Tải game bắn cá ăn xuMusic Auditions & Talent Awards Information
Tải game bắn cá ăn xuMusic major candidates must complete an audition to be accepted into the Department of Music, and to be considered for a Talent Award. Generous Talent Awards representing a combination of academic merit and musical talent are offered to select incoming Music majors. Non-Music majors are welcome and encouraged to participate in our ensembles and to study applied music with our distinguished faculty; a limited number of Participation Awards are available to non-music majors by audition. See below for more information.
In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, we will be holding virtual auditions in 2021. We invite you to submit a video of your audition to us, and we are excited to present a robust array of online meetings and activities to better acquaint you with our faculty and students on each of our audition dates this year.
You must complete an application to Otterbein before you may schedule an audition, and you must submit your video five days prior to your selected audition date.
2021 Audition Dates
- Saturday, January 16
- Saturday, February 13
- Tuesday, February 23
- Saturday, March 20
You may submit your audition through our site on or you may upload a video to a sharing site such as Youtube and send a link to Program and Operations Manager Claire Brock.
Young Artist Scholarship
Otterbein University is offering an elite scholarship opportunity, the Young Artist Scholarship, for music majors. This $30,000 competitive scholarship will go to up to five recipients per year and is renewable for four years (eight semesters) for students in good standing, maintaining a 3.0 GPA. To be considered for a Young Artist Scholarship, you must submit your application to Otterbein University by December 15th, 2020. You must complete your music audition by Feb. 23rd, 2021 to be considered for this award.
Athletics Band Participation Award
Tải game bắn cá ăn xuThe Athletic Bands Participation Award is designed to assist students who elect to commit to perform with Otterbein Athletic Bands. Award recipients receive $1,000 per year/$4,000 over four years.
Any incoming Otterbein student who performs on a woodwind, brass or percussion instrument as well as visual performers, including color guard and twirlers. You do not have to be a music major; our members represent almost every major and field of study on campus. All students must audition to be considered for the Athletic Bands Participation Award.
Audition Requirements for Athletic Band Participation Awards
All students must audition to be eligible for the Athletic Bands Participation Award. These auditions are for placement only and are not competitive. If you are an instrumentalist, you may submit an mp3 recording of yourself playing your high school’s alma mater and fight song to Dr. Michael Yonchak for consideration. Visual performers (color guard and twirlers) may have slightly different audition expectations due to the nature of these sections – contact Dr. YonchakTải game bắn cá ăn xu for more information.
Students who have already auditioned for a Talent Award as a woodwind or brass music major or for a non-music major Participation Award do not need to re-audition for the Athletic Bands award unless they intend to participate as a visual or percussion performer.
Music Participation Awards for Non-Majors
A limited number of participation awards are available to non-music majors (or music majors with a secondary instrument or voice) who would like to continue playing or singing while at Otterbein. Recipients are required to participate in University ensembles as assigned and to study on their instrument or voice through applied instruction (private lessons that incur an additional expense).
All instrumentalists and vocalists may audition. Priority will be given to fill critical needs as determined by the Department of Music.
Tải game bắn cá ăn xuStudents should arrange an audition with the Department of Music after being accepted to the University.
Tải game bắn cá ăn xuRemember, applicants must apply to the University before auditioning for the Department of Music.