Fall 2020 Juries

Woodwinds (includes Saxophone)

Jury Method:  Recorded Video Submission

Repertoire:  Your jury repertoire is assigned by your applied faculty member.  

Note: If you performed a degree recital this semester, you are still required to present a jury.

Jury Submission

You must have your video URL ready to submit before starting to complete the Jury Information Form

You can only post one video link, therefore all pieces in your video recording must be combined into one URL.

Deadline:  Sun, Dec. 13, 11:59p

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Brass & Percussion

Jury Method:  Recorded Video Submission

Accompaniment?:  Not required.  Students may use an accompanist or backing tracks, but must provide such resources themselves and at their own expense.  

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Scales (one or two octaves): Eb major, C# minor, G harmonic minor.  Memorized. Scales are not in concert pitch.

Special notes for ALL:
1. Please do not use headphones or earbuds during your video recording ​unless you are using a backing track .
2. Recordings must be made in one continuous take

Special notes for Percussion:  Separate recordings may be made for those percussionists who are using multiple instruments or multiple setups. Such percussionists ​should combine their separate recordings into one file and only submit one URL.   

Jury Submission

You must have your video URL ready to submit before starting to complete the Jury Information Form

Deadline:  Tues, Dec. 15, 11:59p

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Strings

Jury Method:  Live by Zoom Appointment

All juries will be 15 minutes regardless of jury action (i.e. level change, recital approval, degree change).

No accompanists will be needed for this semester juries.

Please have your instrument unpacked and ready to play before entering jury.

Make sure to submit your jury form is filled out before entering jury.

If you have performed a degree recital within the last 8 weeks of the semester, you may not be required to present a jury.

 •  Jury Information Form

 •  Zoom Link for All String Juries

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 • Dec. 18 - 8:00a-5:00p

 

Piano

The Keyboard and Organ Area will be conducting juries live AND via recording, depending on how students take their applied lessons during the semester.

If you have performed a degree recital this semester, you may not be required to present a jury.

Live, In-Person Jury

For students taking applied lessons in person during the semester

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 • Dec. 14 - 10:00a-4:30p - Recital HallOpens in new window

Please arrive ready to perform at least 10 minutes before your jury.  

Make sure your online jury form is submitted out before entering jury
 • Jury Information Form

 

Recorded Video Jury

For students taking applied lessons completely online during the semester

Record your jury pieces in one continuous sitting/performance, providing one link for the entire jury performance.

Submission Deadline:  Mon, Dec. 14, 11:59p

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Classical Guitar

Jury Method:  Live by Zoom Appointment

Sign up for one spot. .

Please connect, ready to perform at least 10 minutes before your jury.

Make sure you fill out the online jury information form before entering jury.

Students are expected to list repertoire appropriate for their level, newly developed for that semester. For juries with longer amounts of repertoire, students will list their full repertoire on the jury sheet, and faculty will choose what will be played at the beginning of the jury. Students who prepare less than the required amount of music will see that reflected in their jury grade, and possibly the opportunity for level change. This is to ensure progress through repertoire at a reasonable rate, in addition to quality preparation of the materials presented.

   •   100 Level: 5 minutes of new music BM / 3 minutes BA
   •   200 Level: 7 minutes of new music BM / 5 minutes BA
   •   300 Level: 10 minutes of new music BM / 8 minutes BA
   •   400 Level: 15 minutes of new music
   •   500 Level: 20 minutes of new music

All juries will also include sightreading, selected by the faculty.

All students seeking recital approval will come to their jury the semester before the anticipated recital with a typed program for the faculty to review, including time estimates for each piece. Approval will be granted if a reasonable amount of the repertoire is already prepared to some extent, and any works not prepared seem achievable in the time remaining based on the past demonstrated learning rate of the student. 

If you have performed a degree recital this semester, you may not be required to present a jury.


 •  Jury Information Form

 •  Zoom Link for All Classical Guitar Juries

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 •  Dec. 16  -  5:00p-8:00pOpens in new window

 

Vocal

Jury Method:  Live by Zoom Appointment

Be sure you are signing up for a slot designated for your proper degree/level  Those BM students doing Junior Proficiencies need 30 minutes, and therefore need to sign up for two slots.  

Please arrive in the "waiting room" at least 10 minutes early, ready to perform with your audio/video equipment ready to go.  Be sure to have accompaniment tracks for all your pieces and be sure these are audible for the jury panel when you sing.

Make sure you fill out the online jury information form before entering jury.

Make sure you sign up when your teacher is available. See below for the voice faculty availability.

Indicate if you are requesting a level change, degree change or recital approval.

If you cannot sign up during your specific level time frame, you may sign up during another time slot only with the prior permission of Dr. Mark!

 •  Jury Information Form

 •  Zoom Link for All Vocal Juries

Availability

Professor Schaefer
   • Not Available Tues, Dec. 15, 10:00a-11:00a and 11:30a-12:00p

Professor Leyrer
   • Not Available Thurs, Dec. 17, 1:00p-3:00p

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100 Level
   •  Dec. 15 - 9:00a-12:30pOpens in new window

291 Level
   •  Dec. 15 - 1:20p-6:10pOpens in new window

   •  Dec. 16 - 9:00a-10:30a

292 Level & Junior Proficiency
   •  Dec. 16 - 10:45a-2:00pOpens in new window

300 Level
   •  Dec. 16 - 2:00p-6:40pOpens in new window

   •  Dec. 17 - 9:00a-1:00pOpens in new window

400, and 500 Levels
   •  Dec. 17 - 2:00p-6:40pOpens in new window

 

Jazz Studies

Jury Method:  Recorded Video Submission

Juries should be submitted in ONE recording containing three tunes of the students’ choice from the jury list. We’ll want the head and one full chorus (32 bars at least). For a 16 bar tune, two choruses, if a blues, let’s hear three choruses. In addition, there should be a jazz transcription, at least 32 bars. It can be read, so long as it is played at tempo, or nearly so. 

Jury Submission

You must have your video URL ready to submit before starting to complete the Jury Information Form

Deadline:  Sat, Dec. 12, 11:59p

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Composition

Jury Method:  Live by Zoom Appointment

Sign up for one spot. .

Please connect at least 10 minutes before your jury.

 •  Jury Information Form

 •  Zoom Link for All Composition Juries

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 •  Dec. 14  -  9:30a-10:35aOpens in new window

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