Please note that this policy does not duplicate any information found in the broader policy document about Scheduling in Auer, Ford, and Recital Halls:
- All recitals involving faculty or guests should be proposed by either current members of the faculty or by the Dean’s Office, regardless of whether the event is a guest recital, a recital by a retired faculty member, or any other person. All requests should come to the Scheduling Office at least four weeks prior to the intended performance date. (Please note that any requests made less than four weeks in advance may not be able to receive full marketing, promotion, audio/visual and/or sound reinforcement support.)
- Faculty/guest recital programs must be over and the performance hall vacated completely (not just the stage area) according to the following schedule:
Any event falling within these timeframes will be forwarded along to the PCC Agenda Committee for approval. If the proposed recital will be longer than the times listed above, the PCC Agenda Committee will determine if it can approve the event as is or if it is necessary for the request to be considered by the full PCC.
3. Faculty/guest recitals cannot be scheduled after Thanksgiving during the fall semester, or after March 31 during the spring semester.
4. Faculty/guest recitals may include as many as 20 assisting performers per work. The addition of more assisting performers must be approved by the PCC, and such participation should not interfere with ensemble assignments, academic responsibilities, or individual private lessons.
Originally approved by the PCC on 2/27/2008
Edits approved by the PCC on 11/20/2019
Approved by School of Music Council 4/9/2020