Costs:

Resident Students -
$845 Tuition (includes admission to all events, three daily meals, and dormitory style housing.)
  • $100 Application fee
  • $745 Tuition Balance - due May 18*
Non-resident Students -
$645 Tuition (includes admission to all events and three daily meals.)
  • $100 Application fee
  • $545 Tuition Balance - due May 18*
Wheaton College Students (Resident) -
$745 Tuition (includes admission to all events and three daily meals, and dormitory style housing.)
  • $100 Application fee
  • $645 Tuition Balance - due May 18*

* Late fees may apply for payments made after this date.

Application:

For a printable version, click here.

Return this application to

iii, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL 60187-5593 with
  1. Personal reference from a current or former teacher, clergy, or youth leader.
  2. Required guidance counselor letter or transcript as specified in application
  3. Recording representing performance and/or improvisation skill level (for placement and ensemble grouping). Beginning improvisers are welcome!
  4. Signed "Statement of Conduct" form. (Required of all students.) ?? Click here to download form
  5. $100 Application fee (checks payable to Wheaton College).

Name

Address

City / State / Zip

Phone / Email Address

Social Security Number / Date of Birth

Instrument / Voice

Years of Experience

Second Instrument / Voice

Years of Experience

Questions for placement

  1. If you improvise, in what style are you most comfortable?



  2. Do you know key signatures and scales?



  3. Describe your knowledge of chords.

  4. Learning Tracks
    (Please select 3 in order of preference.)

    Jazz
    ?? An introduction to Jazz-based improvisation (open for all instruments)
    ?? Refining Jazz Improvisation Strategies
    ?? Developing Skills as a Rhythm Section Player

    Bluegrass/Acoustic/Americana
    ?? Making music in the bluegrass tradition
    ?? Constructing solos: developing your musical ideas

    Classical
    ?? Free improvisation: Creating new soundscapes with unconventional instrument combinations
    ?? Improvisation in a chamber ensemble: exploring roles, textures, points of departure
    ?? Modes as a basis for improvisation
    ?? Introduction to Keyboard Improvisation

    Others
    ?? Teaching Improvisation to Children
    ?? Improvisation in the context of worship music
    ?? Improvisation Readiness: losing your fear--group experience to guide you into the joys of spontaneous music making.
    ?? Developing the ear for improvisation: connecting ear & instrument
    ?? Developing time-keeping skills in a rhythm ensemble (open to all instruments)

Please check one:
  • High School Junior or Senior - For Credit (Letter of recommendation from High School guidance counselor required.)
  • High School Junior or Senior - No Credit
  • Undergraduate Music Major (Statement of good standing)?? Click here to download form
  • Other undergraduate (Statement of good standing)?? Click here to download form
    If Student: School where most recently studied

  • Continuing Education / Graduate Student