Voice and Opera


STEP 1: PRESCREENING

A pre‐screening VIDEO submitted to Acceptd, is required for all graduate programs in Voice and Opera (MM and DMA).

The submission must include a minimum of five selections (including at least one aria), with one piece each in:

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • English.

Once you have passed the pre-screening, you will be invited for a live audition.


STEP 2: REGISTER 

Fill out and submit the Audition Registration Form.


STEP 3: PREPARE

Audition Requirements found below.


STEP 4: AUDITION

Complete a live audition on the date you selected! (If unable to attend a live audition, please contact the faculty member for your instrument/area).


Audition Requirements: An accompanist will be provided. You do not need to send music in advance.

MM in Voice or Opera:

A maximum of six selections covering the major languages (French, German, Italian, English), including an aria from either an oratorio or opera.

DMA in Voice:

A full 45‐50 minute recital program to include song literature as well as at least one opera and one oratorio aria. The repertoire must include the four standard languages of English, Italian, French, and German.


Faculty Contact: Julia Broxholm, jbroxhol@ku.edu   


Fall 2018 Audition Date - Voice and Opera

Friday, February 9, 2018

Alternate Voice and Opera Audition Dates

Note: Applicants are encouraged to sing on the designated graduate voice day above. Spots are limited on the following dates

Saturday, February 10, 2018

 

Friday, February 16, 2018

 

Saturday, February 17, 2018


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