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Recitals

Snow Emergency: Note changes to the recital schedule for January 29*

Senior Recitals, Fall 2021

Saturday, December 4

1:00pm Emily Obenauer

3:00pm Keith So

7:00pm Amanda Spratt

Sunday, December 5

11:00am Antonio Morra

1:00pm Mackenzie Miller and Teresa Sweeney

5:00pm Nicholas Napier

Saturday, December 11

3:00pm Melissa Smith

5:00pm Annie Pascale

7:00pm Jacob Ford

Sunday December 12

1:00pm Katherine Vilardi

 

Senior Recitals, Spring 2022

Saturday, January 22

1:00pm Ryan Barry

3:00pm Melanie Katz and Gaia Hutcheson

5:00pm Ryan Haupt

Saturday, January 29 – *note new dates

Joseph Gibbs and Alexandria Rudolph – rescheduled to Sunday, January 30, 5:30pm

Stephen Perry – rescheduled to Saturday, February 5, 7:00pm

Zach Lohrman – rescheduled to Sunday, February 6, 5:00pm

Adrian Camano – rescheduled to Sunday, February 6, 7:00pm

Sunday, May 1

12:00pm  Sungryung Kim (Junior Recital)

Sunday, May 15

4:00pm Julia Duggan (new date!)

The Sophomore Recital of Mikayla Delano will be rescheduled


Tuesday Afternoon Recital Series, Fall 2021

Tuesday, November 16th

Zahary Lohrmann, horn

Jerome McGady, voice

Stephen Perry, tuba

Mark Squindo, voice

Alexis Cherby, bassoon

Tuesday, November 23rd

Terence Odonkor, saxophone

Cassandra Petrich, horn

Hannah Stratton, voice

Theresa Sweeney, clarinet

TCNJ Woodwind Quintet

Dani Hecht, voice

Emily Obenaour, voice

Tuesday, November 30th

Delany Bogusz, voice

Giovanni Delgado, tuba

Cesar Gonzalez, saxophone

Mackenzie Miller, oboe

TCNJ Bassoon Ensemble

Cassidy Leonardis, voice

TCNJ Brass Quintet

Megan Sholette, voice

Tuesday, December 7th

Julia Duggan, flute

Colin Beyers, horn

Marlaina Burg, clarinet

Kaitlyn Canneto, saxophone

Peter Corso, voice

Jayden Fusco, saxophone

Madison Kaminsky, voice

Josh Laude, percussion

Tuesday Recital procedures


Sophomore Recitals

Typically held the 3rd to the last Wednesday of each semester.

  • Contact the Department Chair to schedule your date/time.
  • Programs are the responsibility of the student recitalists. Submit them to the Music Office at least one week prior to your recital for photocopying.
  • Ushers (2) are the responsibility of the recitalist.
  • Recitals are free and open to the public

Senior Recitals

Students should consult the Student Handbook for full details on the senior recital.

  • The office will email each student with details on how to submit their recital program information 4-6 weeks prior to the recital date.
  • Four weeks prior to the recital date, recitalists must submit their program to the Music Office.
  • Program notes are the responsibility of the recitalist. Students should consult with their studio instructor on content and format.
  • Arrangements for accompanists are the responsibility of the performer.
  • Students should consult with their studio instructor and the Student Handbook regarding proper attire.
  • Receptions are not permitted. The lobby should be used for greeting guests and taking pictures after the recital.
  • Ushers (2) are the responsibility of the recitalist.
  • Recitals are free and open to the public.