By the end of high school I will have taken 3 Honors classes and 3 APs (independent study music theory, english lit, and euro history)
-flute ensemble at school
-greater princeton youth orchestra (selective orchestra in my area)
-chamber music with a pianist and trio at westminster choir college
*we have played for money at parties, as well as charity concerts and such around princeton
- private flute (at westminster choir college) and piano lessons
- summer chamber music camp at wesminster choir college for past three years
-volunteered at an animal shelter for 3 years
-Church youth group for four years
-worked for a piano teacher at westminster choir college during her summer music camp for kids</p>
<p>I compose music on the piano and would like to ultimately go into scoring for films or preferably television.
I love the Frost School of music and I'd like to double major in Music Composition(commercial, probably) and Music Performance.
I am a solid flautist, with about seven years of experience and a lot of repertoire under my belt, and ten years on the piano so I am a very decent pianist. Flute would be my main instrument.</p>
<p>Do you think I have a good chance? I just visited and the campus is beautiful. However, I've read that the officials make it seem like it's harder to get into than it really is so it doesn't look like they're "stealing" your money. Is this true?</p>
<p>(Also if you could tell me my chances at University of Southern California, that's my absolute dream school).