Student Recital and Recording Service Policies
These policies apply to Degree Recitals, which are given by junior and senior music majors, and Non-Degree Recitals, which can be given by music majors, minors, or non-majors.
- Degree Recitals
Recitalists are responsible for delivering all publicity information (program, photo, bio, acknowledgements, program notes) in a timely manner--four weeks before the recital. Program notes must be approved by instructors. Instructors should proofread all materials.
- Non-degree Recitals
Recitalists are responsible for creating their own publicity materials: posters, programs, etc. The department does not sponsor these materials for non-degree recitals.
Pianists' Recital Fees
- Degree Recitals incur no pianists’ fees, unless the student needs more time than allotted normally.
- Non-degree recitals incur a fee of $100 per evening. This sum may be shared by 2-3 recitalists for the evening. Students pay the pianist directly.
Recording Service Fees
Below is the fee schedule charged to students for engaging services of the house manager/sound engineer, Zach Downey, for recording recitals and student audition CDs (for graduate school, summer programs). This fee schedule honors long-standing policies of support for music majors.
Definition of recording session:
All other students, Non-majors, non-minors: