For comprehensive, step-by-step instructions, please visit the School of Music’s Prospective Students page.
For the complete School of Music Performance Calendar, follow the link below:
Baylor University School of Music – Performance Calendar
The School of Music offers a live concert webcast of the majority of our large ensemble concerts:
Live Concert Stream link
DEGREES OF STUDY
Bachelor’s degree in performance (BM)
Bachelor’s degree in music education (BME)
Bachelor’s degree in composition (BM)
Bachelor’s degree in church music (BM)
Bachelor of Arts degree (academic or performance track) (BA)
Master’s degree in performance (MM)
AUDITION REPERTOIRE (link here)
Undergraduate Flute requirements:
Two contrasting works from the standard repertoire. These may be movements of a concerto, sonata, or one-movement works. TMEA etudes are NOT acceptable audition selections.
In addition to the above, all applicants should be prepared to perform all major scales.
Graduate Flute requirements:
One movement from a standard concerto, with cadenza when applicable.
Two additional works or movements of contrasting style from the standard repertory.
Three contrasting orchestral excerpts of the candidate’s choice.
MM Student Qualifications
All MM applicants must possess – or be working toward – a Bachelor’s degree in Music from an accredited institution, with a minimum 3.0 GPA at the time of application. Applicants must be accepted by both the Graduate School and School of Music. All MM candidates who complete the audition process will automatically be considered for Graduate Associate positions and financial aid, as available:
- Apply to the Graduate School (https://grad.baylor.edu/apply)
- Apply to the School of Music (https://app.getacceptd.com/baylormusic)
- Personal statement, three letters of recommendation, official transcripts, and CV/resume required (include relevant teaching experience)
- Complete a School of Music Audition for Woodwind Faculty
- International Students: (Link: Graduate School requirements)
- Application deadline is February 1.
Dr. Charlotte Daniel, Assistant Professor of Flute