If you’re a high school junior or senior planning to study guitar in college, preparing your guitar audition is probably in the forefront of your mind. Almost every university or college school of music will require you to audition, for either acceptance or scholarships or both.
Majoring in music is not for everyone. Even the application process is a bigger time commitment than your friends planning to major in other areas will experience. Here are three things to consider before applying along with tips for now that will help you in December. And in February, when you are still applying to schools!
Choosing a music school - finding a music school that fits your skills and goals.
This article is designed to clarify and simplify various aspects of applying and auditioning to music school, an often daunting component of majoring in music.
Classes are back in session at most high schools around the country. For seniors whose plans require an audition for music school, those auditions are just around the corner. This is the beginning of the next phase in the wild and wacky world of applying to music school, and not the easiest of times for students OR their parents.
Keeping track of music school applications and auditions is tedious and time-consuming, and can make your head swirl (to put it mildly).