Student Performance Recitals

Student Performance Recitals
The
Student Performance Recital Application
UNIVERSITY
of VERMONT
Department of Music & Dance
Name, graduation year: _______________________________ Recital Date: ________________
Voice/Instrument: ________________________________ Email: ________________________
Accompanist’s name(s), instrument(s), graduation year(s): ______________________________
PROGRAM
(Please write legibly and make sure all spellings are correct. When applicable, include name and
number of each movement. Total performance time is limited to 7 minutes.)
Name of piece (and movements):___________________________________________________
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Composer: _________________________________________ Timing (in minutes): _________
Name of piece (and movements): __________________________________________________
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Composer: _________________________________________ Timing (in minutes): _________
Name of piece (and movements): __________________________________________________
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Composer: _________________________________________ Timing (in minutes): _________
Faculty Approval: _____________________________________________________________
(Students: Your instructor and Area Head must sign this form before it is turned in to the music office)
Area Head Approval: _______________________________________________________________
Area Heads:
Prof. Neiweem – Voice
Prof. Toner – Woodwind/Brass/Perc.
Prof. Kono – Strings + Guitar
Prof. Parker – Piano
Prof. Julien or Stewart – Jazz Studies
Deadline for return to the Music Office: NOVEMBER 1 (fall semester) APRIL 1 (spring semester)
Updated: 6/5/2013
Please see reverse side for instructions and Performance Recital Checklist
Check list for Student Performance Recitals
Music majors enrolled in MU 134 are required to perform on at least two (2) Student Performance Recitals
before they are eligible for an intermediate Level Examination (Level III). Two (2) additional Student
Performance Recital performances are required prior to the Solo Recital Examination (Level IV).
NOTE: You must be the featured soloist on your performance (not simply a part of a combo or other
accompanist) for the performance to count toward these goals.
1) Select a recital date in consultation with teacher.
2) Complete the Student Performance Recital Application (on reverse side) and return it to the Music
Office by NOV. 1 (Fall semester) or APRIL 1 (Spring semester)
3) In the space below, indicate any specific needs for stage arrangements, including set-up of the piano
and any accompanying instrumentalists (attached a sketch if needed).
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4) Check in the Music Office the day before your recital to find out the order of the program.
5) Arrive early and dress appropriately (i.e. semi-formal or formal attire).
6) Bow to acknowledge applause as you enter and exit the stage, remembering to also acknowledge your
accompanist.
Jazz Requirements
Please limit instrumentation to:
DUO
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Wind instrument or bass plus piano accompaniment, or
Wind instrument or bass plus guitar accompaniment, or
Piano or guitar plus bass accompaniment
TRIO (for drummers only)
• Drums plus bass and piano/guitar accompaniment
Students must be accompanied by a faculty or professional accompanist (student accompanist must be
approved in advance by the Area Head).
If your performance includes drums, amps, and other equipment, you must set up those items and have them in
place on stage at least 30 minutes before the recital begins. Consult with your teacher or the Area Head about
gaining access to the equipment in storage.
Performers are responsible for returning any borrowed equipment at the end of the recital.
(NOTE: Do not interrupt a class in the Ballroom to return equipment)
Updated: 6/5/2013
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