Scholarship Audition and Placement Information
*Saturday, January 28, 2017: 9:00-11:00 a.m. Fitness Center, Studio 108. Interviews with Dance faculty to follow audition.
The January 28 audition is a part of Winter Weekend Overnight visit (January 28-29), hosted by Brenau Admissions. Winter Weekend is an opportunity to stay overnight in a dorm or sorority house, attend a reception hosted by the Office of the President, watch the Brenau’s Got Talent Competition, learn about Greek Life, attend Academic Showcases, gain information on financial aid and scholarships, and hang out with current Brenau students. The Department of Dance will perform a studio showing in the afternoon on Saturday. For more information on Winter Weekend, visit the Admissions page: https://www.brenau.edu/admissions/visit/.
*The rain/ice date for Winter Weekend is Saturday, February 18.
Saturday, April 8, 2017: 1:00-3:00 p.m., followed by interviews with Dance faculty. Location TBD.
Auditionees are invited to attend the Faculty/ Senior Thesis Dance Concert in Hosch Theatre at 7:30 p.m. More details about this audition date to follow.
If you would like to discuss the possibility of an individual audition, please email email@example.com.
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Scholarship Audition | Placement Information
All students must take a placement class prior to enrolling in a dance technique class above the 100 level. Students entering as dance majors may audition for a dance scholarship. Recipients of dance scholarships will receive a contract of expectations including the expectation to register for technique and repertoire classes every semester. Participation in faculty and guest choreography and/or as a company member of the Gainesville Ballet Company is required. Dance scholarships are part of the total aid package and will be announced by the Office of Financial Aid.
Auditions include a ballet technique class, modern dance and jazz dance center combinations, and an improvisation problem. An interview is part of the audition process. Interviews are held after the audition class. If the student is unable to attend any of the audition dates, it is possible to audition by video (email firstname.lastname@example.org for information). However, an audition in person is preferred.
The completed Dance-Program-Placement-and-Scholarship-Audition-Form-2016.17 (Document) and a full-body photo of the applicant in dance clothing performing first arabesque should be submitted prior to the audition. The photo is for the purpose of audition identification only; please do not use a performance picture in costume or make-up.
We strongly encourage you to visit the campus before making a final college decision. Schedule a tour to see the campus, visit with an Admissions Specialist, meet a dance faculty member, talk with a current dance major, and find a home for your next extraordinary experience! Contact an Admissions Specialist at email@example.com or call 770.534.6100 or 1.800.252.5119.
For DVD or electronic submissions, please see the DVD or Electronic Audition document for more information.
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