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					                                     PIANO
                           JURY REQUIREMENTS

1. New pieces must be prepared for each year’s jury. No repetition of jury or
   audition repertoire is allowed.
2. All selections must be played from memory. Certain contemporary music, at
   the discretion of the major teacher, may be played from a score.
3. A Jury Repertoire Form, available in the Registrar’s Office, must be completed
   and given to the proctor at the jury examination. Please note that it includes a
   column for the timing of individual pieces, as well as their titles.



                             ANNUAL JURY – 15 minutes


First-Year BM or Diploma:
   A minimum of 30 minutes of music, with at least two contrasting styles.


Second-Year BM or Diploma:
   A minimum of 60 minutes of music, including representation from three different styles.
       The program will be subject to approval by the Piano faculty and must be submitted
       to the Registrar’s Office no later than March 1st of the current school year.
NOTE: The annual jury for 2nd-year undergraduate students establishes that a student's
progress has been sufficient to reasonably ensure completion of the program of study.
This evaluation will determine whether or not the student may continue in that program.


Third-Year BM:
   A minimum of 60 minutes of music to include at least one post-1940 piece from a
   composer living as of September 1st of the current school year.


MM or Graduate Diploma:
   A minimum of 60 minutes of music to include a representative selection from material
   studied during the year.




                 The Juilliard School: Jury & Recital Requirements
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                           JURY REQUIREMENTS

                          GRADUATION JURY – 20 minutes

BM or Diploma:
   A copy of the Graduation Recital program must be submitted to the faculty
   jury.
   1. Any major work of Bach
   2. An entire sonata by Beethoven, excluding Op. 14, 49, 79; or Haydn Sonata in E-flat,
      Hob. XVI: 52, or the Mozart Sonata in D, K. 576, or one of the following Schubert
      sonatas: G major, Op. 78; a minor, Op. 143; a minor, Op. 42; D major, Op. 53; or
      one of the posthumous sonatas or the Wanderer Fantasie
   3. A substantial composition by Chopin, Schumann, Brahms, Liszt or Mendelssohn
      (études, nocturnes, short dances or comparable pieces are not acceptable).
   4. An étude of virtuosity by Bartók, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff,
      Scriabin, or Stravinsky.
   5. A substantial work (or a collection of shorter works) of the student’s choice which is:
         a. by a composer other than those selected for the previous requirements
             (nos. 1-4 above), AND
         b. no less than six minutes in duration


MM or Graduate Diploma:
   A copy of the Graduation Recital program must be submitted to the faculty
   jury.
   1. A prelude and fugue from the Well-Tempered Clavier or another major work of
      Bach (no transcriptions permitted).
   2. Choose one of the following (either A or B):
         a. One sonata by Beethoven: Sonata Op. 2, Nos. 2 or 3; Op. 7; Op. 10, No. 3;
            Op. 22; any sonata later than Op. 28, excluding Op. 49 and Op. 79.
         b. One sonata by Schubert: a minor, Op. 42; G major, Op. 78; D major, Op.
            53; a minor, Op. 143; any of the three posthumous sonatas; Wanderer
            Fantasie.
   3. Two substantial works by different composers, one of which must be chosen from
      the following: Chopin; Mendelssohn; Schumann; Brahms; Liszt
      The second piece must be either from one of the above composers, or from a
      composer who flourished during the late 19th–early 20th centuries, such as, but not
      limited to: Tchaikovsky; Rachmaninoff; Scriabin; Mussorgsky; Busoni; Fauré;
      Debussy; Ravel; Grieg.
   4. A substantial 20th- or 21st-century work by a composer post-dating Impressionism.



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                       RECITAL REQUIREMENTS

   Please note: The Concert Office has stipulated that all recitals must be no longer
   than 90 minutes, including all pauses and intermissions.


ALL RECITAL PROGRAMS should be formulated in consultation with the major
teacher.

        Students are encouraged to prepare written or spoken program notes.

BM or Diploma:
       One chamber music work may be included with the approval of the major
       teacher.


MM or Graduate Diploma:
       One chamber music work may be included with the approval of the major
       teacher.


DMA:
   Recital requirements for DMA candidates are published in the catalog and are
   available online under C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellows: “Performance Requirements.”
   Performance requirements and repertoire are overseen by the Doctoral Governance
   Committee in consultation with the major teacher and/or department chair.


Artist Diploma in Performance:
   Candidates are expected to perform a minimum of two full-length recitals during
   residency in the program, one each year. Recital programs should be formulated in
   consultation with the major teacher and/or department chair, and should include
   repertoire prepared during enrollment in the program. Performance requirements for
   Artist Diploma candidates are overseen by a faculty committee chaired by the
   Provost and Dean.




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