Performing and Visual Arts APPLICANTS
Campanile College Counseling provides expert guidance for students entering fields in the performing arts and visual arts. Collaborating with our large network of professionals in the fields of dance, musical theatre, vocal and musical performance, musical composition,and visual art, Campanile helps students prepare for college programs that require auditions or specialized supplements.
Campanile students have successfully prepared portfolios and auditions for diverse fields such as choral conducting, graphic arts, game design, architecture, painting, ballet, contemporary dance, musical composition, musical theater, acting, jazz music, vocal music (blues/jazz), classical music, and many more fields including film making and directing and screen writing.
Our students have been admitted to excellent programs in the arts including CMU School of Drama, NYU Tisch, Berklee College of Music, Northwestern Theatre, Northwestern Bienan School of Music, Brown University, Stanford, Columbia, USC School of Cinematic Arts, USC Dramatic Arts, Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts, Loyola Marymount, University of Michigan Musical Theatre, Manhattan School of Music, USC Thornton, Oberlin Conservatory, Barnard, Peabody Conservatory, Eastman School of Music, Pratt, Parsons, Rhode Island School of Design, Columbia College Chicago, Rochester Institute of Technology, Newhouse School at Syracuse, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Syracuse University School of Architecture, and many others.
Our students find much success in the arts post-graduaton as well! Former students, for example, are currently appearing in Bridges of Madison County at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, working as Assistant Choreographer for A Walk on the Moon, a world-premiere musical at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, and produced a film recently shown at the San Francisco Dance Film Festival.
Musical theatre students participated in an audition workshop October 30, 2016 in San Mateo organized by Campanile with Chris Andersson, Director of Admission at NYU Tisch, and Jody Gelb, National Tour, Wicked.