U-M Faculty Director: Professor William Campbell
July 6 - 19, 2014
Priority Deadline: February 14
This session will focus on developing strong fundamentals, improving tone production, and enhancing technical skills. Class offerings include:
The application consists of three parts. (Applications are not complete until the application fee has been received.)
Upload a 3-5 minute long recorded audition of one or more pieces, with or without accompaniment (for example, a piece performed at Solo and Ensemble Festival, an etude, or an excerpt from something being played at school). The selection(s) should demonstrate both technical and lyrical skills. You will be provided with an upload link following your online application submission.
(Optional) You may have one of your current music teachers (school teacher or private teacher) assess your work in a letter of recommendation. In addition to your musical abilities, the letter may discuss your personal characteristics such as initiative, dependability, and your commitment to increasing your musical skills. To invite a recommender: you will be prompted to submit your recommender's email address. You will then continue with your audition submission. Once complete, your recommender will receive a notification and link to send your confidential recommendation.
Priority deadline for all application/audition materials is February 14, 2014. Admission notifications for priority applicants will be e-mailed on March 28, 2014.
Late applications may be accepted while space is available, however priority will be given to applications received by the priority deadline. Admission and notification after the priority deadline will be on a rolling basis.
Decisions will not be given by phone.
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