DMA Chamber Recitals
Those that would normally take place this academic year are waived.
If you would normally give a recital this year, please register for the recital course as though you are still giving it (i.e. 420R or 420J), so that it can be properly reflected in your degree audit. You will not be responsible for a traditional final performance; however, the following divisions are requiring juniors who were supposed to perform a recital this semester to record a jury instead:
Brass, Wind and Percussion
If you aren't sure in which semester you were supposed to give a recital please contact your primary instructor.
New Recognition in Music Performance Recitals
Music Studies and BA students who have planned to perform the Recognition recital this spring should submit a recital recording to their studio instructor. These students also have the choice of foregoing their recitals and can work with their supervising faculty member to arrange for an alternate project.
For students who want to perform the Recognition recital during the 2021-2022 academic year, they have the option to record the FDFJ for recital consideration in May 2021 (or Dec. 2021).
Candidacy Requirement for DMA 2 Recitals
All doctoral students planning to graduate in May 2021 should perform a DMA 2 recital in the Fall and a DMA Lecture recital in the Spring. Graduation will still depend on the student passing comps if they are taking the test in the Fall.
Only one AD Recital Required
Course registration will still apply, but only one recorded performance is required for AD students this academic year. Alternate projects can be assigned at the supervising faculty member’s discretion.
Community recitals will be replaced by a virtual project.
String division pre-recital juries are canceled for this academic year.