having an interest in applying for a University scholarship
should submit an application
A number of strictly music scholarships are available to Music Majors. They are awarded on the basis of successful performance achievements and scholarly potential. The awards are renewable throughout the undergraduate tenure pending suitable Grade Point Average and performance levels.
music major or minor, you will be required to declare a major
performing area (voice, clarinet, violin, etc.). Please be
aware that an audition is required in any case for admission
into a particular studio. This is typically done at the
Music Awards Days, but if you are not planning on auditioning
for a scholarship you will still be required to play for the
professor of the particular
Please contact specific areas for more information:
High School Seniors interested in attending K-State as a music major or minor and in applying for scholarship consideration are encouraged to participate in one of the several Music Awards Days. The purpose of the Music Awards Days is to allow students, parents and teachers to view our new facilities, meet our faculty, and discuss career and curriculum objectives. Students who wish to do so may audition for our artist faculty on Music Awards Days. The results of this audition will be used as the basis for the applicant’s admission into a particular studio, and for the applicant’s candidacy for music scholarships.
High School students who are in their junior year may opt to audition for the music faculty as well. Although scholarships are only offered to incoming K-State students, the experience of playing a scholarship audition in front of university faculty can be quite valuable. The music faculty will provide commentary on areas in which students should focus their study as they they prepare for college.
about the dates of these Music Awards Days and music
scholarships may be obtained by contacting the K-State Music
Program, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance,
Call the office at (785) 532-3800, or e-mail Teri Breymeyer at email@example.com.
last updated june 25, 2013
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