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Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch. Admission Degrees and Other Studies Admission Overview Request Information College Studies Precollege (Age 5-18) MSM Summer (Age 8-17) Admission Viewbook The Admission Blog Admission Events Application Info Apply To MSM Dates & Deadlines Prescreening & Audition Information Financing Your Education International Applicants Accepted Students Visit MSM Join us at MSM! Apply Now Programs College Programs Programs Overview Classical Programs Jazz Arts Musical Theatre Contemporary Performance Orchestral Performance Special Programs Precollege (Age 5-18) MSM Summer (Age 8-17) The Center for Career Readiness & Community Impact (CCRCI) Distance Learning Global Conservatoire Join us at MSM! Apply Now Faculty Faculty Overview Faculty Directory Faculty in the News In Memoriam College Faculty Emeritus Join us at MSM! 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Every student who wishes to enroll in the Precollege Division must perform an entrance audition before a panel of faculty. The applicant must also take theory, ear training, and dictation placement tests, as well as placement auditions for ensembles. These tests are a mandatory component of the audition process. Secondary Instrument A student who wishes to study a secondary instrument at the Precollege Division must apply and audition on the secondary instrument. Students studying a secondary instrument are required to take juries and to maintain musical standards similar to those required of students studying a primary instrument. Audition Date Auditions for entrance in the fall of 2024 will be held in May/June 2024. Auditions will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2024. Classical callback auditions will take place on Saturday, June 1, 2024. There are no jazz callback auditions. Deadline March 1 – Preferred Deadline – $75 application fee After March 1 – $125 application fee – applications are considered on a case-by-case basis Please Note: The Precollege Division is not for beginning students on any instrument. All students attending the Precollege Division must study with a Precollege Division Faculty Member exclusively. Apply Now Precollege Brochure Request Information How to Apply for Scholarship The Scholarship Application is not mandatory but is required if you would like to be considered for any financial assistance. Scholarship is need-based and merit-driven. Scholarship is not available for new incoming students who are in their senior year of high school. The Scholarship Application is available to applicants on the status page of the submitted online application. How to Prepare for Your Classical Audition The objective is to demonstrate the applicant’s level of proficiency, both musically and technically. Memorization is required for all students, with the exception of woodwinds and brass. Accompanists will be provided for voice, violin, and viola live auditions only. All other students may bring an accompanist but it is not required. The decision of the adjudicating judges is final. Applicants will be asked to perform the following: Piano • Three contrasting pieces (no arrangements or transcriptions) • Two major and two minor scales and arpeggios of the applicant’s choice • Applicants may be required to sight-read Strings, Guitar, Harp • Three contrasting pieces • Two major and minor scales and arpeggios of the applicant’s choice Woodwind, Brass, Percussion, and Organ • Two contrasting pieces • Two major and two minor scales and arpeggios of the applicant’s choice • Clarinet students may be required to sight-read Voice • Three contrasting songs, one of which must be in English Composition • Three contrasting pieces in PDF format Secondary Instrument A student who wishes to study a secondary instrument at the Precollege Division must apply and audition on the secondary instrument. Students studying a secondary instrument are required to take juries and to maintain musical standards similar to those required of students studying a primary instrument. How to Prepare for Your Jazz Audition The objective is to demonstrate the applicant’s level of proficiency, both musically and technically. Memorization is required for all students. The decision of the adjudicating judges is final. Applicants will be asked to perform the following: Wind Instruments, Violin, Viola, Cello Prepared selection: Charlie Parker’s “Billie’s Bounce” — medium tempo with standard or alternate chord changes. Include at least three choruses of improvisation. Accompanists will be provided. Billie’s Bounce in C Billie’s Bounce in Bb Billie’s Bounce in Eb Improvisation: Play a jazz classic or standard song in any jazz style. You must include at least three choruses of improvisation. The selection is your choice, and composers to consider are Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, Herbie Hancock, George Gershwin, Tito Puente, Wayne Shorter, etc. Accompanists will be provided. Scales: Concert B-flat and F major. Play scales to highest possible range up and down. Tempo: quarter-note=60 and quarter-note=120. Play one scale staccato and one scale legato. Sight Reading: Applicants may be required to sight-read. Piano, Guitar, Bass (acoustic and electric) Prepared selection: Charlie Parker’s “Billie’s Bounce” — medium tempo with standard or alternate chord changes. Include at least three choruses of improvisation. Accompanists will be provided. Billie’s Bounce in C (Treble Clef) Billie’s Bounce in C (Bass Clef) BASS ONLY: WALK at least two choruses of “Billie’s Bounce” as well as improvise. Chords: Demonstrate all basic chords: major, minor, etc. Improvisation: Play a jazz classic or standard song in any jazz style. You must include at least three choruses of improvisation. Accompanists will be provided. Comping (GUITAR): Demonstrate comping: Rhythm guitar style and standard regular comping. Sight Reading: Applicants may be required to sight-read. Drum Set Play jazz time: slow, medium, fast on two choruses of 12-bar blues form. Accompanists will be provided. Demonstrate time in: waltz, rock, Latin, ballad, and brushes. Play on song forms (2 choruses) or vamps (at least 2 minutes each style). SOLO (improvisation): different styles: jazz, rock, waltz, Latin, and in all tempos. Play the “Billie’s Bounce” blues choruses: 2 choruses of time, 2 choruses of trading 4s, 2 choruses of solo, repeat chorus of time. Accompanists will be provided. Billie’s Bounce in C Demonstrate on Latin instruments, if possible, including bongos and conga. Sight Reading: Applicants may be required to sight-read. Jazz Voice Prepared selection: A lyrical melody selected from the songbooks of composers such as Gershwin, Ellington, Arlen, Rodgers & Hart, Kern, Berlin, etc. Please bring a lead sheet of your chosen selection in the key in which you wish to sing. An accompanist will be provided. Milt Jackson’s “Bags’ Groove”: Be prepared to scat sing over 12-bar blues chord changes. An accompanist will be provided. Bags’ Groove in C Bags’ Groove in D Bags’ Groove in Eb Bags’ Groove in F Secondary Instrument A student who wishes to study a secondary instrument at the Precollege Division must apply and audition on the secondary instrument. Students studying a secondary instrument are required to take juries and to maintain musical standards similar to those required of students studying a primary instrument. About the Callback Auditions Callback auditions may include the following: Chamber Music (for pianists only) Chamber Music auditions are for assessing sight reading ability. Senior Select Chorus Students auditioning for Senior Select Chorus will be asked to sing in a group choral setting at the time of their audition, which will entail some sight-reading. In addition, the student should bring a prepared vocal piece which may be heard at the discretion of the choral directors in attendance. Placement in a chorus is determined by ability and age. Orchestra Orchestra auditions are held separately from primary instrument auditions. Assignments to orchestras are made by the Precollege Administration in consultation with conductors, and are based on audition and availability of positions in the orchestra. The placement decision is final. Vocal Ensembles (Opera Workshop and Musical Theatre) Students auditioning for a vocal ensemble will be asked to sing two contrasting pieces at the time of their auditions.  The objective is to demonstrate the applicant’s level of proficiency, both musically and technically, in singing standard repertoire. Students will be placed by audition. A placement is not guaranteed. Please note: Classical callback auditions for the 2024-25 academic year will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024. There are no jazz callback auditions.   Information for International Students International students should audition in person. If you are unable to audition in person, please contact [email protected]. To be eligible for a student visa, applicants must have a sponsor/guardian residing in the United States, who in addition to assuring financial support, must also make the necessary arrangements for enrollment in an academic school for general education. It is the academic school that issues the necessary documents for the student visa. To facilitate the processing, the Precollege Division must be provided with the name and address of the sponsor/guardian prior to registration. Prospective students who are not citizens or residents of the United States must submit the following: The completed online application form and application fee Name, address, and telephone number of relative/sponsor in the the States Name, address, and telephone number of guardian with whom applicant intends to live Name, address, and telephone number of academic school (elementary, middle school, or high school) the applicant plans to attend in the United States Upon receipt of the items listed above, the Precollege Division will send notification of acceptance or rejection to the applicant. Foreign applicants are required to submit an I-20 Form to the United States consulate in their country in order to receive a student visa. Only full-time schools (those that meet Monday through Friday) can issue the I-20 Form. Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division offers music subjects exclusively and meets on Saturdays only. 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