Auditions are the most important part of the music school application process. Many schools require two rounds of auditions: the first round is typically a prescreen that admissions reviews before calling back applicants for a second live audition. Only the best students will be called back and only the best of those who audition live will be selected for admission. The music school admission process is rigorous and acceptance demands concentrated training and preparation.
With most top music schools accepting 7-34% of applicants, it is important to be as prepared as possible. Refined instrument, solo and group performance, and ear-training skills as well as advanced knowledge of music theory are only a handful of broad domains that admissions committees consider. On top of demonstrating a high level of music mastery, students will also be expected to submit a seamless application including a resume, repertoire list, and personal statement.
Hodis Learning & Music’s Music School Preparation and Audition Training Workshop will train students to become audition-ready and guide students through every step of the audition and application process in private lessons. Our music teachers are professional performers, songwriters, producers, and teachers who are familiar with the application process for music schools. By the end of the program, students will have ready-to-submit prescreened auditions and applications, as well as the skills and confidence to pass their live auditions.