Application for Audition

For the 2018-2019 Academic Year

Please review the School of Music's application and audition requirements before completing this form.

Please ensure that you complete the form as fully as possible to avoid complications with your electronic application. Omitting important fields (name, address) may cause errors when submitting your application.

1. UVic Admissions

Have you applied to UVic Admissions?

– Please supply the student ID number V#

–  Applications to UVic should be completed prior to filling out this form.


 2. Personal Information
Full Name
Street Address
City
Province/State
Country
Postal/Zip Code
Phone
Email


3. AUDITION INFORMATION
List performance areas in which you wish to audition:
[List principal instrument first ie. piano, flute, etc.]
[For voice applicants only]
Do you wish the School to provide an accompanist?
(one can be arranged with if music sent 1 week in advance)
Are you submitting an audition recording?
(Must be received by March 31)


4. MUSCIAL BACKGROUND
List years of instruction for each instrument/voice:
Instrument Private Study Class Study


5. PROGRAM SELECTION

All BMus students, regardless of their eventual choice of Major, are required to take a common first-year program.

Select major program(s) of interest:

Musical Arts
Music Education
Composition
Music History
Performance


6. EDUCATION HISTORY
List previous university/college training:
(If none, leave blank)
Name of Institution Dates of Study
1.
2.
3.
Please make sure that the School receives copies of all your post-secondary transcripts.


7. AUDITION SCHEDULING
Indicate preferred audition dates from highest (1) to lowest (3):
If possible, provide more than one choice.
Preference (1-3)
1
2
3

Further information or comments can be entered below:

 

Remember that you must submit a separate application for admission to the University. You can do so electronically by going directly to Post-secondary Application Service of British Columbia. Information and the on-line application are available at Undergraduate Admissions.

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