Recital and Event Scheduling

Music Students

To schedule any recital, regardless of location, degree program, or performance medium, students must fill out the Recital Scheduling Form. Students will be scheduled in the following order: DMA, MM, PC, BM, and BA. BA recitals are elective and must only occur in the fall semester; exceptions can only be made by the Department Head. The final deadline to schedule a recital for the Fall 2019 semester is 4:00pm on Wednesday, April 24, 2019.

 

 

At least two weeks prior to the recital date, the student is responsible for completing the Production Form. This form provides the Production Manager, Kirk Matson, with necessary details about the event and repertoire. If you would like to have texts and translations included as a program insert, they must be submitted as a Word document directly to rebecca.rumbo@uconn.edu and kirk.matson@uconn.edu at least two weeks in advance.

 

Ensemble Directors

At least two weeks prior to the concert date, please complete the Production Form. This form provides the Production Manager, Kirk Matson, with necessary details about the event and repertoire. If you would like to have texts and translations included as a program insert, they must be submitted as a Word document directly to rebecca.rumbo@uconn.edu and kirk.matson@uconn.edu at least two weeks in advance.

 

Student Groups

To schedule a performance or event in von der Mehden or the Music Building, please contact kirk.matson@uconn.edu and music@uconn.edu for availability.

 

von der Mehden Recital Hall Facility Use Agreement

For the duration of the reservation period, the reserving organization will be held responsible and liable for any damages to von der Mehden Recital Hall facilities and/or equipment caused by the reserving organization, its guests, participants, staff and vendors. A designated contact person is required to assume responsibility for any event and must be present during the event.

All catering arrangements are to be made by the reserving organization with prior approval from von der Mehden Recital Hall Director. All food and beverages must be removed at the conclusion of the event by the reserving organization. The designated contact person must assume responsibility for both set-up and clean up.

No food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium or onstage. Use of food and beverages is restricted to the Green Room and to the Main Lobby. Alcohol is not permitted on the premises.

No set-building or -painting is permitted on the premises. 

No lit candles or open flame is permitted on the premises. 

Tap dancing is not allowed on stage. 

No Fog, Haze or Bubble machine usage permitted on the premises.

No equipment or instruments can be removed from the premises.

A minimum of one von der Mehden Recital Hall Manager will be in attendance to provide access to the facility and to assist with basic audio/visual requirements. It is the responsibility of the reserving organization to otherwise provide staffing for their event (i.e. ushers, box office, security, set-up/clean-up, tech, etc). It is the responsibility of the reserving organization to provide any audio/visual requirements beyond that provided by von der Mehden Recital Hall with prior approval of von der Mehden Recital Hall Director.

The Music Department Head reserves the right to deny the use of von der Mehden Recital Hall to departments, persons or organizations that fail to observe these policies.

Events Schedule