Tew Recital Hall

— For recital and concert reservations please follow the steps at the bottom of this page —

Calendars



Tew Recital Hall


Organ Hall


UNCG Auditorium


Tew Recital Hall Atrium


Organ Hall Atrium


Organ Hall Rotunda

Off Campus Events


Combined Calendars


Bookings and Reservation form



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Combined Calendars


Bookings and Reservation form


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Dean's Conference Room (220J)

CVPA Information Kiosk (216)


Lower Lobby (by Computer Lab)

Combined Calendars


Bookings and Reservation form

Practice Room Guidelines

  • If at all possible, do not practice in the building. Seek out larger and safer places. Consider practicing at home if this is an option.
  • Music stands are not provided. Students should bring their own.
  • There may be only one (1) person in a room at a time.
  • Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. 
  • Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) hours per day.
  • Upon arriving and leaving students are required to clean and disinfect all surfaces, paying close attention to the keyboard, door handles, chair, and piano bench. Close the door behind you when you leave. (See information below regarding proper cleaning procedure for keyboards.)
  • All rooms must be reserved in advance. Bookings may be made a maximum of two weeks in advance. Additional times will be made available weekly on Monday mornings.
  • Practice rooms may be reserved between 6:00 am and 11:00 pm. Assume an empty practice room has been reserved.
  • Availability has been offset by one half hour to allow for air exchange throughout the practice area.

Reservation Instructions

  1. Choose a grouping of rooms below (106, 107, 108, 109, or V-Tech Rooms).
  2. Within each section, click individual room names along the left column to view availability. The combined calendar to the right may be used as a guide.
  3. Select an available slot by clicking the gray box on the date and time you wish to reserve.
  4. Click “Save” in the dialog box to formally reserve your time. An email confirmation will be generated and the practice session will be added to your UNCG Google Calendar.
  5. If you have reserved a practice room and are no longer able to use it, please release the hold by clicking “No” in your email confirmation (see below) or by simply deleting/canceling the event in your iSpartan Google Calendar. This will return the slot to the room schedule and allow another student to reserve it.
    Practice Room Reservation

Please carefully read ALL Practice Room Guidelines.

Practice Room Map

Practice Rooms 106

Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) sessions per day. 


Practice Rooms 107

Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) sessions per day. 


Practice Rooms 108

Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) sessions per day. 


Practice Rooms 109

Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) sessions per day. 

V-Tech Practice Rooms

Keys for reserved V-Tech Practice Rooms may be checked out from the College of Visual and Performing Arts Office (Music 220, Monday–Friday, 9:00 AM–4:00 PM) using your SpartanCard.

Practice sessions are limited to one (1) hour maximum. Practice rooms must be vacant for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for air exchange. Individual practice time will be restricted to a maximum of four (4) sessions per day. 


Recital and Concert Reservation and Registration Procedures


Step 1: Bookings and Reservation Form

All 4 steps of Recital and Concert Reservation and Registration process should be completed in order and AT LEAST one month prior to the desired performance date. Any deviation from these steps may lead in a delay or denial of your event, so plan accordingly.

  • Consult the calendar at the top of this page for available dates and times. Please keep in mind that there may be a hold on a date that does not show on the main Calendar of Events due to pending jury and/or materials deadline. However, all tentative recitals will show on the individual hall calendars.
  • Students should first clear recital dates and times with teachers, appropriate committees, accompanists, other participants, and family.
  • All recitals, rehearsals and concerts to be scheduled in the Music Halls must be booked through via the CVPA – School of Music – Bookings and Reservation Form. Please review the booking guidelines in “When may recitals and concerts be scheduled?” (below) carefully before completing the form.
  • Please select at least three (3) possible dates.
  • Bookings and Reservation form submissions will be sent automatically to the School of Music Hall Manager. Responses for concert, recital, or rehearsal requests will be made in a timely manner, usually within three business days. Emailed reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis according to time of delivery.
  • All recitals, with the exception of those starting at 7:30 p.m., should be no longer than 75 minutes, including intermission. There is likely to be a recital following these times and the Stage Crew must be able to reset the halls (i.e. clean-up and stage changes).
  • Requests for any other special events in Music Building must be made through Hall Manager Dennis Hopson. Concerts and rehearsals in UNCG Auditorium must be booked through James Goins, Technical Director at UNCG Auditorium.

When may recitals and concerts be scheduled?

For Academic Year 2020/2021, all recitals will be booked in Tew Recital Hall. There will be no Organ Hall recital bookings for Academic Year 2020/2021.

General Recital Booking Guidelines for Academic Year 2020/2021

Recital Type Days and Times Allowed
Non-degreeTuesday–Thursday: 5:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday: 11:30 am
351-level required recitals
Music Education recital
Tuesday–Thursday: 5:30 pm
Friday: 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday: 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:30pm
451/651/751-level required recitalsTuesday–Thursday: 5:30 pm
Friday: 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday: 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm
Faculty/Guest Artist/Alumni Recitals
Faculty-Led Chamber Events
Tuesday–Thursday: 5:30 pm
Friday: 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday: 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 7:30 pm

All other events are subject to booking approval.

Dress Rehearsal Time in Tew Recital Hall and Organ Hall

Due to the increased number of events and classes in Tew Recital Hall this academic year, all rehearsal time will be scheduled in the Organ Hall with the exception of up to one (1) hour to be scheduled in Tew Recital Hall, depending on the type of recital presented (see below).

Recital TypeRehearsal Locations and Time
Recital appearances
(15 minutes of music or less)
30 minutes Organ Hall (warm-up in Tew Recital Hall only)
Half recital (approximately 30 minutes music)1 hour Organ Hall (warm-up in Tew Recital Hall only)
Full recital (Undergraduate)1 hour Organ Hall
1 hour Tew Recital Hall
Full recital (MM)3 hours Organ Hall
1 hour Tew Recital Hall
Full recital (DMA)5 hours Organ Hall
1 hour Tew Recital Hall

Please Note – Booking preference will be given to students who are preparing for upcoming recital events over those who are booking the halls for personal use purposes. Every effort will be made to accommodate as many requests as physically possible; however, please remember space will be limited during mid-to-late portions of both Fall and Spring semester. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding with this situation.

If you have questions about booking your recital/events in Tew Recital Hall or rehearsal time, please contact Dennis Hopson (Music 167, 336.334.5164).

Live-Streaming

Seating for concert patrons in Tew Recital Hall will be limited due to social distancing measures. In order to maximize potential audiences and stay connected with families, all recital events will be live streamed via CVPA Live.

Audiences

Under Executive Order 163, North Carolina moves to Safer At Home Phase 2.5 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions at 5:00 pm on Friday, September 4. As such, recital audiences must be limited to no more than twenty-five (25) patrons.

Recital Programs

In an effort to reduce contact, recital programs will be made available online (PDF) for those who would prefer to view them on a tablet or smartphone. Ten (10) printed copies will be provided to the recital presenter for archival purposes.



Step 2: Recital Jury

All 4 steps of Recital and Concert Reservation and Registration process should be completed in order and AT LEAST one month prior to the desired performance date. Any deviation from these steps may lead in a delay or denial of your event, so plan accordingly.

  • A jury examination to approve the presentation of a student recital must be passed at least ONE MONTH PRIOR to the scheduled performance date. Recitals scheduled during the month of January must be juried prior to or on Reading Day (jury day) of the preceding Fall Semester. A recital cannot be presented nor will it be advertised on the Concerts and Events Calendar until the recital jury is passed. Instructor verification of the successful completion of your jury will be within the Recital Registration form (see Step 4); this will serve as your electronic Jury Approval Form.



Step 3: Recital Programs

All 4 steps of Recital and Concert Reservation and Registration process should be completed in order and AT LEAST one month prior to the desired performance date. Any deviation from these steps may lead in a delay or denial of your event, so plan accordingly.

  • Complete your program in the appropriate Word template (see below), get your instructor’s approval of the document, and make any suggested edits BEFORE submitting your finalized, approved program through the Recital Registration Form (see Step 4).
  • We will no longer require timings for individual pieces to be incorporated into the programs. Please enter the duration for each piece performed in the Recital Registration Form.

Instructions for Completing Program Template

  1. Please choose the appropriate Program Template (see below).
  2. Consult the Style Guide below if you have formatting questions.
  3. When creating the recital program and translation documents using the provided templates, do not spend an inordinate amount of time on formatting. Get everything as closely as you can and the School of Music staff member will fix the rest.  Please, do NOT add formatting to the documents.
  4. Tabs have been preset in the templates. After you’ve entered the title, tab to the right margin to add the composer information. Adding/Inserting tables, indentation, bullet points, outline numbers, etc., merely slows down the process of creating the merged program document.
  5. Check your program for accuracy. Correct spelling, dates, and placement of accent marks are your responsibility.
  6. Send a draft to your studio professor for approval BEFORE submitting it online! You will not receive a draft before your recital.

Program Style Guide:

  • Enter the full title of each work, including key, opus number, and year of composition.
  • Enter the full name of each composer with birth and death years.
  • Include catalog numbers: “BWV” numbers for J.S. Bach; “K” numbers for Mozart; “D” numbers for Schubert; etc.
  • Indent movements or song titles within a cycle/set.
  • If a work is multi-movement and those movements are not titled, please provide the tempo marking rather than a numeral.
  • Spell out key signatures: C-sharp, B-flat
  • “Major” is capitalized, “minor” should be lower case
  • Create space where applause is expected or encouraged.
  • Indicate an intermission, if one is desired.
  • Credit guest musicians on both the cover page and in the program order. This does not include your accompanist.

Translations Guide (for Voice Programs):

  • Intentional space for stanzas, if desired.
  • Proper grammar, spelling, orthographs of the text. (Correct diacritical markings, etc.)
  • Keep foreign language text in the left column and English translations in the If you are including text for songs in English, keep the lyrics in the right column.
  • DO NOT line up the text except to indicate a break in stanza or to indicate space between songs/cycles.
  • Send a draft to your studio professor for approval BEFORE submitting it online! You will not receive a draft before your recital.

Program Templates



Step 4: Recital Registration Form and Fee

All 4 steps of Recital and Concert Reservation and Registration process should be completed in order and AT LEAST one month prior to the desired performance date. Any deviation from these steps may lead in a delay or denial of your event, so plan accordingly.

    • After completing Steps 1-3, please complete the Recital Registration Form. Within this form, your jury approval form will be managed (if applicable), and programs will be submitted for printing.
    • Special staging requirements will be captured within this form. Use of fortepiano and harpsichord requires permission from Dr. Andrew Willis. Use of the portative requires permission from Dr. Bill Young.

Recital fees have been waived for Fall 2020. A decision regarding Spring 2020 fees will be made in the coming months. Check this page for updates.



Accompanist Request

Online Accompanist Request Form – for recitals, masterclass, competitions, auditions


Program Templates