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Booking a Concert

These policies apply only to Schulich School of Music faculty, staff and students.

 


Undergraduate Student

Undergraduate exam-recitals are organized by the Department of Performance who reserves the date and the hall, organizes the panel, and notifies the student. Complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Department of Performance. Once you have received a date and time from the Department, follow the Concert Office production procedures.

For other student performance possibilities, you have to get in touch with the coordinators of the different series.


Artist Diploma

Artist Diploma recitals are organized by each student and must be approved by the Department of Performance at least three (3) months before the recital date (five [5] months for recitals in September/October). Complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Department of Performance. Once you have received approval from the Department, follow the Concert Office production procedures.

For other student performance possibilities, you have to get in touch with the coordinators of the different series.


Graduate Student

Graduate exam-recitals are organized by each student and must be approved by the Graduate Performance Sub-Committee at least three (3) months before the recital date (five [5] months for recitals in September/October). There is $100 fee for late applications. Complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Graduate Studies Office. Once you have received approval from the Department, follow the Concert Office production procedures.

For other student performance possibilities, you have to get in touch with the coordinators of the different series.


Alumni

There are a maximum of 20 to 25 alumni, staff and guest concerts per year at the Schulich School of Music. Your project, including the name(s) of your colleague(s) whenever applicable, as well as your preferred date and location, must be sent no later than December 1st to the Director, Communications & Production, Schulich School of Music; the Director will then submit it to the Concert Committee as well as to the appropriate area chair for approval. You will be notified of the Committee's decision no later than three (3) weeks after the meeting. This meeting is generally held in the month of January. Once you know of the Committee's decision, follow the Concert Office production procedures.


Faculty

There are a maximum of 20 to 25 alumni, staff and guest concerts per year at the Schulich School of Music. Your project, including the name(s) of your colleague(s) whenever applicable, as well as your preferred date and location, must be sent no later than December 1st to the Director, Communications & Production, Schulich School of Music; the Director will then submit it to the Concert Committee as well as to the appropriate area chair for approval. You will be notified of the Committee's decision no later than three (3) weeks after the meeting. This meeting is generally held in the month of January. Once you know of the Committee's decision, follow the Concert Office production procedures

Faculty responsible for a large ensemble (symphony orchestra, choir, wind symphony, contemporary music ensemble, jazz orchestra and choir, baroque orchestra, and opera) must discuss their project with the Chair of the Department of Performance. The Concert Office will prepare a concert calendar for approval by the Chair. Then, it will be the responsibility of the Ensemble Resources Manager to follow the Concert Office production procedures.

Small ensemble coordinators must submit their booking requests, including the number of concerts, preferred dates and locations, to the Concert Office no later than February 1st. The Concert Office will prepare a concert calendar for approval by the coordinators. Then, it will be the responsibility of the small ensemble coordinators to follow the Concert Office production procedures.

Bookings for area or class concerts should be made using the small ensemble procedure above.

Faculty responsible for any special project must discuss it with the Chair of the Department of Performance who will then submit it to the faculty Executive Committee whenever applicable. After notification of approval please follow the Concert Office production procedures.