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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of  Music
July 30, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Audition/Interview Criteria



1. Two (2) contrasting pieces on major instrument (at least one from the Classical repertoire). The pieces can be chosen from different historical periods (e.g., Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic, 20th or 21st century). If a sonata is chosen only one movement is required. Memory is optional.

2. A piece performed on a secondary instrument, e.g., guitar

3. A song, accompanied on either piano or guitar (own composition, meaningful song or arranged song). The song can be from popular, folk or jazz genres. If the song is not in English, provide a translation. 

4. An improvisation on your major instrument. Musical and referential ideas will be provided at the audition.

An interview about your interest in graduate music therapy and knowledge of music therapy

For further questions contact Dr. Carolyn Arnason, Master of Music Therapy Coordinator and Graduate Officer.