In-person auditions are ten minutes in length. If your program exceeds this amount, please be advised that pieces may not be heard in their entirety. If submitting a recording, all works must be performed in their entirety. All requirements shown below apply to both B.A. and B.M. candidates.

  1. Be prepared with all major and minor scales (including all three minor forms) in four octaves, performed in 16th notes at a minimum tempo of quarter note = 92.
  2. A selection by Bach, which may be any standard work except for the Two-part Inventions.
  3. A sonata-allegro movement from a sonata by Haydn, Mozart (except K. 545), or Beethoven (except Op. 49).
  4. A representative selection from the 19th, 20th, or 21st centuries.
  1. Two works from the organ repertoire: one from the 18th century and one from the 19th, 20th or 21st centuries.
  2. One short piano work that demonstrates the candidate’s piano proficiency level.
  3. One stanza of a hymn of the candidate's choice to be played on the organ.