HUGH HODGSON SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Graduate Audition Requirement and Dates

CONCERNING THE DECEMBER 1 DEADLINE.  

December 1 is the usual deadline for full consideration for an assistantship.  However, my deadline is a little more flexible for the designated clarinet assistantships.  

GRE NOT REQUIRED FOR:

School of Music Assistantships (funding comes from the school of music budget, limited number available).

GRE MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ASSISTANTSHIPS FUNDED OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC: 

Check here and explore the Graduate School website for other funding opportunities.








 

HUGH HODGSON SCHOOL OF MUSIC
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
New Graduate Assistantships in Clarinet
(updated 12/16)



Clarinet TAs are now 8 hours each and I have 3 positions that can be either MM or DMA positions.  

DMA level: Full tuition remission. Stipend of $8411.40

MM level: Full tuition remission. Stipend of $7916.40

 

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The Hugh Hodgson School of Music director assigns the duties of the TA positions according to the needs of the school.  Typically, the positions are organized as follows: 

 

1) TA #1 -- Assist with the clarinet studio teaching and organization.

 

2) TA #2 -- Perform in the Southern Woodwind Quintet, our resident graduate quintet (5 hours).  The remaining 3 hours will be assigned by the director. 

3)  TA #3 -- Work with the clarinet studio, band and orchestra on the organization, maintenance and repairs of the clarinet harmony instruments.  Hours have not been specified and any remaining hours will be assigned if needed.

Graduate students may remain in one position for the duration of their degree or they may rotate to another clarinet assistantship after a year or two. 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree  in music, admission to the Graduate School, and the playing of a successful audition.

 

Deadline: For full consideration, it is strongly recommended that application materials should be received by December 1st but there is some flexibility for the clarinet TAs.  Email me at mccleldr@uga.edu



General Information:The University of Georgia is a public research university located in Athens, Georgia, United States. Founded in 1785, it is the oldest and largest of the state's institutions of higher learning and one of the oldest public universities in the United States. UGA offers seventy-nine degree programs in a wide range of disciplines and enrolls about 26,000 undergraduate and about 9,000 graduate students from the United States and around the world every year. The university is organized into sixteen schools and colleges. In its 2011 edition, U.S. News & World Report ranked the university's undergraduate program 56th among national universities, while ranking the business, education, journalism, law, and public affairs graduate programs as high as 4th and all in the top 50. The same publication also cited the university as the No. 11 ranked "Up-and-Coming School" in the National University category tied with the University of Southern California and ahead of Emory University.  The university also made the list of "Top 10 Public Ivy League Schools." 



The University of Georgia Hugh Hodgson School of Music is home to approximately six hundred students and a faculty of sixty-five. The School offers a wide variety of degree programs from baccalaureate through doctoral levels, as well as many opportunities for all UGA students to participate in ensembles and academic classes. Each year the School offers nearly 350 public performances. The Hodgson School of Music is part of the Performing and Visual Arts Complex that includes the five-story Music Building, the Performing Arts Center, the Georgia Museum of Art, and the Lamar Dodd School of Art.



For information contact:

D. Ray McClellan
Professor of Clarinet
Hugh Hodgson School of Music

University of Georgia

250 River Road

Athens, GA 30602

mccleldr@uga.edu

Susan LeCroy
Graduate Secretary
Hugh Hodgson School of Music
University of Georgia
250 River Road
Athens, GA 30602
slecroy@uga.edu
706-542-3737
 

 

 

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