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"College admission for music programs are kind of a funny thing, because while it's competitive, we also understand that students are wanting to come to the program to learn [performance] skills," says P J Woolston, the director of admissions for the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music. At Vanderbilt's Blair School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee, director of bands and assistant dean of admissions Dwayne Sagen stresses that prospective students need to be proactive about using the audition as an opportunity to learn about the school they are applying to.
SBOCS&CG Acing the College Audition T here isn’t one magic formula that music students can follow to give a knockout col- lege or
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