for free through our Google Drive folder.
  3. Fernando Sor  (opp. 6, 29, 31, 35, 44, 60) are available for purchase via Telca Editions, and for available for free through our Google Drive folder. 
  4. Leo Brouwer's Estudio Sencillos is available via Sheet Music Plus.

For the 2024 Music Department Entrance and Scholarship Auditions, prospective percussion and drumset students should sign up for one of the Percussion Days for Prospective Students. There are no required solos, scales or etudes for the audition. Students will participate in world drumming ensembles percussion duets and large percussion ensemble rehearsals. Drumset concentration students will need to sign up for a Jazz Audition in addition. For more information, email Dr. Patrick Roulet, the percussion area coordinator.

Email Milica Jelača Jovanović with any questions or concerns. Students auditioning for scholarships only are encouraged to prepare for the music major requirements.  

Important Details

  • Repertoire Restrictions: At this time, students cannot present pop, rock, new age, or personal compositions at auditions. See other specific repertoire requirements below according to major/minor status.
  • Repertoire Difficulty: The minimum level of difficulty should be like the following: Bach, “Short Preludes” & “Inventions;” Clementi;  Haydn; Mozart & Beethoven “Sonatinas;" Bartok “Mikrokosmos” Books 3 & 4.
  • Memorized Pieces: All pieces must be memorized. At this time, prospective music minors cannot present personal compositions, pop, rock, or new-age piano music at auditions.
  • Sight Reading Assessment: Sight reading will be evaluated for academic purposes at on-campus auditions but does not weigh into admission decisions.
Interest Requirements
Non-Major/Minor
  • One piece from the following style periods: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, 20th/21st Century Classical.
  • One other contrasting piece. This may be from the jazz genre. 

Music Minor

  • One piece from the following style periods: Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, 20th/21st Century Classical.
  • One other contrasting piece. This may be from the jazz genre. 

If also auditioning for a music major, please prepare the major requirements only.

Music Major
  • One Baroque (~1600-1750) or Classical Period (~1750-1830) piece.
  • Two additional contrasting pieces from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, or 20th/21st Century Classical periods only. Jazz is not accepted for major auditions.

Email the Strings Area Coordinator, Grant Donnellan, with any questions or concerns. Accompaniment is not required.

Instrument Requirements Instructor
Violin
  1. One movement of a Solo Sonata or Partita by J.S. Bach. 
  2.  One movement of a Major Concerto OR a Virtuoso Work. 
    • Concerto Examples: Beethoven, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Saint-Saens, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Bruch, Barber, Vieuxtemps, Wieniwski, et al, 
    • Virtuoso Examples: Saint-Saens Havanaise or Introduction and Rondo Capriciosso, Wieniawski Polonaise Brillante, Sarasate Zapateado, Ravel Tzigane, Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro, et al. 
  3. One Etude: any of the etudes/caprices of Kreutzer, Rode, Fiorillo, Dont (op. 35) Gavinies, Paganini, Wieniawski (opus 10) or Ernst. 
  4. One scale of your choice, three or four octaves at a moderate tempo, six to eight notes per bow. 
  5. One major and relative minor arpeggio of your choice, three or four octaves. 
Grant Donnellan, Laura Camacho
Viola
  1. 3-octave scale of your choice. 
  2. 1 movement of Bach Solo Suite. 
  3. 1 movement of a Sonata (by Brahms, Clarke, Schubert, etc.) or Concerto (by Walton, Bartok, Hindemith, Stamitz, etc.) demonstrating your current level of musicianship and technique.
Joseph Gottesman
Cello
  1. 3 or 4-octave scale of your choice. 
  2. Etude by Popper or similar. 
  3. Two contrasting works from different stylistic periods. 
    • Eg. Bach Solo Suite and Sonata (by Brahms/Grieg/Shostakovich etc.) or Concerto (by Saint-Saens, Lalo, Dvorak, Haydn, etc.) or shorter concert work is also acceptable.
Janet Steinberg
Double Bass
  1. 1 etude from Nanny’s “Complete Methods” book 1 OR solo of candidate’s choice. 
  2. Two contrasting orchestral excerpts (one by Mozart). 
  3. Scales through half, 1st & 2nd positions. 
Dylan Palmer
Harp
  1. Two pieces of different styles, memorized. 
    • Examples; Handel Concerto in B-flat, Haydn Theme & Variations, Pescetti C Major Sonata, Pierne Impromptu Caprice, Debussy First Arabesque, selections from Suite of Eight Dances by Salzedo. 
  2. Major and melodic minor scales. 
  3. Sight reading at on-campus auditions only.
Jill Whitman

Voice Area Checklist

  1. Review video or live audition details 
  2. Review audition requirements 
  3. Review audition resources

Email Directory of Voice Studies, Dr. Richard Hodges, with any questions or concerns. 

Audition Modality

Accompaniment is not required for live auditions or video auditions. A pianist will be available for live auditions and will sight-read pieces during the audition slot. 

  • Video Auditions: Any student may submit a video audition, regardless of location. Video auditions are accepted as shared links only to Youtube or Vimeo. Please note, students may be contacted by the voice area to schedule a Zoom meeting for an interview, pitch matching, and sight reading. See the resources for pitch matching and sight reading below.

  • Live Auditions: Students should be prepared to sing their piece(s), along with pitch matching, sight reading, and engage in a short interview. Students are not required to have sight-reading experience, this is used as a tool to get a full picture of each auditioning student. Due to the 10-minute time slot, students may be stopped mid-way through their piece(s). If we stop you mid-way through any part of the audition, please know it does not reflect on the quality of what was offered. 

Audition Requirements 

Please prepare the following requirements based on your degree and/or scholarship interest. All students will be automatically considered for scholarships.

Interest Audition Requirement
Scholarship Only, Non-Music Major/Minor Prepare one piece of your choosing, any genre or style.
Music Minor

Prepare one piece of your choosing, any genre or style.

If auditioning for a music major and/or performance major, please prepare those requirements only.

Music Major: General Music Studies (BA), Composition (BMus), Musicology (BMus), Music Education P-12 (BMus)

Prepare one piece of your choosing, any genre or style.

If also auditioning for the performance major, please prepare only the performance major requirements.

Music Major: Performance (BMus)

Prepare two pieces of contrasting styles from the following options:

We encourage your pieces to be from two different language traditions, but this is not required.

Audition Resources

Audition Requirements
Sight Reading and Pitch Matching

It is okay for students to not have experience with sight reading. Sight-reading and pitch matching are used as a tool for assessment to get a full picture of each student. 

Email the Woodwind Area Coordinator, Mehrdad Gholami, with any questions or concerns. Accompaniment is not required. Students may be contacted for a zoom interview.

Instrument Requirements Instructor
Flute
  1. Two contrasting etudes from "Melodious and Progressive Studies", Book one, revised by Robert Cavally or 25 Romantic Etudes, Opus 66 by Ernesto Kohler
  2. Flute solo of choice
Mehrdad Gholami
Clarinet
  1. Two contrasting etudes from “32 Studies” by Cyrille Rose
  2. Clarinet solo of choice
Rachel Yoder
Bassoon
  1. Two Weissenborn or Advanced Rubank études 
  2. Bassoon solo of choice
Pat Nelson
Saxophone
  1. Two studies from Ferling 48 Famous Studies, Rubank Selected Studies, Klose 25 Exercises or Niehaus Jazz Studies 
  2. Saxophone solo of choice
Fred Winkler
Oboe

Prepare and perform two pieces of your choice that demonstrate:​​​​​

  • your technical ability, your musical expressiveness, and contrasting in style, tempo, etc. 
  • music you love and connect with

Oboe Required Statement and Guidelines

Submit a statement about what it is you love about playing music, and the oboe in particular. We are interested in who you are, what music means to you, how long you’ve been playing, what kinds of musical experiences you’ve had, and how you envision music being part of your life at WWU and beyond.

Students are encouraged to review the following links for standard training methods and repertoire examples.

Jennifer Weeks

Acceptance to the composition major has two parts: an audition on a primary instrument or voice and the submission of a composition portfolio. If you have not reviewed your primary instrument/voice audition requirements, please do so now. 

Prospective composition majors must submit a successful portfolio of original compositions to be accepted to and begin the Bachelor of Music Composition major. Students who are not ready to submit a portfolio may audition for another other major or minor through Entrance & Scholarship Auditions! Please review the portfolio requirements and/or "Not Ready to Submit a Portfolio" sections below. 


Portfolio Requirements 

Prepare the following materials for your composition portfolio. Submit your portfolio items as shared links  (or a single link to a shared folder with all files) in the Entrance & Scholarship Audition form. Ensure the sharing settings are set to "anyone with the link can view," and that all links remain active/available until notified of the acceptance decision. 

  • 2-3 original compositions. There is no requirement in terms of musical style, but the compositions should be the best representation of the applicant's current interests and abilities. 
  • At least one composition should be notated (PDF format preferred). Audio recordings are required if a composition is not notated. Audio recordings for notated works are not required but are helpful.  

Not Ready to Submit a Portfolio

Students who are not prepared to submit a portfolio can still audition for another music major or minor! Students are encouraged to audition for at least the Bachelor of Arts major to get started in core major coursework if accepted to a studio on their primary instrument or voice. 

Students can submit a portfolio to apply to the composition major after beginning at WWU. However, please be advised that space in the composition program is limited in such cases and students are therefore not guaranteed acceptance. Please contact Dr. Charles Halka with any questions or concerns. 

A view of the concert hall from the audience during a performance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Students must apply to WWU through the Admissions Office. Students can audition for our program at any time before or after submitting an admissions application. Students do not need to wait for WWU acceptance to audition. Please note, acceptance to the music major or minor does not guarantee admission to the general university. Students must eventually be accepted through the WWU Admissions Office to enroll as a music major or minor and it is possible for a student to be accepted to our major or minor and not be admitted through the WWU Admissions Office.

No accompaniment is required to audition for our program. Instrumentalists will play without accompaniment. We will provide an accompanist for voice auditions, but this is optional. Students auditioning for the voice area may sing acapella, with the provided accompanist, or with a backing track/pre-recorded accompaniment. 

Yes! Students can audition on more than one instrument for scholarships and major/minor consideration. 

An entrance audition is required to start the music major and minor core classes. These classes include music theory, aural skills, and keyboarding skills, music education courses, composition courses, and music history courses. 

Students who choose not to audition for our program have many opportunities to participate in our department. Students can enroll in ensembles, music GURs, MUS 101, and applied/composition lessons. While students can enroll in University Choir without an audition, all other ensembles will require a fall quarter Ensemble Audition to enroll. Some studios may require a studio audition or instructor permission to join an applied area or to enroll in composition lessons.

No, you do not need to submit recommendation letters to audition.

The Entrance & Scholarship Application form acts as an application for the music program. 

This audition process does not place students into ensembles. All students will complete ensemble auditions each year before the start of the academic year. Please visit the Ensemble and Ensemble Auditions page for more details.

Competency on the piano is not required for major or minor admission to the brass, percussion, string & guitar, voice, or woodwind area. Students in these programs build basic and intermediate skills on the piano through keyboarding skills courses.

Piano majors and those with extensive piano lesson experience will take an advanced and accelerated set of keyboarding skills courses.

Music Admissions and Scholarship Form

Before you go on...

Please make sure you have reviewed the audition information and prepared your audition requirements. Those submitting video audition should be prepared to submit shared links to Youtube or Vimeo.


 

Webform

Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

General Information

Before you go on, record your audition

Please record your audition before proceeding. Your video audition must be ready to submit as a shared link(s) before submitting this form.

Name
Contact Information

Musical Background

Use the space below to describe any background you take to be formative in your development as a musician thus far.

You may (but are not required to) discuss your former teachers, music-making with family or friends, songwriting, composition, music production, ensemble playing, summer programs/festivals, theatre/musical theatre productions, or instrumental/vocal study outside the area in which you plan to audition.

You may also include any additional information you feel is important in representing yourself as a musician, student, or member of your community.

Please note that beyond the Audition Requirements for each area of study, our degree programs do not require any specific musical background as a condition of admission.

Music Curriculum Background

This information does not weigh into admission decisions. Students should not worry if they have not completed college courses or AP exams.

The following questions help the music advisor determine whether students qualify for our music core equivalency assessments which students take before enrollment.

Other institutions sometimes combine written music theory and aural skills in the same course. If you have completed coursework for which that has been the case, you may list yourself as having transferrable credits in both subjects.

Piano/Keyboarding Background

The following question helps us determine whether to place you in beginning, intermediate, or advanced keyboarding skills.  Students in the brass, percussion, strings & guitar, voice, and woodwind areas are not required to have piano competency to be admitted as music students.

Music Degrees

At Entrance & Scholarship Auditions, students complete an audition for major/minor acceptance and/or scholarships. Students auditioning for major/minor acceptance should select the degrees they are interested in studying below. Students auditioning for scholarship consideration only should select “Non-Music Major/Minor.”  

Those accepted as a music major, or minor are eligible to start core classes for that degree in Fall 2023. While audition requirements are the same, consideration for each degree program is different. Students are not committed to these degree programs and will have the opportunity to confirm or decline their acceptance by May 2023 and prior to enrollment. Students are encouraged to explore the music major options.

Music Degree Choice

Live Auditions

Audition scheduling options will become available to select once you have indicated your "Audition Area," "Instrument," and/or "Voice Type" from the selections above.

We are no longer accepting audition submissions for February 24 and 25.

Select your audition date preference below. Your audition time slot will be assigned based on your date preference and emailed to you by the audition area coordinator. If you have scheduling conflicts with audition dates, please list those under the scheduling conflict section below. We will do our best to accommodate your preferences.

We are no longer accepting audition submissions for February 24 and 25.

Select your audition time below. Please select the earliest time possible. If there are no more time slots available, or you have a scheduling conflict with remaining time slots, please contact your corresponding audition area coordinator for assistance. 

We are no longer accepting audition submissions for February 24 and 25.

Please select an available date for your audition.

Please select an available date for your audition.

Please select an available date for your audition.

Please select an available date for your audition.

Saturday, February 24, 2024

We are no longer scheduling auditions for February 24 or 25. Please select a different date.

Sunday, February 25, 2024

We are no longer scheduling auditions for February 24 or 25. Please select a different date.
 

Saturday, March 2, 2024

Percussion auditions will take place with a group over several hours.

Sunday, March 3, 2024

Please list auditions conflicts, if any.

Please list your planned audition repertoire, if possible. Solo repertoire can be changed through the audition day and students do not need to notify us of the change before their audition.

Percussion Repertoire

There are no required solos, scales or etudes for the audition. Students will participate in world drumming ensembles percussion duets and large percussion ensemble rehearsals.

Composition Portfolio

Portfolio materials must be submitted links rather than direct uploads. Please make sure the share settings are set to "anyone with the link can view" to ensure its accessibility. Applicants should make sure all links are active/available until they are notified of their acceptance.

Students who feel they are not prepared to submit a portfolio can disregard this section. The composition area will reach out to prospective students who did not submit a portfolio for options moving forward. Students who didn't submit a portfolio may be able to begin composition lessons to work on their portfolio, contingent on studio availability. 

Paste links below!

Video Submissions

Please submit your video link(s) below. Ensure your video-sharing settings are set to "Anyone with a link can view," and that the links remain active until you receive your audition results.

Voice Auditions: Students may be contacted to set up a zoom audition for an additional interview, pitch matching, and sight-reading. See the audition requirements section for more information.

Please include what pieces you are performing for your audition.

Looking for more information?

If you have any questions, we're happy to find you an answer. Call the Music Department Office 360-650-3130, or view the directory of faculty and staff.