Guitar applicants wishing to enroll in the Associate of Fine Arts Degree in Music program may be accepted for study in the Department of Music at one of three levels:
- MUS 299 Guitar major
- MUS 199 Non-major
- Guitar as a secondary instrument
- MUS 167 Class guitar
Alternatively, students may be referred to the College's Continuing Education (non-credit) music program for further instruction.
See the main Auditions page for important information about all auditions. Guitar auditions require demonstration of basic skills and understanding of music notation, including:
- Playing all diatonic and chromatic notes in first position.
- Playing major and minor triads in first position.
- Performing one movement from the following (or of comparable or greater difficulty): Twenty Studies for Classical Guitar (F. Sor), Etudes (F. Carulli), or Estudios (M. Carcassi).