For more complete information regarding juries matters such as level guidelines, level changes, etc., please consult the MUP Jury Manual. Music Majors: please make sure you communicate with your instructor regarding the repertoire you will be performing on your jury. This repertoire (including title and composer) needs to be emailed to Hisao Watanabe no later than November 16th. A Helpful Reminder: Juries are a wonderful way for you to showcase the work you’ve been doing in individual lessons and to get feedback from faculty. Dressing nicely and introducing your pieces is part of your presentation. Remember that everyone in the room is there to help you succeed. Have fun!
Some Notes About the Jury Process
A Jury schedule will be sent by email and/or posted ahead of time.
Make sure to be ready outside of the Jury room, 10 minutes before your appointed time in case things are running ahead of schedule.
It is important to be dressed nicely for your jury as it is a formal presentation of your work.
When you enter the room, the Jury panel will greet you.
The Jury panel will ask if you want to play scales and arpeggios before or after your pieces. This is your choice.
You will see the Jury panel writing notes as you perform. These notes are feedback for you to discuss with your lesson teacher later.
Once you finish performing all material, you will receive a few minutes of verbal feedback from the Jury panel.
If time is running short, the Jury panel may ask you to stop before the end of your piece(s).
If you are attempting a level change, the Jury panel will ask you to leave the room shortly while they discuss the results of your jury. The Jury panel will then invite you back into the room to discuss the results.
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