Undergraduate - Accepted Students

Student Recital Policies and Procedures

Standard Fee

The standard recital fee is $80.00. Only checks or money orders made payable to “UC Regents” will be accepted (no cash). The recital fee is non-refundable.

Scheduling

All recitals must be scheduled through the Operations Manager, Patrick Chose (Music Building Room 1251). The recital fee must be paid at the time of scheduling. Recitals will not be scheduled without payment. Scheduling requires a signed physical or electronic copy of the Student Recital Schedule Approval (SRSA) and Concert Equipment Request Form (CERF) and should be done as early as possible, but a minimum of two weeks prior to your performance date.

Scheduling Hours

Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

Recital Periods

Recitals may be scheduled during the first eight weeks of instruction for all quarters. Students with special circumstances who wish to have a recital during the final weeks of the quarter must, with the advisor’s approval, petition in writing and receive approval from the Department Chair.

Cancellations and Rescheduling

Cancellations will result in the forfeiture of the recital fee. Only medical or family emergencies will be honored for cancellation; faculty changes do not fall under this category.

Recital Venue

Underclassmen have full use of Geiringer Hall and Room 1145. Seniors and graduate students have the option of performing in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall (LLCH).

Publicity

All publicity must be approved by the Marketing and Communications Manager, Adriane Hill (Music Building room 1316C). Students should meet with the publicist as soon as possible to discuss publicity needs.

Recording

The concert will be recorded by the Department of Music and a high-quality copy (.wav) will be retained by the UCSB Library. Students will receive an mp3 recording from the Library, and may request a high-quality (.wav) file at no additional charge. A CD may be requested from the Library; starting Fall 2016 an additional $5 fee will be charged.

Services Provided in the Standard Fee

For the standard $80.00 fee the music department will provide the following:
• One rehearsal of up to two hours
• One public performance of up to two hours
• When available, percussion gear may be used with the written consent of
the percussion ensemble director.
• Piano Tuning
• 50 Black & White Flyers
• Campus Distribution of Flyers
• 100 Single Sided 8 1/2” x 11” Programs

Staff Provided in the Standard Fee

For the standard $80.00 fee the Department of Music will provide the following:
• Stage Manager/Recoding Technician for up to three hours including performance
• House Manager for up to three hours for LLCH, with usher for up to four hours

Equipment Provided in the Standard Fee

For the standard $80.00 fee the Department of Music will provide (if needed) the following:
• Platform Risers, Choral Risers, Standard Concert Lighting, Music Stands, Music Stand Lights, Chairs, Orchestra Shell, Piano, Harpsichord.

Services Not Provided in the Standard Fee

The standard $80.00 fee does not include the following:
• More than one rehearsal
• More than a two hour rehearsal
• Video recording
• Posters
• Multi-colored Flyers
• Print or Broadcast Advertising
• Copying of program notes or text translations
• Off Campus Flyer Distribution

Staff Not Provided in the Standard Fee

The standard $80.00 fee does not include the following:
• Additional stage hands
• Additional ushers
• Projectionists

Equipment Not Provided in the Standard Fee

The standard $80.00 fee does not include the following:
• Special Lighting, Scenery, Dance Floor, Projection Equipment, Sound
Reinforcement or Playback, Costumes.

Forms Required

Student Recital Scheduling Approval (SRSA) and the Concert Equipment Request form (CERF) can be obtained from the Music Department website under departmental forms and opened in Adobe Reader as a Fillable form.