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Performing in a recital is an exciting way to share one's music with others! Private Study recitals are scheduled at the discretion of the administration and teachers. Private Study students are not required to participate in recitals, although the Suzuki program does include an expectation to perform.
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Any student who is properly prepared for a recital may apply
through his/her teacher for inclusion on a specific recital date. Only
the private study or ensemble instructor can approve the student’s
readiness for a recital.
It is CMS policy for all recitalists to stay for the full duration of their recital.
Your CMS instructor must be notified of desire to perform and
agree that student is adequately prepared. Information must then be
submitted via email by the instructor for inclusion in a recital.
Recitals are filled on a first-come first-served basis and CMS reserves
the right to cancel any recital due to low enrollment, weather, or