1st and 2nd movements of the Haydn trumpet concerto in E-FLat Major
Mussorgsky/Ravel - Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade: Beginning - 
Mahler - Symphony No. 5, mvmt. 1: beginning-4 after 
Respighi - Pines of Rome: Mvmt 2: offstage solo
Stravinski - Petrouchka (1947 edition), 1 before -
All jazz applicants (regardless of intended major) are required to submit a pre-audition screening video through our upload page by December 1. Pre-screenings must be in video format. All videos received after December 1 will only be considered based on the availability of audition times.
Applicants should pick one tune from each category. Recordings can be with a live rhythm section, or prerecorded rhythm backing track. If recorded with a live rhythm section, please make sure that the applicant is the only soloist featured. Tunes should be performed in their most common key.
Live Audition Requirements
Applicants should be prepared to play all of the tunes from all of the categories. Candidates will also be asked to sight-read chord changes and typical jazz ensemble parts.
Blues(chose one from the following list)Billie's Bounce, Byrdlike, Whims of Chambers (F),
Blue Monk, Tenor Madness (Bb)Standard
(chose one from the following list)Autumn Leaves (G-), There Will Never Be Another You (F), Recordame (A-), Triste (Bb), Just Friends, All the Things You Are
Rhythm Changes(chose one from the following list)Oleo, Anthropology, Cottontail (Bb);
Fungi Mamma, Chasing The Bird (F)Ballad(chose one from the following list)Body and Soul, Embraceable You, You Don't Know What Love Is, Lover Man, Soul EyesApplicant's choice of an additional selectionSuch as: Joy Spring, There Will Never Be Another You, Groovin' High, On Green Dolphin Street, Confirmation, Stella By Starlight, All The Things You Are(Optional) Applicant's choice of an original compositionClassical Component
In addition to jazz répertoire, please be prepared to play a piece demonstrating your abilities in the classical style.
Movement II, Haydn Concerto For Trumpet
or similar lyrical solo
Arban's Complete Conservatory Methodpp. 150 (pp. 183 in the Carl Fischer New Authentic Edition) #56 at 95bpm; pp. 20 (pp. 18 in the Carl Fischer New Authentic Edition) #46 at 100-120bpmLead trumpet (optional)
If you are interested in a focus of lead trumpet playing, please include:Three contrasting excerpts from the big band repertoireAscending chromatic scale to your highest comfortable top of your range, with a fermata on that note