When viewing the Recital Scheduling Portal calendar for the three main recital halls (Auer Hall, Ford-Crawford Hall, Recital Hall), available recital times will appear as white rectangles. To make a recital time selection, select and drop the crimson recital title (located on the left side of the hall availabilty calendar pop-up window) on the white rectangle you want to select.
Once the recital time has been selected, you will be asked to confirm date, time, and location your selection.
If there is no white rectangle at a time you want to select, then that time is not available.
- DM, AD, MM, and PD recitals are permitted
- One recital per student per semester (except DM/AD organ majors)
- Undergraduate degree recitals (except for BM organ majors) can only schedule Auer Hall in September/October and January/February
- Undergraduate degree recitals for majors in any program may be scheduled during the summer session
- No non-degree recitals may be scheduled in Auer Hall
Ford-Crawford Hall and Recital Hall
- DM, AD, MM, PD, junior and senior recitals are permitted
- Non-degree student recitals as space permits
To request a non-hall location, such as the MAC rehearsal rooms or Sweeney Lecture Hall, you will need to inquire with the Scheduling Office to ask for availability and reserve the non-hall venue.
Once you have received your non-hall venue reserversation confirmation, then you will need to proceed in completing in the online Recital Scheduling & Program Creation Form.
A shared recital is when more than one person performing on a recital will receive recital credit towards degree progress. Shared recitals are common occurrences for DM and AD students.
All students using a recital performance for a degree recital must complete a recital request in the online Recital Scheduling portal. If a student does not complete an online recital request, then recital credit will not be applied towards degree progress.
How to schedule a shared recital in the online Recital Scheduling system:
If scheduling in one of the three performance halls (Auer, Ford-Crawford, Recital), the Recital Scheduling Portal calendar selector will only allow one student to select a recital date via performance hall option in section 3 ("Recital Date and Location") of the online recital request.
Any additional students planning to use the same recital should complete their online recital request by selecting "a location other than these 3 halls." Selecting this option will allow you to write-in the recital date/time/location (same as the first student who selected via performance hall selector).
Using the same date/time/location as the first student, enter these details in the blank fields populated. In the location field, in addition to the location, include a note that states "shared recital with _____". For example: Ford Hall - shared recital with Sofia Gubaidulina.
Helpful Hints for Shared Recitals:
- Individual shared recital requests must have the same repertoire listed in their program. The Scheduling Office will not approve shared recitals if the repertoire does not match.
- The Scheduling Office will do final approvals of individual students' requests for a shared recital once all students participating in the shared recital have received the required faculty/committee approvals for the individual recital request.
Questions about scheduling a shared recital? Contact the Scheduling Office.
In order to access the Recital Scheduling Portal using a non-campus computer, you need to be connected to the IU Virtual Private Network (IU VPN). You can find portal access information here.
Undergraduate students: If you are not enrolled in applied lessons for the semester which you are trying to schedule your recital, the system will prevent you from accessing. If you have questions about enrolling in applied lessons, contact the Music Undergraduate Office.
If you are still encountering issues accessing the online Recital Scheduling Portal, contact the Scheduling Office.
If your recital request is incomplete (not fully approved by your instructor/committee and the Scheduling Office), then you can make recital date, time, and location updates via the Recital Scheduling & Program Creation Form online portal. Find information here.
If your recital request is fully approved (approved by your instructor/committee and the Scheduling Office), then you need to submit the Recital Cancellation Request Form. Find information here.
If you recital request is incomplete (not fully approved by your instructor/committee and the Scheduling Office), email the Scheduling Office to cancel your incomplete recital request.
If your recital request is fully approved (approved by your instructor/committee and the Scheduling Office), you will need to submit the Recital Cancellation Request Form.