Arts Admissions in the COVID-19 Era

This time of year is always a roller coaster for college-bound high school seniors and their parents – waiting for decisions, celebrating acceptances, dealing with rejection, figuring out financial aid, and the big one: choosing a college to attend. But most years aren’t like this one. A year into the pandemic, the ups and downs […]

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Best Summer Arts Programs? Our Picks For 2021!

Please note that some details for the programs listed below may change due to COVID-19. Be sure to click the links listed at the end of each program’s description to go directly to their website and read the most up to date information. Personally selected and highly rated programs by ArtsBridge students & faculty. Summer […]

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ArtsBridge Class of 2020

Congratulations to Our Graduating Seniors! What. A. Year! As this unprecedented college admissions cycle comes to a close, we are definitely pausing to reflect on the enormous accomplishments of the ArtsBridge Class of 2020. Below is this year’s list of colleges our seniors will be attending (with the number of students attending indicated in parenthesis). […]

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Coronavirus Announcements

ArtsBridge Summer Updates Last Updated: April 22, 2020 We are closely monitoring the current situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will continue to update this webpage as we have information to share.  On April 22 we announced that all ArtsBridge Summer 2020 programs will be held virtually. To read more about this decision, please refer to […]

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Choosing the Best Classical Voice Audition Repertoire

Three Top College Voice Professors Offer Advice on Choosing the Best Classical Voice Rep for College Auditions There are lots of considerations when it comes to finding the right music school for classical singers, but one question we get frequently is: “How do I choose the right audition material?” We posed this question to three […]

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How to Ace Your College Admissions Interview

How to Ace Your College Admissions Interview: Questions to Expect, Questions to Ask, and What Not to Do – Interviews are a vital part of the college admissions process for performing and visual arts students. Arts applicants come face-to-face with both admissions officers and faculty as part of the audition or portfolio review process. Even […]

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ArtsBridge Class of 2019

Congratulations to the ArtsBridge Class of 2019! The 2019 admissions season has come to an end, and we at ArtsBridge are so proud of the success of our ArtsBridge Class of 2019, who will be attending the colleges listed below. (The number of students attending indicated in parenthesis)

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How to Choose the Right Theater Audition Material

There are so many decisions to make when applying to college theater programs and summer programs, but one question we get asked constantly is: “How do I choose the right audition material?” We posed this question to three ArtsBridge Summer faculty who are among the top experts in theater training at American colleges. Vicky Bussert […]

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Admissions Plans: Early Action vs. Early Decision for Arts Applicants

Yes, there is Early Action (EA) and Early Decision (ED) for arts applicants too! These are increasingly popular options for high school seniors embarking on the college application process. For performing and visual arts applicants, there are essential deadlines to understand when applying. Early Action and Early Decision I/II* are options at many colleges and […]

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