A professional resumé is a great way to tell us a lot about your background. Include the items below so we get a full and accurate picture of your previous training and experience. Upload your resumé with your online application.
All formal training in dance, acting and music. Include particular years of classes and styles of dance studied, years of training in voice and/or other instruments, and acting classes or workshops. Include the names of teachers with whom you have worked and the dates you studied with them.
All applicants are required to submit a comprehensive list of repertoire studied on their principal instrument or voice. This is optional for those applying to the BFA programs in Media and Music Technology. Applicants in Dance, Musical Theatre, Sound Engineering, and Theatre are exempt.
This list is different from the list of repertoire you will bring to the audition. Include the following information on your comprehensive repertoire list:
- All major works you have studied on your principal instrument listed in alphabetical order by composer. You may also include any major works you have studied on a secondary or related instrument.
- Include ensemble pieces in which you had featured solos.
- Label those pieces you have performed from memory with “M” following the title, and “P” if you performed the piece in public.
- Focus on those pieces studied during high school and college (when applicable), although you may include earlier works if they represent significant milestones in your artistic development.
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