Juilliard Pre College

May 16, 2004 at 12:58 AM · I will be auditioning for the pre college division. Are there any tips that you can give me from your experiences. They could be from any school, preferibly Juilliard. Any info about the jury will also be nice.

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May 15, 2004 at 03:39 AM · hey, i go to the pre-college. just play a good audition and play with a lot of power and feeling and im sure you will do fine. :)

May 17, 2004 at 08:58 PM · I recomend you play a program your comfortably with, rather than one you know is difficult for you. They dont really judge from your program as much, but rather how well you play it.Be musical, show you know your technique...I recomend if your above the 14 age, playing a solo sonate by ysaye and a concerto by paganini (ie. no.1)

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