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DS had first audition this past weekend at University of Vermont and already received rejection letter which states they don't "believe he is ready to major in music" there. I am so disappointed for him and hope this doesn't affect his mindset when he goes into other auditions. This wasn't his first choice but now he is done to only 5 choices.
He felt he did good (not perfect, knew he messed one thing ) but overall good and I am just wondering if audition committees ever give feedback on why person is rejected? Do students ever get in contact with school afterwards to see why so as to better prepare for next audition? I am thinking not but just feeling so badly for him right now especially since he thought he did well (but apparently not). Really not looking forward to rest of this process now.