Interested in studying Music or Performing Arts at Monash in 2014? Want to gain an edge at your audition?
Our free Auditions Information Evening could increase your chance of success. Selection officers will explain what they look for in candidates, and there will be plenty of time for questions. Each session also covers pathway study options.
The sessions run concurrently, so if you are applying for both Music and Performing Arts, choose one session and ask a friend or parent to attend the other. Parents, Careers Practitioners and Teachers are all welcome.
Find out more:
- Music and Performing Arts Auditions Information Evening
- Performance and Theatre Auditions
- Music Auditions
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