Juries and Recitals

Juries and Recitals

Recitals

String performance majors not giving recitals must play regular juries, to be scheduled towards the end of the spring semester. String majors presenting required recitals must instead complete a recital jury of their repertoire in the semester of their recital performance. Recitalists must register for the corresponding course:

Undergraduate (Recital): MPASS-UE 1111
Graduate/Artist Diploma (Colloquy): MPASS-GE 2111
Ph.D (Seminar in Music and Music Ed): MPATC-GE 3026

Recital planning and scheduling

Jury Requirements for Violin, Viola, and Cello Students

Freshmen: Two contrasting works, one or both memorized

Sophomores: (Continuation Jury) Two contrasting movements of Bach, memorized, one movement of a concerto or a showpiece, memorized

Juniors/Seniors: (Recital Jury) Repertoire must be approved by private teacher

First-year Graduate: Two movements of Bach, memorized, one movement of a concerto or a showpiece, memorized, and a movement of a sonata

Second-year Graduate/Artist Diploma/PhD: (Recital Jury) Repertoire must be approved by private teacher

Jury Requirements for Bass Students
Freshmen: Two contrasting movements plus orchestral solo(s), excerpts from the Bach Suites

Sophomores: Two contrasting movements of a Concerto, Sonata, or similar showpiece plus orchestral solo(s), excerpts from the Bach Suites

Juniors/Seniors: (Recital Jury) Repertoire must be approved by private teacher
 
First-year Graduate: Two movements of a concerto or sonata along with two other short works in contrasting style as assigned

Second-year Graduate/Artist Diploma/PhD: (Recital Jury) Repertoire must be approved by private teacher