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Secondary Instrument Auditions

In addition to being accepted on their principal instrument, keyboard and guitar performers applying for the Bachelor of Music Education Instrumental (MEDI) degree must also be accepted on a secondary instrument (a band or orchestra instrument that would allow them to fulfill the Major Ensemble Requirement for the degree). To do so, applicants must demonstrate a level of proficiency on a secondary instrument that would allow them to be accepted into an appropriate major ensemble: Wind Symphony or Symphonic Band for wind and percussion performers; Symphony Orchestra for string performers.

In addition to being accepted on their principal instrument, keyboard and guitar performers applying for the Bachelor of Music Education Vocal (MEDV) degree must also be accepted on voice at a secondary level (to allow them to fulfill the Major Ensemble Requirement for the degree). Applicants must sing at a proficiency level that would allow them to be accepted into the University Choir or Chamber Choir.

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