Audition guidelines

Discover what’s required for your instrument or section

You’ve applied to Lynn … what’s next?

Once your Lynn Application is in, complete your application to our Conservatory of Music through Acceptd. Acceptance into the Conservatory of Music is highly competitive, and in-person auditions are strongly encouraged. Take care to ensure your application meets the guidelines of your preferred program.

Students play the horns.

Brass

Conservatory student Alfredo composes music.

Composition

Conservatory student plays the harp.

Harp

Student plays the drum.

Percussion

Conservatory student Alfredo plays the piano.

Piano

 Conservatory student plays the piano.

Instrumental Collaborative Piano

Students play their string instruments in a concert.

Strings

Conservatory student plays woodwinds instrument.

Woodwinds

For your information

Audition confirmation

You will be notified via email of your audition time no later than four weeks prior to the date you chose on the Acceptd conservatory application platform.

Practice rooms

We provide you with access to a warm up room approximately 30 minutes before your audition. Instrumental Collaborative Piano applicants will receive a 1-hour practice time.

Pre-screening procedures

Pre-screening is not required for most programs, but you’re encouraged to contact your applied teacher to confirm whether you’re a good program candidate before traveling for an audition.

Need help or advice?

Contact Felicia Besan. She will help you navigate our application process and is always a brief phone call or email away—so feel free to ask all your questions!

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