2015-2016 Scholarship Application

Preparation:
Woodwind and Brass players should prepare a published solo or etude that best demonstrates your performance ability. All students are asked to sight-read and perform selected major scales (Prepare all 12 major scales. The committee will select several scales for you to perform during the audition).

Percussionists should prepare a published solo or etude on snare drum, timpani, and a percussion keyboard instrument as well as sight-read on each. Please Note: (No piano accompaniment is required for wood-wind, brass, or percussion solos.)

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High School / College Information:
Check the statement that best describes your status:
I am a graduating high school senior planning to attend JSU in fall of 2015.
I am transferring to JSU in fall of 2015 from another college or university.
I am a current JSU student returning to campus in fall of 2015.
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Instrument Audition Dates:
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Jazz Scholarship Audition Dates:
From 3-4 p.m. Central time on Feb. 20 and Feb. 27, auditioning jazz students are invited to sit in as Dr. Nevala rehearses the JSU Jazz Band. Jazz auditions will take place immediately following the rehearsal. If you need to audition for a jazz scholarship and band scholarship on the same day, please call the Band Office at 256-782-5562 to let us know, and we’ll make every effort to accommodate you.
If you have any questions about audition requirements for JSU Jazz scholarships, please contact Dr. Andy Nevala at anevala@jsu.edu or 256-782-5883.
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