Students wishing to audition for the flute studio should be prepared to play two major scales, each two octaves (student is encouraged to play three octave scales if possible).
Students wishing to audition for the flute studio should be prepared to play a chromatic scale encompassing the full range of the instrument.
Students should prepare two contrasting works, one technical and one lyrical that demonstrates the student’s technical and musical proficiency on the instrument. Students are encouraged to play selections from different historical periods when possible. A partial list of acceptable works are listed below however, students are not limited to this list. For questions concerning audition materials, contact: Charles Lewis via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Apply to Audition. March 1st is the deadline to audition and receive full consideration for music scholarships.
- Contact your prospective studio professor to schedule an audition if no audition date on the online audition form fits your schedule.
- Make sure you have taken or are scheduled to take the ACT
- Complete and submit a UTM Admissions Application
- Review scholarship information and requirements for the Department of Music and
UT Martin Scholarships
Students may select an etude for one of the selections.
(A list of appropriate etudes can be found below the repertoire list)
Suggestions for auditions are as follows (but not limited to):
- Sonata in F G.P.Telemann
- Ten Sonatas G.F. Handel, choose one
- Six Sonatas J.S. Bach, choose one
- Hamburger Sonata C.P.E. Bach
- Suite in a minor G.P. Telemann
- Danse de chevre Honneger
- Sonata Paul Hindemith
- Fantasie Gabriel Faure
- Andante in C Mozart
- Sonata Martinu
- Concertino Chaminade
- Syrinx Debussy
- Solosuite Gary Schocker
- Flute Forrest Gary Schocker
- Sonata Robert Muczynski
- Fantasie Georges- Hue
- Madrigal Philippe Gaubert
- Suite in b minor J.S.Bach
- Sonatas Blavet
- Acht Stucke Paul Hindemith
- Piece Jacques Ibert
- Sixth solo de concert Jules Demesserman
Select one from the following:
- Melodious and Progressive Studies vol. 1, 2 ed. Robert Cavally
- Selected Studies ed. H. Voxman
- Berbeguier Studies
- Any of the Studies by Andersen
Student may choose to use their All Region music for one of their selections if preferred
Unless otherwise noted, all performances are in the Blankenship Recital Hall, located on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building.