Description and History
Initiated in 1997, Morrison Recitals are an informal student-run series intended to give as many music students as possible an opportunity to perform. They are suitable for a solo or chamber recital program, a master class or a Music 40 or 150 class, faculty recitals, or a performance by any of the department performance ensembles. They can also be informal workshops.
Morrison recitals are held during the fall and spring semesters on Mondays & Fridays at noon in Room 125 Morrison Hall. They begin at 12:10, and end by 1pm (though there are exceptions if the room schedule permits). Recitals do not take place every week; end-of semester is usually booked early and dates are reserved for keyboard, voice, guitar, & chamber music finals.
Policies for Participation
Auditions are not required, but dates must be reserved in advance for the current semester with the staff at the Practice Desk, Morrison Hall ground floor. As soon as possible after reserving a date, please obtain and complete an application form (available at the practice desk). Include the following details: applicants name and contact information, names/instruments of all participants, date(s) requested, and program information (composer, piece, length). Practice desk staff post recital information on the music events calendar.
Any instrument needs should be cleared through Jim Coates (email@example.com) well in advance. Participants are responsible for setting up before and striking after the performance.
For information about upcoming recitals in the series, check the events calendar.