Undergraduate Music Majors

This page contains resources for current undergraduate music majors. 

First-Year Students

Handbooks and Advising 

Ensembles and Lessons

Auditions

Visit this page for the Instrumental Audition Schedule for Music Majors (F22). updated August 8, 2022

Audition Schedule

Music Capstone

Recital Class

Forms

Online Forms

Printable Forms

Jury Exams

Fall 2022 

  • Jury Exam Date: Monday, December 12, 2022
  • Jury Exam Schedule: published one month before Jury Exam date
  • Jury Exam Repertoire: submit your repertoire on this form (not required for Concerto Competition)

Reminders:

  • Arrive early and check in with the staff member on site! 
  • Juries will not exceed 15 minutes in duration. 
  • The Denison Classroom, Harkness Classroom, and all practice rooms are held during jury days for students to warm up.
  • The Department of Music has been given special exemption so that wind/brass/voice students do not have to wear a mask while performing juries. 
  • There will be a microphone and speaker available for the popular voice juries. We strongly encourage popular voice students to learn how to operate the new sound equipment in Harkness Chapel. Contact Ken Wendt to schedule a tutorial.
  • Scores and comments will be submitted by CWRU faculty and studio instructors on a Qualtrics Survey (digital form). 
  • In addition to the faculty noted on the schedule, all Ronis Recital applicants are video recorded and reviewed by a selection committee.

Concerto Competition and Ronis Recital

  • Visit our News & Events page for Concerto Competition and Ronis Recital announcements and performances. 

Facilities and Operations

Technology and Communication

Library Resources

Student Employment

The Department of Music is committed to promoting student employment opportunities that can provide valuable work/education experience. Mutually, the department benefits and grows with the vast talents, insight, and enthusiasm students bring to these roles. 

We are currently accepting applications for the 2022-23 academic year. To learn more and apply, visit the Student Staff page.

Public Safety

The Case Western Reserve University Division of Public Safety is dedicated to providing quality service, safety, and a positive educational experience for the campus community.

Contact CWRU Police

  • Emergency: 216.368.3333
  • Non-emergency: 216.368.3300
  • Tip Line: 216.368.3331
  • Non-Emergency Questions: publicsafety@case.edu

Safe Ride Program: These vehicles operate between 6:00 PM and 3:00 AM and can be requested via a free app (visit saferide.case.edu; call 216.368.3000, or download "CWRU Spartan Ride" from the iPhone App Store or Google Play). 

Walking Escorts: Request a walking or vehicle escort 24/7 (any time day or night) by calling 216.368.3300. 

Spartan Safe: (formally Rave Guardian) This safety app offers easy access to critical resources that you need the most. The free app—created through Rave Mobile Safety, which the university already uses to send emergency alerts via platforms such as email and text—provides a number of safety tools designed to keep you safe. Download Spartan Safe from the iPhone App Store or Google Play.