Clarinet students have countless performance opportunities in ensembles like symphony orchestra and opera, as well as chamber, world and contemporary groups. They study with award-winning artist Jeremy Reynolds, DMA, who has performed as a soloist and chamber musician on six continents, and made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2015.
Applicants may choose to either audition in person in Denver OR submit a recorded video audition and complete a Zoom interview.
Click here for the full steps for how to apply. Applications received after January 15, 2022 will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants will preference their top two (2) audition dates for a live audition on the Lamont application. The 2022 audition dates are January 29, February 5, and February 12. All auditions are approximately 20 minutes in length. The applicant will choose one of their prepared works to perform. The faculty will choose the second of the prepared works and possibly an additional work as well.
Recorded Video Audition & Zoom Interview
Applicants unable to travel to Denver for a live audition may submit an unedited video audition via the Lamont application AND will complete a live Zoom interview. Applicants will preference their top two (2) dates for the Zoom interview on the Lamont application, choosing from January 29, February 5, and February 12.
Audition Repertoire Requirements
Undergraduate (BM and BA)
- Two (2) contrasting Rose etudes (one technical, one lyrical)
- First movement from a standard concerto, including but not limited to:
- Crusell, Concerti
- Mozart, Clarinet Concerto
- Spohr, Concerti
- Stamitz, Concerti
- Weber, Concertino (complete)
- Weber, Concerto No. 1
- Weber, Concerto No. 2
- Two (2) contrasting Rose etudes, one lyrical and one technical
Graduate (MM and Certificate in Performance)
- A complete concerto or sonata
- An unaccompanied 20th/21st Century solo
- Three (3) standard orchestral excerpts
- Same requirements as MM and certificate in performance
- Any French conservatory solo
For questions regarding audition requirements, please contact Professor Jeremy Reynolds.