Recitals

In response to COVID-19 health and safety concerns, recitals held in spring 2021 will follow an updated protocol, found on this Google document. Please email the concert hall staff with specific questions.


STUDENT RECITALS

Who is required to perform and who may perform?

Students Obtaining a Degree in:

Bachelor of Music in Performance

  • Required Recitals: Junior Year ½ recital; Senior Year full recital
  • Performance majors must enroll in Music 422 for the term they are performing their junior/senior recitals.

All Other School of Music Students:

  • May perform a recital at their instructors’ discretion. See scheduling and accompanist information below. Students who are not performance majors may elect to register in Music 422 if given approval by their instructor to do so.

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NOON CONVOCATION STUDENT PERFORMANCES

Noon Convocation Student Performances take place on Wednesdays during the common hour. Dates are announced at the beginning of each semester. Students or ensembles are normally limited to 10 minutes of performance—exceptions to this limit must be at the consent of the student’s applied music instructor or ensemble coach and are contingent on scheduling.

Who is required to perform and who may perform?

Students Obtaining Degrees in:

Bachelor of Music in Music Education
Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies in Business
Bachelor of Arts in Music

  • Required: One performance during Noon Convocation in both the junior and senior years.

All Other School of Music Students:

  • May perform during Noon Convocation as approved by their instructors.

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