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Undergraduate Auditions

Music Areas



You must apply to the School of Music before you can audition. For details, please review the Undergraduate Music Admissions Overview.

Spring 2022 Applicants: Please contact Music Admissions before you apply to start in a spring semester. We must verify studio space before an audition can be scheduled. Spring 2022 auditions must occur before December 15, 2021

Fall 2022 Applicants: Undergraduate Audition Dates

  • Friday, January 21, 2022 (winds, brass, percussion, voice only - no oboe, strings, piano)
  • Saturday, January 29, 2022 (all areas)
  • Saturday,February 5, 2022 (all areas - no oboe)

*Oboe auditions will also be held on Saturday, February 12, 2022. Please reach out to Dr. Messich after completing your application if you would like to audition on this date.

Music Minor in Jazz applicants should select "Distance Audition" to submit their audition with recorded materials.

The Voice Area is no longer accepting applications for Fall 2022.

Applicants should contact Music Admissions at for guidance on how to apply for Fall 2022.


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All prospective music majors and minors must audition on at least one instrument (requirements listed above) in order to be considered for admission into the School of Music. 


Please be sure to dress properly for your audition. "Business casual" is a generally a good place to start when it comes to proper audition attire, but many prospective students will dress even more nicely. One note of caution: though dressing nicely is encouraged, students should avoid wearing clothing that is overly stiff or uncomfortable (e.g. heavily-starched shirts or shoes that are not yet broken in); any clothing that could distract one from performing one's best should be avoided. 

Multiple instruments

Though we welcome students to audition on more than one instrument (up to three), multiple auditions do not necessarily increase a student's chances of being admitted to the School of Music. Instrumental area faculty do not take into account the number of auditions a student is performing when deciding whether or not to admit the student. Also, a student's audition performance is the sole determining factor for music scholarship eligibility, and so it may be best to focus on preparing one outstanding audition rather than to prepare multiple mediocre auditions. 

Note: Music scholarship considerations are only made once per year, during the regular spring audition season. See more information about music scholarships here.

Distance auditions

Although we strongly encourage live, on-site auditions, all undergraduate applicants who live beyond a 250-mile radius of Athens, GA may submit their entire audition online. However, to be considered for music scholarships, you must perform an on-site audition during one of our official audition dates.Please contact Music Admissions to request permission before submitting a distance audition video. For specifics on video audition submissions, please see this page.


  • For the Music Minor in Jazz there is no set audition date. All Jazz applicants are expected to schedule their audition directly with David D'Angelo.

  • Undergraduate audition dates can be found here. Audition date and time confirmation will arrive via Acceptd from Music Admissions


Audition Day procedures vary by studio, but your audition results will always be sent to you as quickly as is possible. If you audition during our spring undergraduate audition season (usually in January and February each year), we can usually get official music admissions notifications out by early to mid-March, which is usually just before the Office of Undergraduate Admissions releases all Regular Decision admissions results. 

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