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Graduate Voice Audition Repertoire

Bocelli Concert, 2/13/20, Infinite Energy Center, Atlanta

Bocelli Concert, 2/13/20, Infinite Energy Center, Atlanta

Pre-Screening

Applications for graduate study in voice require a pre-screening process and must be submitted by December 1, 2021.

  • Pre-screening materials must be submitted online using Acceptd.
  • Submit video recordings of three selections from the audition repertory listed below.

Following a faculty review, select applicants will be invited to campus for a full live audition. For questions about pre-screening and auditions, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Knight, chair of the voice area.

Live audition dates:

Saturday, January 29, 2022

Saturday, February 5, 2022

Audition requirements

Master of Music in Voice

MM applicants must prepare six (6) memorized selections, to include:

  • One aria from the Baroque or Classical era including a recitative
  • One Romantic or 20th/21st-century aria
  • Four art songs OR three art songs and an additional aria

At least three languages, including English, must be represented. All repertoire should be sung in the original language.

 

Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice

DMA applicants must prepare eight (8) memorized selections, to include:

  • One aria from the Baroque or Classical era including a recitative
  • One Romantic aria
  • One 20th/21st-century aria
  • Four art songs OR three art songs and an additional aria
  • An additional (unrestricted) selection

At least four languages, including English, must be represented. All repertoire should be sung in the original language.

Assistantships

The MM and DMA degree programs (non-Opera) have openings for all voices for Fall 2022.

The UGA Opera Theatre program does not have TA openings for Fall 2022.

 

For clarification and further information, please contact the appropriate applied faculty:

Gregory Broughton, tenor

Frederick Burchinal, baritone, opera studies

Elizabeth Knight, mezzo soprano, area chair

Stephanie Tinglersoprano

Kathryn Wrightopera coach

 

 

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