Get Noticed for Your Talent
As we have talked about in past blogs, competitions are a great way to build your resume and bolster your college applications, whether you play trumpet, flute, or sing. Competing shows recruiters your commitment to enhancing your talent.
You may already be involved in a school choir, band, orchestra, extra-curricular ensemble, or musical. However, when many students are already involved in these activities, it can be hard to stand out against the crowd. The next step to get noticed by colleges is participating in competitions.
There are benefits to competitions beyond increasing your chances of college recruitment.
- Being presented with the chance to experience working with professional musicians.
- Earning a scholarship or prize money if you win.
- Challenging yourself, learning skills, and showcasing your technique, personal style, and interpretive abilities.
Want to compete, but don’t know where to get started? Here are some elite competitions for flute, trumpet, and vocalists.
The NFA High School Soloist Competition
Mid-South Flute Society
National YoungArts Foundation Woodwind Competition
American Protege International Woodwind and Brass Competition
National Trumpet Competition (High School Division)
International Trumpet Guild Youth Competition
Ictus International Music Competition
Glenn Miller Birthplace Society Scholarship
National YoungArts Association Voice Competition
American Protege International Vocal Competition
Schmidt Youth Vocal Competition
Meet us at a competition! A large competition that ScholarshipAuditions.com just attended was the Bands of America San Antonio Super Regional Championship. Next, we will be at the Bands of America Grand National Marching Championships in Indianapolis November 14-16 to see students all over the country compete for their futures.
Want to use your competition experience to get noticed by recruiters? Visit ScholarshipAuditions.com and complete a profile today!