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    San Francisco Conservatory of Music
        1201 Ortega Street, San Francisco CA 94122-4498

     

     

      입학 신청 서류 ( Application Checklist )

    - 입학 지원서
    - 입학료 / 오디션 전형료 ( Application fee )
    - 오디션 ( Audition )
    - 참가한 Concert의 1-2 Programs
    - 추천서들 ( Letters of recommendation )
    - 성적 증명서와 졸업 증명서 ( Transcripts or certified translations )
    - 에세이
    - MM은 TOEFL 80 (71-79 경우에 따라 고려됨), BM은 71, PSD 최저요구 없으나 71 선호됨
       또는 English Language Center의 Level MM은 110, BM은 109, PSD는 107선호
       ELS의 등록시 조건부 입학, IELTS도 가능


     원서 마감일:  학부- 2015년 12월 1일,  
       
    Final 오디션 Recording 제출마감일 - 12월 1일

     

    학교 Campus 오디션 날짜
     January 24th and 25th
     January 31st and February 1st
     February 7th and 8th
     February 14th and 15th

    Domestic Regional Auditions

    Houston TBA
    Interlochen January 9, 2016
    Chicago January 11, 2016
    Boston February 24, 2016
    New York February 26-27, 2016

     

       Asia Regional Auditions

    Guangzhou October, 2015 TBA
    Shanghai October, 2015 TBA
    Beijing October, 2015 TBA


     

    2015-2016 Academic Year 비용

    Budget Category Estimated Student Budget
    Tuition and Fees $41,200
    Room and Board $14,600
    Books and Supplies $850
    Personal Expenses $2,750
    Health Insurance $2,364
    Total budget $62,774

     

     

     

    오디션 안내

    Prescreening 요구
    prescreen recording: chamber music, composition, technology and applied composition, conducting, piano and voice.
     

    Chamber Music

    Candidates must submit an unedited prescreen audio-visual recording with the following solo repertoire. Please note that current SFCM students are required to submit a prescreen recording if applying for the chamber music program.
     

    Chamber Piano:

    • any first movement of a Beethoven Sonata

    • any etude of virtuosity from one of the following composers: Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, or Debussy
       

    Chamber Strings:

    • two contrasting movements of a Bach solo suite, sonata, or partita

    • any first movement of a concerto, with cadenza where applicable
       

    Chamber Music: Applying as a Preformed String Quartet

    • Candidates who wish to apply as a preformed string quartet must submit an audio-visual recording of the group performing 2 contrasting movements of chamber repertoire. Each member of the group should submit a separate application. Please upload a biography of the chamber group to each application.
       

    Composition

    Applicants must submit the following materials: three or more scores in various media and a recording (audio or audio-visual) of each score. Scores must show evidence of original musical thought and the fundamentals of compositional technique. Electronic compositions are acceptable, but applicants must also show competence in traditional notation in the scores submitted. Computer-generated scores should be checked for correct transpositions, appropriate accidentals and normal spellings. MIDI recordings are acceptable in exceptional cases, but acoustic performances are strongly recommended.
     

    Technology and Applied Composition

    1. One musical score that demonstrates original musical thought and the fundamentals of compositional technique.

    2. A self-produced recording of an original work (can be made using any combination of acoustic and virtual instruments).

    3. Personal statement discussing three areas: musical training and experience, interests and career goals, and your interest and/or experience with music outside of the classical tradition.

    4. Essay: Choose one topic
    - Describe your thoughts on the intersection of technology and music

    - Describe your thoughts on the role of the composer in the 21st century.

    5. Additional Work Samples: We want to get a sense for how you think and interact with various disciplines and technologies. Please include anything that might paint the bigger picture of your creativity or interests. Multi-media art, interactive digital art, literary interests, improvisation or computer generated compositions are encouraged.
     

    Conducting

    Candidates must submit an unedited audio-visual recording of the applicant conducting a group in rehearsal for at least 30 minutes. A full orchestra is not necessary. Applicants may include a concert performance in addition to the 30 minutes of rehearsal, but this is not required.
     

    Piano

    Applicants must submit an unedited audio-visual recording with the following repertoire:

    Undergraduate (recording must be at least 20 minutes in length):

    1. The first movement of a Classical period sonata
    2. A complete and substantial Romantic period work (such as a Ballade or the Mephisto Waltz) or at least two contrasting movements of a larger multi-movement work
    3. One short work of the candidate's choice. This may be, for example, an etude or a prelude and fugue or a character piece from any period.

    Graduate (recording must be at least 30 minutes in length):

    1. The first movement of a Classical period sonata
    2. A complete and substantial Romantic period work (such as a Ballade or the Mephisto Waltz) or at least two contrasting movements of a larger multi-movement work
    3. One short work of the candidate's choice. This may be, for example, an etude or a prelude and fugue or a character piece from any period
       

    Voice

    Applicants must submit a prescreen recording with the repertoire listed below. We strongly recommend that the recording be audio-visual, but we will accept audio-only recordings.

    Undergraduate

    1. An Italian aria or song such as those found in the Anthology of Italian Song of the 17th and 18th Centuries
    2. One song in English (not a translation)
    3. A piece chosen by the applicant

    Graduate

    1. An opera aria
    2. A contrasting art song
    3. A piece chosen by the applicant

    Postgraduate

    1. An opera aria
    2. Two contrasting art songs
    3. A piece chosen by the applicant
       

     

    Final 오디션 안내
    Bassoon
    Chamber Music - Individuals
    Chamber Music - Pre-Formed Groups
    Collaborative Piano
    Composition
    Technology and Applied Composition
    Conducting
    Clarinet
    Double Bass
    Flute
    Guitar
    Harp
    Harpsichord
    Historical Keyboards
    Horn
    Oboe
    Organ
    Percussion
    Piano
    Trombone
    Trumpet
    Tuba
    Viola
    Violin
    Violoncello
    Voice