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Student Recital Policies and Procedures

Junior and Senior recitals should be scheduled during the recital request period (September for fall and November/December for spring). To schedule a recital, students must complete the Recital Request Form and submit it during the timeframe outlined below. Recital requests will be fulfilled on a first-come first-served basis. Prior to submitting your form, please make sure you have confirmed your date with your primary teacher, pianist, and other collaborators.


Scheduling Dates for Spring 2021


Senior Recitals (Degree Recitals): Nov. 1-10

Junior Recitals*: Nov. 11-20

Non-Degree Recitals: Nov. 21-Dec. 1

*Please note: If students are collaborating on a joint Junior Recital, only 1 request form should be submitted. Please list the names and instruments of other students when prompted on the request form.

 In order to complete the online form, you will need the following information:

  • Names of all performers.
  • A desired venue
  • First and second choice of recital dates.
  • Information about additional A/V or set-up needs.


Student recitals can be held in the following venues. Any other space will require special approval. Please see your primary instructor for more information.

  • Concert Hall
  • FAIC 110 (Choral Room)
  • FAIC 108 (Instrumental Room)

Priority reservations for the Concert Hall will go to Senior Recitals and students completing degree recitals. While certain dates and times may be available for recitals, opportunities for dress rehearsals in the concert hall may be extremely limited during certain times of the year (examples: Late April).


Programs are required at all recitals. Please see the department's website to download the required template. No other format will be accepted. The Fine Arts Coordinator will make copies of your program for you as long as all the necessary information is received at least 10-business days prior to your recital date. Materials must first be submitted to your instructor for approval and then forwarded to the FAC. If you miss the deadline, you will be responsible for producing and copying your own programs.

Download the template


Student are encouraged to do their own publicity via social media or concert posters. Students are permitted to hang posters on any public bulletin board on campus (student center postings require a stamp from the front desk). Student recitals will be announced at Noon Recitals and through Music Program emails.