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Recital Scheduling Form

Recital Scheduling Form

Recitals are not confirmed until the form has been submitted to the School of Music office and approved by your applied professor. Once approved the recital date and time will be confirmed by the Stage Managers.

Any special requests for stage setup should be sent directly to the stage managers 7 days prior to your recital date at stagemanager@tcu.edu

All completed programs and program notes should be submitted to Sarah Walters no less than 2 weeks prior to your recital date at s.walters77@tcu.edu

Please review the TCU Recital Scheduling Policy before submitting this form. It is the responsibility of the student AND professor that all recital scheduling guidelines are followed. Failure to follow this policy will result in the removal of the student recital.
I have read and agree to the TCU Recital Scheduling Guidelines. *
Will your recital be virtual or in-person? *
Student Recital Guidelines

• All performers must wear a face mask or similar covering for the duration of the performance.

Performers may perform without a mask if they meet the following criteria:
o All repertoire is either solo and unaccompanied or performed with a recorded track.
o In-person audiences will be strictly prohibited.
o Applied professor has approved performing without a mask.
o Prior to the recital hearing, the student and applied professor must inform Dr. Kirkendoll of plans to perform without a mask.

Failure to adhere to any of the guidelines outlined above will result in the following.

• The recital will not be streamed from any School of Music channels.
• The student will be reported to the Director and Dean for violating TCU policy.
• Depending on the severity of the violation, the Director and Dean will determine any additional penalties including, but not limited to, escalating the case to the Chancellor.

Student Recital Guidelines

• All performers must wear a face mask or similar covering for the duration of the performance.
• The performers, applied professor, and stage manager will be the only people in the hall for the duration of the performance. No other TCU students, faculty, staff, or external guests or visitors will be permitted to attend.
• No food or beverages will be served.

Performers may perform without a mask if they meet the following criteria:
o All repertoire is either solo and unaccompanied or performed with a recorded track.
o In-person audiences will be strictly prohibited.
o Applied professor has approved performing without a mask and plans to either sit in the booth or watch remotely from the live stream.
o Performer is required to wear a mask when entering and exiting the venue, backstage, and at all other times on the TCU Campus.
o Only one stage manager will be assigned to the event and will remain in the booth for the duration of the performance.
o Prior to the recital hearing, the student and applied professor must inform Dr. Kirkendoll and the stage managers of plans to perform without a mask.

The default recital option is no in-person audience
o Students will be contacted by Dr. Kirkendoll with the option for an in-person audience.
o Students must submit in writing to Dr. Kirkendoll and their applied professor that they would like an in-person audience.
o By opting for an in-person audience, the student and applied professor agree to the additional guidelines outlined below.

Failure to adhere to any of the guidelines outlined above will result in the following.

• The event livestream will be turned off and the performance will be stopped.
• Any in-person audience members will be asked to leave the hall.
• The student will be reported to the Director and Dean for violating TCU policy.
• Depending on the severity of the violation, the Director and Dean will determine any additional penalties including, but not limited to, escalating the case to the Chancellor.

By selecting an in-person recital, you agree to follow the guidelines outlined above. *
By selecting a pre-recorded recital, you agree to follow the guidelines outlined above. *
Would you like an in-person audience? *Ed Landreth and PepsiCo only. Contingent on applied professor and School of Music approval *
Recital Guidelines for In-Person Audiences

• All performers must wear a face mask or similar covering for the duration of the performance.
• Audience members must be TCU students, faculty, or staff with an advanced seat reservation. Maximum of 30 in the audience who will reserve a seat on OvationTix no less than 12 hours prior to the event. A TCU ID card and valid OvationTix reservation must be presented upon arrival at the student recital.
• No external guests or visitors will be permitted to attend. Please ask family and friends who are not permitted to join via livestream.
• Audience members must wear face mask/covering for the duration of the performance and sit in their reserved seat.
• Performers and audience will greet each other without physical contact.
• Performers and audience members will practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet.
• All performers and audience members will wipe down their chair, music stand, or similar shared surfaces at the conclusion of the performance.
• No food or beverages will be served.

Failure to adhere to any of the guidelines outlined above will result in the following.

• The event livestream will be turned off and the performance will be stopped.
• Any in-person audience members will be asked to leave the hall.
• The student will be reported to the Director and Dean for violating TCU policy.
• Depending on the severity of the violation, the Director and Dean will determine any additional penalties including, but not limited to, escalating the case to the Chancellor.

By selecting an in-person audience, you agree to follow the additional guidelines outlined above. *
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Time Choice 2 *
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Time Choice 3 *
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A copy of this form will be sent to Mrs. Nita Ferrell who will reach out to you and your professor via email to confirm your recital date and time.