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Music Program Competition (NYU and Loyola New Orleans)

NihongoyoNihongoyo Registered User Posts: 2,254 Senior Member
edited December 2007 in Music Major
Hi to all!

Just wondering a few things: I am a prospective transfer applicant/auditioner to a few other music schools than the ones listed, and was wondering-

1). How is the competition getting into Steinhardt's voice program in NYU.
2). Also, the same goes for loyola in new orleans.

I know nyu is much more difficult
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Replies to: Music Program Competition (NYU and Loyola New Orleans)

  • stressedsenior08stressedsenior08 Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    I applied to Loyola New Orleans, and I think i got in, but i didn't get anything official yet. The people are very nice, and the theory test wasn't hard.
  • NihongoyoNihongoyo Registered User Posts: 2,254 Senior Member

    I went to Tulane so I walked by Loyola's campus everyday! the people are SOOOOOOOOOOO much nicer there than at Tulane which is why I was like "hey! i wanna go to the rival school." hehe.

    I just think new orleans is awesome haha I miss it already (not tulane.)
  • fiddlefrogfiddlefrog Registered User Posts: 1,219 Senior Member
    At NYU the situation is basically this: the academic standards are high, but the performance standards are not especially so. If your audition is superb, you might get in with good-but-not-great academic qualifications. Otherwise, you'll need academic strength comparable to what is normal for any other NYU applicant.
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