|Priority Music Department Application and Audition Deadline||February 1, 2018|
|On-campus Audition Day||January 25-26, 2018|
|Satellite Auditions in Utah
Ensign Stake Center: 135 A Street, Salt Lake City, Utah
(Contact LuWana Roberts to schedule an audition)
January 27, 2018
|Satellite Auditions in Arizona
LDS Stake Center: 1315 S 24th St. Mesa, AZ
(Sign up for auditions on this page.)
February 1 & 3, 2018
How to Apply
1. Apply to BYU-Idaho
Before students can apply to the music program, they must apply to the university.
2. Apply to Music Program
Students must complete and submit the music program application for admission to the program as well as an opportunity for scholarships. This application is completed and submitted online to the Department of Music.
Live auditions are held on the dates listed, or by appointment with a faculty member. Auditions can be scheduled by contacting the Department of Music, and should be completed by the Priority Deadline. Candidates may be considered after February 1st, based on availability in the individual studios.
For some areas, a video audition is required (YouTube preferred). Click the button to view specific audition requirements for each instrument.
The files must be edited using Adobe Reader (not Preview).
Music Major Admission
Before enrolling in first-semester major classes students must be accepted as a music major. Students must complete an application that includes: the Music Admissions Application, audition, and Musicianship Placement Exam.
After a student has been accepted and begun taking music courses, they must be granted "continuing music major status" in order to continue in a specific degree program.
The Department of Music offers merit-based awards up to full tuition for incoming and transfer students. To be considered for a music scholarship, students should follow the admissions procedure outlined above, plus submit two letters of recommendation.