Are Virtual College Auditions Here to Stay?

5 reasons why they level the playing field By McCaela Donovan May 4, 2021 Much like the rest of the world, COVID 19 accelerated some practices that were already going in specific directions. One of these is virtual auditions, specifically in the world of college admissions. Each year students have historically attended in person theatre, music, […]

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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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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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View from the ArtsBridge: A Client Reaps the Benefits of Applying Early Decision

We recently caught up with one of our current clients, Livvie Goble, who was accepted early decision to her dream school, NYU Tisch, back in December. She will be headed to New York in the fall, and she has not had to worry about the college application process for months, which is just a major […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A College Freshman’s Advice on Relieving Application Stress

Welcome back to our View from the ArtsBridge series, where we highlight the successes of former clients and ArtsBridge Summer students. We’ve found that college students have great advice for our current high school students on making it through the college application process unscathed. (If you’ve missed the last post about how to choose a college […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A Personal Look at the College Application Process

For our second profile in our View from the ArtsBridge series (click here if you missed our first interview with Jordan Plutzer), we caught up with Matthew Liotine, one of our former ArtsBridge Summer students–from all the way back in 2010. We wanted to ask him how his senior year at Montclair State is going, […]

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View from the ArtsBridge: A College Audition Success Story

We caught up with one of our past ArtsBridge Summer students, Jordan Plutzer, to find out how he was doing in his first semester, and to ask if he had any advice for students about to attend their college auditions. Jordan is now a freshman in musical theatre at Carnegie Mellon University. When we spoke, Jordan […]

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