Master of Music Studies (Conducting)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA）
EDUARDO DIAZMUNOZ GOMEZ
Master of Music Studies, Doctor of Musical Arts Conducting Program
Applicants for the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Orchestra, Choral Conducting, Opera
The following pre-audition materials must be submitted in the online Audition/Interview form.
Conducted repertoire list
Three contact numbers and emails for references
Audio recording of your own ensemble (10-15 minutes) with a variety of repertoire
Conducting work shown by video internet links (YouTube or similar URLs) or DVD with no regional ZONE CODE): 10-15 minutes of rehearsal, 10-15 minutes of performance (frontal view) with a variety of repertoire
A Research Proposal of your desired topic to be worked on throughout your degree – 1000 words minimum, 1500 words maximum
A brief two page analysis to assess how you write and how you think about music as follows:
Master of Music Studies: W.A. Mozart Symphony Nº 40 in G Minor, K. 550, First Movement
Doctor of Musical Arts: Brahms’ Fourth Symphony in E minor, Op. 98, Fourth Movement
Master of Music Studies: Holst’s First Suite in Eb, First Movement
Doctor of Musical Arts: Hindemith’s Symphony in Bb, First Movement
Master of Music Studies: Victoria’s Requiem a 6
Doctor of Musical Arts: Duruflé’s Requiem
Master of Music Studies and Doctor of Musical Arts: Mozart, Die Zauberflöte, Finale Act 1 ‘Speaker scene’, until ‘Schnelle Fuše’. Puccini, Madama Butterfly, Love Duet, end Act 1 (from Fig 116 – end of Act).
Once your audition materials have been reviewed, you will be notified on whether you will proceed to an audition and/or interview.
A limited number of people will then be invited for an interview which will include questions about your research topic.
You will also undertake a compulsory aural exam which will consist of the following:
Identification of several scales played at a keyboard, then sing them
Identification of 5th and 7th chords, including inversions
Write an 8 bar two part dictation played from the keyboard
Write a rhythmic dictation and read/play it afterwards (tapping)
Identify chord progressions. i.e: I, V, I64, IV, I64, V7 VI, IV, I, etc.
Identification of works’ excerpts or their composer, played in a CD player and/or at the piano
As a postgraduate SCM applicant, you are expected and may be required to undertake the following, depending on time availability:
Play any short piece on your instrument
Sight read a brief excerpt in your instrument
Sing a written vocal part
Sight read at the piano a brief excerpt from an orchestral score or sight sing any given part
Sing and play from a piano/vocal score if your main instrument is piano
A theory based test may also be conducted as part of your audition with us and this will involve:
Identifying the scores shown at a glance. Work and/or composer.
Analysing a given excerpt and talking about it
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