2017-2018 Recital Dates
STEP 1 - Get your form
The "Student Recital Request and Approval Process" form can be found here. You may either fill the PDF form out electronically and then print it out, or print out the form and fill it out by hand.
STEP 2 - Find your date
Below is the list of dates that are available please select from the list. If a date and time says "RESERVED" then it is NOT AVAILABLE.
Each student will be granted a 45 min. warm up period in the concert hall. The concert hall will open 15 min. before the recital. (ie. for a 5:30pm recital the student will have access at 4:30pm; for a 7:30pm recital the student will have access at 6:30pm).
*Junior Recitals are at 5:30pm, these may not be over 60 min in total length to allow for the teardown
and setup of the next recital.
*Senior Recitals are at 7:30pm or 3:00pm on Sunday.
*Graduate Recitals are at 7:30pm or 3:00pm on Sunday.
STEP 3 - Find your Recital Hearing Time (required)
Consult with your Applied Faculty Member, accompanist, and EMS to find an available dress rehearsal time. Your hearing is required to be at least 3 weeks before your recital date.
Recital hearings take place at 12:45pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Locations (if available)
Band Room (152)
Choral Room (147)
Opera Dance (130)
Concert Hall (available for piano majors and graduate students only)
STEP 4 - Find your Dress Rehearsal Date (required)
Consult with your Applied Faculty Member, accompanist, and EMS to find an available dress rehearsal time.
Each student is allotted one (1) two-hour dress Rehearsal time slot. This may be rescheduled with a 36-hour notice or with permission from the technical director. If you are a no-show to your rehearsal you will not be able to make it up.
Available Times for dress rehearsals are Mon-Fri:
- 8:00am - 10:00am
- 10:15am - 12:15pm
- 12:30pm - 2:00pm (note this is not a 2 hour period)
- 2:15pm - 4:15pm
STEP 5 - Confirm all dates and times with your Applied Instructor and Accompanist and have them sign your form.
STEP 6 - Turn in signed and completed form to the "Technical Director" mailbox in the Music Office.
You will receive an email confirming your request or letting you know if there are any issues. If there is a conflict with your recital or rehearsal it is your responsibility to contact your applied teacher, accompanist, and the technical director to find a new date and time.
A recital may only be canceled or moved within the first two (2) full weeks of the semester in which a recital is to be given. After this time a recital may not be canceled without the permission from the Chair of the Department. Cancellation and rescheduling may result in the student incurring a monetary penalty (to cover the cost of personnel).
If a recital is canceled after the second full week of the semester in which the recital is to be given and needs to be rescheduled, the recital will need to be moved to a date in the following semester if a date is available.
No Dates Available for Fall
No Dates Available in the Concert Hall for the spring. Please see the music office for dates avaliable for the Heydel Recital Hall.