SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Answers to your questions
What is studio class?
You meet weekly with your instructor and fellow students.
Performances and discussion takes place here.
How do I book a recital?
- Make sure you are enrolled in the correct section of your applied lesson. Please check with your teacher.
- If you are giving a senior or graduate recital, please be sure to enroll on My Akron. If you are giving a junior recital, you do not need to sign up on My Akron.
-Pick a date that gives you enough time to prepare and your teacher and accompanist are available for.
- Complete the accompanist request form.
- Request the date (student recitals may be booked beginning the first day of Fall Semester)
- Access the UA School of Music building schedule via the scheduling computer in the School of Music office. You may check by day, week, or month. For a read-only view of the Recital Hall schedule, click here.
- Check to make sure your room is available. Keep the browser window open for reference.
- Open a new browser window and access the Room Request Form either in the School of Music office or click here.
- Please complete all sections, and make sure your email address is accurate. Click "submit."
- You will receive an email receipt that confirms your request.
- Your date is still not confirmed. Take the recital form (located under the School of Music scheduling computer) and fill out all fields. Get all signatures (teacher, area chair, your accompanist and yourself). Return to Patty LaNasa within 14 days of the request along with $50 for the room and $50 for UA accompanist (if needed). Cash or check to The University of Akron.
- Once Patty LaNasa receives your check and confirms your date, your recital is confirmed.
- If you want to use the Atrium for a reception, please use the the same Room Request Form, selecting "ATR."
- Book tables for your reception with Kim Bradfield in the Band Office (GH 260). $4 per table.
- If your recital is not confirmed within 14 days of the request, it is “denied” and you need to start the procedure over.
- To schedule rehearsals, follow the same procedure but select "rehearsal." It is not necessary to schedule rehearsals along with the recitals, but wise to schedule as soon as possible. Dates fill up quickly.
- If you cancel your recital, your deposit will not be refunded. You need to start the procedure over.
- If your teacher says you are not ready to give your recital and they cancel your recital, your deposit will not be refunded. You need to start over.
- If your teacher cancels your recital because they have a conflict or in case of emergency, your deposit will be refunded on a case-by-case basis.
If you have any questions, please contact Patty LaNasa (x 8301) or email@example.com.
What is GID?
GID was the previous method of counting recital credits with paper forms.
GID is dead!
GID is now Recital Tracker.
What is Recital Tracker?
Recital Tracker keeps track of your recital and concert attendance.
This fulfills your student recital requirements.
Student Recital Semester Requirements:
12 Sectionals, SOM Recitals
3 Other or either of the above
Student Recital BA Requirements:
48 sectionals + 48 concerts/recitals + 12 either one = 108 TOTAL
Student Recital Music Degree Requirements:
96 sectionals + 96 concerts/recitals + 24 either one = 216 TOTAL