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Audition Requirements

Undergraduate clarinet auditions at the Schwob School of Music require:

  1. All major scales and arpeggios in any pattern of your choice and a full-range chromatic scale.  The E, F, Gb, and G major scales and arpeggios must be three octaves.
  2. One or two prepared piece(s) that show off lyrical and technical playing.  
  3. Sight-reading

MM Performance audition requirements are here.  

Artist Diploma audition requirements are here.

Scholarship eligibility

Everyone who auditions before our last official audition date is eligible for a scholarship, as long as you have also been accepted to CSU. There is no separate scholarship application. The Woodruff Award is the only exception--it does have a separate, video-only application. Details are here.

Audition Dates
 

While you can audition on an alternate date if you need to, we do have four official audition registration for students interested in beginning in Fall 2017. The dates for woodwinds and links to register are listed here.  If you need an alternate date, contact Dr. Oberlander directly (link at the top of this page).

Graduate students should audition before March 1, 2017.  Contact Dr. Oberlander to set up an appointment.

Want to schedule an audition and apply to CSU?

Undergraduates:

There are two steps:

1. Start here: http://music.columbusstate.edu/admissions/

Follow the Audition Dates and Reservations link on that page and schedule an audition.  If you cannot come on a scheduled audition date, contact me directly and we'll set up something that's convenient for you.

2. You need to also apply to the university, although you can audition before you have been officially accepted to CSU.  You can apply online at http://admissions.columbusstate.edu/    You must be accepted to CSU before our last official audition date each year to be eligible for scholarship.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Hope to see you soon!

Graduates:

See this page; scroll down to the degree in which you are interested.

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