The music major is a screened major. Admission to the music major is granted only by the
department, contingent upon a performance audition. Admission to the university does not guarantee acceptance as a music major or minor. The Department of Music no longer accepts applications either for entry into the various major programs or the minors for Fall 2014.2015Auditions dates are:
Saturday, January 10*
Saturday, February 7*
Saturday, March 7
* in case of
snow, audition dates will be: January 17 and February
Continuing in the music major is contingent on a number of evaluative processes established by the department. Proper course planning and regular meetings with advisers are key to timely completion of the programs in four years. Students are responsible for determining the progress and completion of their degree programs.
If the decision is made to postpone an audition day, we will post an announcement on our department website. We will also leave a recorded voice message on 410-704-2839 and 410-704-2836.
If an audition day is postponed, you will automatically be scheduled for the following Saturday. Arrival time and general procedures outlined in your original confirmation letter will remain the same. You will not receive another confirmation. Please arrive at the same time and place as originally scheduled. It is your responsibility to notify Mary Ann Criss in the Department of Music (email@example.com or 410-704-2836) if you cannot make the rescheduled date.
University closing announcements are posted on the Towson University homepage, and recorded messages can be heard on 410-704-NEWS.
Auditions for International Students
International students, who are unable to attend one of our audition days, could upload video recordings on YouTube.
Additional Admission Materials Pertaining to Specific Programs and Concentration Areas
Note that certain concentration areas and degree programs have aditional admission requirements in addition to the Music Department application and audition. Click on a link below if your concentration area or degree program is listed to find out what the additional requirements are.