Audition for a music scholarship!
Wittenberg awards more than $350,000 in music scholarships annually, and these are available to all students, regardless of major—for orchestral and band instruments, voice, piano, organ, and classical guitar. Several dozen scholarships are awarded each year. You need to complete your audition by Mar. 1 before your first year at Wittenberg. If you are considering a major in music, this audition will also serve as your entrance audition.
To be considered for a music scholarship, fill out the form below and click Submit. You do not need to first submit an application for admission to Wittenberg.
The final day of music scholarship auditions has passed. Regarding possible eligibility for a music scholarship, please contact:
Dr. Daniel Kazez, Professor of Music & Music Audition Coordinator
tel: 937-327-7354 (or 800-677-7558, ext. 7354)
Two contrasting songs, one in a foreign language if possible.
1. Two compositions or movements in contrasting style, one of which demonstrates technical proficiency. (For percussion, solos in two of these areas: snare drum, timpani, mallets.) About ten minutes total duration.
2. Major scales, memorized, up to four sharps/flats. Strings (including guitar and harp): two or three octaves. Woodwinds: one or two octaves, as appropriate for your instrument (clarinet/sax: in the key of your instrument). Plus a chromatic scale in one octave. Brass: one or two octaves, in the key of your instrument. Piano: three octaves, hands together.