The following list serves only as a guideline in each of the major areas and is not intended to limit the audition repertoire. All materials performed in the audition should be consistent with the student’s technical and musical level of advancement.

The audition should consist of: (1) one selected etude and one solo, and (2) major scales and the chromatic scale (from memory).


Etude. a) Andersen; b) Berbiguier; c) Gariboldi

Solo. a) Handel or J.S. Bach Sonatas (any movement); b) Mozart Concerto in G or D (any movement); c) Hindemith Sonata; d) Chaminade Concertino.


Two contrasting works taken from the standard oboe repertoire

A standard study from  Barret Oboe Method or Ferling, 48 Studies for Oboe




Etude. a) Rose 40 - Book I; b) Cavallini; c) Rose Etudes.

Solo. a) Mozart Concerto (any movement); b) Hindemith Sonata; c) Schumann Fantasy Pieces; d) Finzi 5 Bagatelles; e) Vaughn Williams 6 Studies in English Folk Song.


Etude. a) Weissenborn Studies, p. 8; b) Milde Concert Studies, op. 26, Book I; c) Jancourt 26 Studies, op. 15.

Solo. a) Mozart Concerto in Bb (any movement); b) Vivaldi Concerto (any); c) Danzi Concerto in F; d) Galliard Sonatas.


Etude. a) Ferling; b) DeVille; C) Salviani; d) Iasili.

Solo. a) Bozza-Aria; b) Creston Sonata, op. 19 (any movement); c) Ibert Aria or Concertino de Camera; d) Heiden Sonata.