Date requests can be made starting August 28st for the Fall, 2017 semester and November 1st for the Spring, 2018 semester.  See available dates at: Fall, 2017 Recital Dates

Review carefully your ensemble, studio, and class obligations when selecting a recital date, and make sure your assisting musicians and applied teacher have that date free.                       

Within one week of selecting a recital date you must submit a completed STUDENT RECITAL REQUEST FORM to John Jacobson in the Music Office 162.  

Hint: Plan to give your recital earlier in the semester.  You'll have more choice in selecting rehearsal and performance dates.


At least two weeks prior to your recital date you must submit a completed STUDENT RECITAL RECORDING FORM and turn into the Music Office. Any special audio or visual requests should be referred to Scott Topazi, Audio Production Manager, room 293. Email:


Students must jury their recital no later than three weeks prior to their recital date.

When scheduling your jury be sure to coordinate the day, time, and location with your studio teacher, other members of the jury panel, and collaborating musicians.

Make sure you have your  RECITAL JURY FORM and recital program draft filled out and ready to distribute to your Jury Panel. 


Turn in the signed jury form & approved program draft document to the MU 289A c/o Dan Koefoed. E-mail program materials to Jody Pierce at


Contact Jody Pierce or Dan Koefoed in the Music Office to schedule recital rehearsal time in Chamichian Recital Hall. Recitalists have a maximum of (2), two-hour rehearsals in the hall for performance preparation.

Organ and percussion students should contact Daniel Koefoed, Performance Hall Manager, regarding rehearsals in Staples Family Concert Hall.


Jody Pierce will contact you with instructions on program layout.  Please create and submit documents only in Word. No PDF or other non-word files will be accepted. Consult the CONCERT PROGRAM GUIDELINE document available online for explanations on formatting.

The School of Music will produce/print, and post posters for each recital at least one week prior to the concert date on the standard SOM poster template.  It is imperative that you submit your materials in a timely manner to allow for ample publicity of your recital.

Your Recital programs will be printed and made available for distribution at your School of Music Concert location.  If an off-site recital location is chosen, you will need to arrange to have your programs brought to the concert venue.

Student recitals are posted on the School of Music Website here: Student Recitals


Instrumental and Choral BME or BA/BS degree students must complete the Instrumental or Vocal Solo Performance Requirement Form as documentation of their successful completion of the solo performance requirement. Forms are found on the School of Music web site here:  Documents and Forms.