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Recital Guidelines

General Information

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Definitions

Degree Recital: A recital given in partial fulfillment of the requirements for graduation from a degree program as described in the School of Music Bulletin.

Recital Requirements by Degree Program

  • M.M.: 1 recital in the final year of study M.M.A.: 1 recital in each year of study
  • A.D.: 1 recital in each year of study Note: only 1 recital per year by pianists in the A.D. program (usually the solo recital program, as opposed to the concerto or chamber music program) may be regarded as a degree recital.
  • D.M.A. in residence: 1 recital in each year of residency 
  • D.M.A. (dissertation period): 1 lecture recital in the academic year following 3-year dissertation period Certificate: 1 recital in the final year of study Please refer to pg. 24 for all actions required for your degree recital.

Required Recitals: Recitals which are required by faculty members of students in their studio or department, but are not a requirement of their degree program as described in the School of Music Bulletin.

Informal Recital: A recital given by the student’s choosing.

Request Recital Dates


Venues Information


Cancellation/Date Changes


Request a Collaborative Pianist (for degree recitals; may be possible for required or informal recitals)


Submit Signed Recital Contract (for degree and required recitals)


Request Rehearsal Time


Request Music Rental (if needed)


Submit Program Information (for degree recitals only)


Submit Large Ensemble Authorization (for degree and required recitals)


Additional Equipment Requests


Changing Status


Media Release or Cancellation of Live Stream


Evaluation Committee (for degree recitals only)


Recital Run-Throughs


Book a Reception (optional)


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