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Saxophone Assistantships at UNCG for 2009

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Saxophone Assistantships at UNCG for 2009

Friday, May 9, 2008 12:05 PM
Author: Patrick McCulley

Assistantships... MASTER'S OR DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS DEGREES IN SAXOPHONE PERFORMANCE GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS Must Apply and Audition by last regular audition date. • Graduate Assistantships are up to $7,500 for Master's - $12,000 for Doctoral, depending on position. • Out-of-state tuition waivers available to teaching or research assistants. • Teaching and Non-teaching Assignments available • Some positions may require a personal interview and/or augmented live audition. • A limited number of Fellowships are available to students with exceptional academic records. The largest fellowships are $20,000. Tuition waivers accompany the fellowships. • Fellowships are very competitive Audition dates for 2008-09 Master's applicants: December 6 January 24 February 14 February 28 DMA auditions scheduled by appointment. The application process includes submitting forms to The Graduate School and performing an audition for School of Music faculty. The Graduate School application 1. Application submitted and fee paid 2. GRE scores (must be received by January 15 to be considered for Fellowships) 3. Transcripts 4. Three recommendations School of Music Audition 1. Undergraduate Degree in music (Master's for DMA) 2. Audition Request Form 3. Pre-audition recording (for DMA) 4. Campus audition/interview For more information contact: Dr. Steven Stusek (336) 334-5127 email: email visit website or website


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