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Programs for Student and Faculty/ Guest Artist Recitals: Programs will now be
hosted online, accessed via QR code. Paper programs are no longer supported by the School of Music. Recitalists may print programs at their own expense. Content and formatting for all programs must be approved by the relevant faculty.
Program information must be submitted 3 weeks in advance of the
event. Programs not submitted by this deadline will not be hosted.
All programs may be submitted in .pdf format via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For student recitals, programs must be approved and submitted by the instructor of record. For faculty and guest artist recitals, programs must be submitted by the sponsoring faculty member.
Programs should include the following information.
There is no reduction in the Recital Course fee if you do not have a program for your recital. The Recital Course fee supports the entire recital program and is not discounted for any reason.
Questions regarding your program may be directed to email@example.com.
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Please refer to the Program Editorial Style Guide for information on preparing program submissions and writing program notes. Please see the Chamber Program Template for formatting examples.