Attend eight concerts or recitals outside of your teacher’s studio this academic year. For example, two concerts at your high school, two concerts/recitals on a college/university campus, and two concerts by professional organizations like your city’s symphony or touring recitalists. Add two concerts/performances outside the discipline of your primary performance instrument. Example: Broadway musical, opera, ballet, community chorus, or folksong festival.
Attend one Master Class on a college campus.
Begin music theory instruction. This can be through formal course offerings at your school, college-prep classes, or online.
Participate in statewide festivals and competitions by performing a solo that is appropriate to your technical ability.
Accompany at least three wind or string instrumentalists in their designated Solo and Ensemble Festival.
Perform in a studio recital.
Attend extended Summer Music Camp that has age appropriate performance repertoire. This should be on a college campus, preferably on the college campus you want to attend. While attending this camp, take at least one private lesson from a professor in whose studio you might spend the majority of your collegiate experience. Check out our grade-by-grade summer experience guide for details.
Keep ScholarshipAuditions.com updated each semester and summer.