Audition repertoire and requirements - Undergraduate studies

Audition repertoire and requirements -  Undergraduate studies

 

Audition repertoire and requirements - Undergraduate studies
  • Keyboard Instruments
  • String Instruments
  • Brass Instruments
  • Woodwind Instruments
  • Percussion & Harp
  • Vocal Department
Keyboard Instruments

 

Piano

1. A work from the Baroque era written originally for a solo keyboard (no arrangements) by Bach - Prelude and Fugue from Well-tempered Clavier or a multi-movement work: Suite, Partita (minimum of 3 movements), Toccata (in its entirety), Italian concerto, etc.

2. Classical work (Sonata, Variations, Bagatelle’s, Concerto, etc.) in its entirety.

3. Romantic work.

4. Impressionist work, or work from the 20th century, or contemporary work, or Israeli work.

 

Additional notes to the piano recital:

*At least one piece must display virtuosic ability.

*The above works must be performed from memory.

*Concertos must be performed with accompaniment (in live auditions applicants will bring their own accompanists)

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 Organ

 a)      A work from the Baroque period (Frescobaldi, Couperin, Buxtehude)

 b)      A work by Bach

 c)      A Romantic work (Mendelssohn, Franck)

 d)      A contemporary work (Messiaen, Petr Eben)

Attention: every candidate must present a list in five copies of his/her program to the examination committee. the repertoire only, not the notes.

 

Harpsichord

a)      A work selected from the late Renaissance or early Baroque period (such as canzonas and toccatas by Frescobaldi and Froberger, works by English virginalists: a pavan-and- galliard pair, a fantasia, a variation set, etc)

 b)     2-4 movements from a French Baroque suite (Couperin, d’Anglebert, Rameau, etc.)

  c)    A work from the late Baroque period (Bach, Scarlatti, Handel)

*At least one of the works should require certain virtuosity

Attention: every candidate must present a list in five copies of his/her program to the examination committee. the repertoire only, not the notes.

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