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Flute Studio Audition Repertoire

To schedule an audition, please visit our audition information page.

Undergraduate Students

Students auditioning for an undergraduate degree should prepare two pieces of contrasting styles and will be expected to play major scales. You should choose repertoire that showcases both your technical and musical ability. Possible examples of repertoire include (but are not limited to):

  • A movement from a Mozart Concerto (G major or D major)
  • A movement from a Bach Sonata
  • A piece from the "French Composers" book
  • A movement from a major sonata or concerto (i.e. Poulenc, Nielsen, Prokofiev, etc.)
  • An appropriate etude (Andersen Op. 30, 33, 15; Paganini; etc.)
  • All-State audition repertoire

Graduate Students

Students auditioning for a graduate degree should prepare the first movement of a Mozart Concerto, plus two pieces of contrasting styles (see above), and 4 standard orchestral excerpts.


It is expected that auditioning graduate students will be prepared to play all major and minor scales and arpeggios.

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