Department of Music
 

Recital/Performance Program Request

Performance Information (required)

  • Include instrument(s) or voice type(s) after each performers name.
  • For shared/joint junior recitals and other performances, enter the primary performers as:
    firstname lastname, instrument; firstname2 lastname2, instrumet2 etc.
    (For ensembles, just put a period, you do not have to list each instrument.)
  • Ensemble Personnel should be grouped by instrument/section and entered as:
    Name    year, major(s)    Hometown
  • Contact Michele if you have a new venue that needs to be added to the Location menu.

Performance Information (all fields required)

Additional Information (where applicable)

Works to be Performed (required)

  • Refer to Oxford Music Online for composer spellings. (Do NOT use abbreviations or initials)
  • If the composer is still living, use b. and then the year. [b. 1977, NOT 1977–]
  • Titles may be either in English or an original language, but the whole title should be in the same language. [Chanson et Danse NOT Chanson and Danse]
  • Capitalize the first letter of all note names and key colors. Do not capitalize the words sharp or flat. [B-flat Minor, NOT b-flat minor]
  • If the work has a commonly used subtitle, include it after the formal name and in quotation marks. [Symphony No. 9 “From the New World” NOT Ninth Symphony NOR New World Symphony]
  • Do not include movement numbers. If the movement does not have a descriptive title, use the initial tempo marking (or metronome marking).
  • Separate work and movement titles, even for single-movement excerpts. [Overture to Candide should be listed with Candide as the work title and Overture as the movement title; Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen from Die Zauberflöte should be listed with Die Zauberflöte as the work title and Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen as the movemement title.]
  • With the exception of subtitles (see above), do not use italics or quotation marks for work titles or movement titles in this section of the program.
  • Performers should be entered as name, instrument.

  • Use one space between sentences, NOT two.
  • When referring to the title of a work in the text of a program note, do not italicize common musical names or Roman liturgical titles. [Concerto in E-flat, Symphony No. 5, Requiem] Do italicize descriptive names. [The Rite of Spring, Des Knaben Wunderhorn, Channel One Suite] Individual lieder and song titles should appear in quotation marks and NOT be italicized, regardless of language. [“In diesem Wetter!” “I Bought Me a Cat,” “Maria”]
  • Italicize other foreign-language terms.
  • Refer to your applied teacher and/or the Chicago Manual of Style for questions about commas, capitalization, italicization, quotation marks, and other issues of style and usage.

  • Include the author or source at the end of each song text. If you are using a translation, include the name of the translator, too.
  • If you are including a foreign-language text and an English translation side by side, type in the foreign-language text first, and then type in the English translation. DO NOT USE COLUMNS.

+ Add Work (the entry-order is irrelevant; this comes later)

Artist Profile Text (optional - for faculty and guest performances only)

  • Use first and last name for the initial appearance of a name and last name ONLY for subsequent appearances. [Fennell founded the Eastman Wind Ensemble in 1952 NOT Frederick founded the Eastman Wind Ensemble in 1952 NOR Dr. Fennell founded the Eastman Wind Ensemble in 1952.]
  • Titles should generally NOT be capitalized. [Jerry F. Junkin is director of bands at the University of Texas at Austin and music director of the Dallas Wind Symphony.]
  • Degrees should NOT be capitalized when written out. Abbreviated degrees should be capitalized as appropriate and use periods. [He earned the master of music degree in 1984 and the doctor of musical arts degree in 1987. She earned an M.A. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.]

Enter artist profile text below:

Additional Program Text (optional)

  • This is for general program text or notes. It should NOT be used for any work-specific information.
  • Use one space between sentences, NOT two.
  • Italicize other foreign-language terms.]
  • Refer to your applied teacher and/or the Chicago Manual of Style for questions about commas, capitalization, italicization, quotation marks, and other issues of style and usage.

Enter general (not work-specific!) program notes text below:

Set Performance Order and Submit Request


Please double check your order is correct and intermission is where it needs to be before submitting this form, or your programs may not be correct.