Flute @ Wichita State University



The flute studio at WSU is a tight-knit group of dedicated, busy students. Everyone supports each other in his or her journey to excellence, realizing that one person’s path is most likely very different from his or her own. We enjoy the challenge of perfecting our craft!

Our weekly studio class gives students the opportunity to try out new pieces, play run-throughs before performances, and discuss topics in practicing and teaching. We also prepare small flute ensemble music for performances in the community.

In the 2017-2018 year, WSU will host the first annual FluteShox Flute Day in addition to clinics for All-State and regional auditions and frequent guest artists.

Wichita State’s School of Music delivers the limitless opportunities and resources students need to become tomorrow’s musical innovators in an environment that feels like family.

Come join the FluteShox Family!


Undergraduate Admissions
Students must first apply to the University at www.wichita.edu/apply. Once accepted, students may then schedule an audition online here.

Scholarship and Entrance Auditions
The audition serves as the basis upon which the School of Music determines entrance and School of Music scholarships.

Audition Dates: Nov 18, 2017; Feb 10 and April 7, 2018
Auditions can also be scheduled on an individual basis, if needed.

Audition Requirements for Undergraduate Admission
All major scales, 2-3 octaves, slurred and articulated; two contrasting pieces from the standard repertoire. Pieces may be selected movements from a larger work.

Graduate Admissions
Students must first apply to the Graduate School and contact Dr. Lemoine to set up an audition time. There is an additional application for Graduate Assistantships.

Audition Requirements for Graduate Admission
Three movements or pieces from the standard repertoire; 3-5 orchestral excerpts.


For comprehensive information about University scholarships, visit wichita.edu/thisis/scholarships/.

Wichita State University offers many Tuition Discount Programs. Among them are the Shocker City Partnership and the Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP). Others are Legacy Tuition, Shocker Select, and Veterans and Active Duty Military.

Shocker City Partnership
The Shocker City Partnership grants resident tuition rates to students from specific metropolitan areas in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas, making the cost of attending Wichita State significantly less than out-of-state tuition. Undergraduate students enrolled in 15 credit hours per semester would save more than $8,950 per year in tuition and fees, compared to nonresident tuition rates. Shocker City Partnership is also available to graduate students.

The Midwest Student Exchange Program offers 33 percent off out-of-state tuition to residents of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin who meet the program’s qualifications for major, test score and GPA. MSEP students save about $5,700 each year.