student should bring to the audition a c.v. that includes complete list
of repertoire s/he has studied. The pieces should be organized into the
following categories: etudes, solo repertoire, chamber music, large
excerpts (parts performed in youth symphonies, etc., as well as
excerpts and cadenzas
studied during lessons).
representative etude such as Bochsa, Quarante Etudes Faciles, Op. 318.
- Two contrasting solo works illustrating different
styles and techniques. At
least one work to be performed from memory.
** At least two of the solo repertoire selections should be played from
Baroque piece or an allegro movement from a Classical or early Romantic
sonata (C.P.E. Bach, Backhofen,
later Romantic or earlier 20th-century composition (Fauré,
Renié, Spohr, Tournier…)
contemporary composition, or movement of a compostiion, written after
1950 (Britten, Flagello Hindemith,
Houdy, Schaefer, Tailleferre …)
excerpts such as those found on standard orchestral audition lists.
in doubt as to the appropriateness or level of difficulty of your
please contact Dr. Jessica Suchy-Pilalis at (315) 267-2447, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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