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Spring 2021 Audition Information

Are you interestd in being a Music Major or Minor? We are now auditioing music students for the 2021/22 school year!

All auditions in the Fall will be conducted virtually. Spring auditions may occur on campus if conditions are permitted, but ALL spring audition days will have an option to be completed remotely. Students will be informed by our Admission staff prior to the audition whether it will be in-person or remote. 

Helpful links:
  • Want to know when audition days are? If you are interested in auditioning please see this page for information on upcoming dates and a music department application. 
  • Visit our audition page information for more detailed information.
  • Questions about what to play for the audition? Check out our Audition Requriements page. Our private instructors are also available for any questions you might have.
  • Schedule your audition here!

If you have any questions about anything along the way, don't hesitate to contact our Music Admit team or Dr. Christy Banks.


talk with us tuesdays

 This semester the Tell School continues our innovations by instituting an online discussion program called "Talk with us Tuesdays." Each Tuesday at 7:00 pm we will host a Zoom session where current faculty and students discuss different aspects of what the Tell School is all about. Each week will feature a different topic and new guests. The link will be the same each week - click here to join us each Tuesday and email our Music Admit team for the Zoom Meeting link! 




Spring 2021 topics coming soon!


exciting new certificate programs available at the tell school of music

This Spring the Tell School of Music was approved to be the first and only universities in the region to offer undergraduate certificates in Kodály and Technology in Music Education. These programs are designed for our Music Education majors to add 21st century marketable credentials to their degree programs. Technology Certificate students will study in our world-class Music Industry facilities with our renowned Industry faculty. Kodály Certificate students will study with our internationally-renowned experts in the Kodály concept of Music Education.

For more information on our Certificate programs, including contact information, click on this link to our Degree and Certificate Programs Page. 




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Ruth Kowalski is a Music Education and Vocal Performance Major from Parsippany, New Jersey. She spent her first year of college at The University of Delaware, but then decided to transfer to Millersville this year. She studies voice with Professor Sims, and has been singing as long as she can remember. Music has always been something that she loved, and she was inspired by her high school choir director to pursue a career in music education. Ruth is a member of Millersville University’s Chorale, the Marauder Marching Band, and Chromatic, Millersville’s only a cappella group. She is also the secretary of The Tell School of Music’s chapter of the American Choral Director’s Association and recently started a job working in the music office! In her free time, she enjoys watching Disney movies, cooking, photography, and spending time with friends and family.

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