Scheduling Degree Recitals
Students enrolled in Junior Recital, Senior Recital, or Graduate Recital may schedule their degree recital in Hinton Hall.
Step 1: Faculty member completes the Degree Recital Request Form.
Step 2: Todd Seage will communicate directly with the faculty member to confirm the degree recital date and time.
Step 3: Students work with their applied instructor to prepare their program draft. Be sure to follow the Concert Program Procedures.
Student Recital Hour
Student Recital Hour is held on Thursdays at 11:30 in Hinton Hall.
Step 1: Student completes the Student Recital Hour Request Form at least ONE WEEK prior to the performance date requested.
Step 2: Todd Seage will communicate directly with the student and applied faculty member to confirm the Student Recital Hour performance.
Faculty who are concerned about a student may submit a School of Music Academic Alert. The Director will meet individually with each student to discuss issues and create a plan for improvement.
Faculty members may submit an Academic Alert by completing this form.
Request Facilities in the School of Music
Tom Naylor Memorial Solo Artist Competition
Open to MTSU students currently studying voice, keyboard, strings, brass, woodwinds, and percussion instruments. Cash prizes awarded.
- Prepared Piano Policy
- Class Piano Information
- Large Ensemble Audition Information
- Jury Sheets
- Brass Jury Back (PDF)
- Wind Instrument Checkout Form - Please fill out online before printing.
- String Instrument Checkout Form
- Waiver of Liability
The Middle Tennessee State University School of Music is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of all musicians who participate in academic or performance related activities. We makes a comprehensive effort to proactively educate, assist, and protect all students, staff, faculty, and guests in health-related issues. For musicians, this includes:
- Healthy approaches to private lessons and ensemble rehearsals that include appropriate technical exercises and clear information regarding the safe utilization of the muscles and bones associated with specific music production.
- Facilities and equipment that are safe and instruction on proper handling of all equipment or instruments.
- Consideration of volume levels in practice and performance spaces, with acoustical treatments for sonic mediation as needed for hearing protection.
- Rigorous academic and performance curricula with clear expectations within an affirming environment to help ensure student success.
- Genuine concern for the wellbeing and equality of each individual, regardless of gender, race, creed, nationality, religious affiliation, or sexual preference.
- While the MTSU School of Music strives to foster and maintain healthy practices and environments, the faculty, and staff are not trained medical professionals. When appropriate, referrals will be made to appropriate MTSU staff or faculty, or to highly trained professionals off campus.