Music is more than a profession. It is a calling. Many dream of success, but few possess the determination needed to achieve it. To be a musician is to devote yourself to constant improvement of technical skills. But technical mastery is no longer enough. The demands on today's professional include a range of skills that would never have been considered necessary in the past, such as computer literacy, knowledge of repertoires beyond the classical Western idiom, and entrepreneurial savvy. Frequently Asked Questions
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For a list of dates and deadlines for on-campus, regional, and international auditions. Please note that auditions are scheduled as part of the Unified Application and will be confirmed upon its submission>> Auditions Overview
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For information about how to make the most of your visit to the Conservatory and places to go to hear performances by Conservatory faculty and students.