Music Talent Scholarship Audition Days 2014-2015
Wednesday, November 5,2014 (Deadline: October 22, 2014)
Saturday, February 7, 2015 (Deadline: January 24, 2015)
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 (Deadline: February 25, 2015)
Music Department Scholarships are competitive and awarded by audition to talented students who are interested in private music study, participating in a music ensemble, or accompanying. Any student, regardless of academic major, may audition for a music scholarship. Recipients are selected on the basis of musical talent, academic progress, leadership, and participation in music activities. Auditioning also gives you the opportunity to spend a day with music students & faculty and sit in on music classes & ensemble rehearsals.
Music Talent Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate an advanced level of instrumental or vocal performance. Music Talent Scholarships include requirements of enrollment and participation in a major music ensemble each semester. Music Talent Scholarships are renewable annually pending completion of the prior year's scholarship requirements, a re-audition in December, and upon approval of the music scholarship committee.
Hornet Band Scholarships
Hornet Band Scholarships are awarded to students who enroll and participate in the ESU Marching Hornets band during the fall semester and in Hornet Revue pep band during the spring semester. Hornet scholarships begin at $200.00 and increase each year with participation. The ESU Marching Hornets provide music for home football games and perform for parades during the football season. The Hornet Revue performs for ESU Women and Men's home basketball games. Members of the Hornet Revue pep band have participated the past three years in the MIAA Women's Basketball National Finals. All students are encouraged to audition for additional music scholarships, but Hornet Band Scholarships do not require a scholarship audition.
To arrange your audition date, mail this form Opportunities in Music form,
call the Music Office at 620-341-5431, fax us at 620-341-5601,
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete the online request.
To receive a free lesson, contact (by email or phone) a faculty member
in your instrument/voice area and arrange for a free lesson.
Contact person: Dr. Carol Krueger
Contact person: Dr. Martin Cuellar
Contact person: Dr. Gary Ziek
Contact person: Dr. Dawn McConkie
Contact person: Dr. Jeremy Starr
Contact person: Dr. Tracy Freeze