What do I have to do to get my violin license?
I’m a student and have an outstanding violin score. Can I have my score checked?
What if I can’t play the violin?
How to apply
Send the completed application package to the Division of Musicians at 1.800.876.3323 or visit the Musicians Application Center website. You may also download the application here.
Musicians applications are approved on a rolling basis until all applications have been received and processed. If you do not hear back from the division for at least three months, you may request for an extension. Your request will be reviewed by the Division of Musicians and if your request is approved, you will be notified by e-mail.
Please note that the Division of Musicians is responsible for checking all current application forms. If you make an incorrect application or one does not apply to your situation, the division may require you to re-apply. Do not resubmit your application unless it applies to your situation.
What if my violin score shows more than one violins?
If your score shows more than one violins, your score must be filed as a continuous sheet with the score. If your score was not sent as a continuous sheet, you may still file your case with the Division of Musicians: Call 1.800.876.3323 or e-mail. We will then provide more detailed information about your case, and review your request for a scoring extension.
What if the violin is on a desk or chair and is not facing the player?
If the violin is on a desk or chair and is not facing the player, submit your score to the Division of Musicians: Call 1.800.876.3323 or e-mail. The division will contact the violin manufacturer for approval.
What if I have a child under the age of 13?
When an individual under the age of 13 attempts to register for a bassoon, they must first become a bassoon player. The Division of Musicians has been working with the Illinois Bassoon Association (IBAA) to create an educational and recreational program called “Bassoon 101”. The IBAA has been conducting classes for those ages 13-14 for approximately three years. Each class is taught in a different style and features different teachers and instruction.
How many violins can we play at one time?
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