Applied, Recitals & Chamber


Applied Music

Teacher Assignment Forms will be e-mailed in early August.  Completed Teacher Assignment Forms must be returned to the Performance Office (rm 107) by September 27, 2019.

Undergraduate students not required to take Applied Lessons for their degree program (3rd & 4th year Comprehensive, Composition and History/Theory), but wish to continue on with lessons, need to complete an Optional Applied Lessons form found on the Registrar’s Office’s SharePoint page.  Completed forms are due to the Registrar’s Office by July 15.

Applied Music Information (Juries, Recitals, Grading, Code of Conduct, etc.) can be found on the Performance Office’s SharePoint

Interested in transferring to Performance (Classical or Jazz)?  Please read pgs 12 & 13 of the Applied Music Information document on the Performance Office’s SharePoint

2018/19 Comment/Grade sheets for Applied Music, Recitals and Juries can be obtained as follows:

Undergraduate: after June 3rd, e-mail reception.music@utoronto.ca
Masters: after June 3rd, e-mail gradadmin.music@utoronto.ca
*Please note that e-mail requests will only be accepted from utoronto e-mail addresses.
*Be sure your request includes your full name.

Accompanist List 2018-2019b

Recitals

Student Recitals as of May 23

The full recital schedule is posted outside the Performance Office.

Recitals required for Undergraduate and Masters students for their degree will be scheduled by the Performance Office and posted in mid/late-October.  Requests for recital date changes must be made by petition.
Masters Students should refer to the Masters Recital Scheduling and Deferrals document (pg 14 of the Applied Music Information document on the Performance Office’s SharePoint).

DMA students should book their recital date with the Performance Office directly.

Be sure to read all materials relevant to your degree for recital requirements and regulations.

Optional recitals, for students not required by their program, must be coordinated by the student.

McConica Steinway and Harpsichords Policy for Use in Walter Hall

Receptions:

Due to the large number of recitals and concerts going on back to back, receptions during recital intermissions are not allowed. Post-recital receptions are only permitted on the third floor of the Edward Johnson Building (no alcohol permitted) or at an off-site facility (eg. Restaurant, pub, etc.). There are no exceptions to this policy.

Dress Rehearsals:

Starting Tuesday, January 8, 2019:  All dress rehearsals are booked through the Performance Office, rm 107, in-person, on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Dress rehearsals are one hour in length for Undergraduate, ACP & Artist Diploma (except percussion) and two hours in length for Masters, if available.

Venues:

Chamber Music 2018/2019 (PMU191-491Y1 & MUS4710/1H)

BrassJeffrey Reynolds

StringsAnnalee Patipatanakoon

WoodwindsEric Hall

SaxophoneWallace Halladay

PercussionAiyun Huang

Viol Consort: Joëlle Morton

Chainsaw: Gregory Oh

Hybrid: Andrew Downing

Faculty of Music Competitions:

2019 UTSO Concerto Competition Winners

  • Christopher Chan, Cello (student of Shauna Rolston Shaw)
  • Michelle Lin, Piano (student of Lydia Wong)
  • Kyle Orlando, Trombone (student of Vanessa Fralick)
  • Jennifer Tran, Alto Saxophone (student of Wallace Halladay)

Previous Winners of the UTSO Concerto Competition

2019 WINDS Concerto Competition Winners

  • Christopher Jones, Saxophone (student of Wallace Halladay)
  • Karisyg Saxophone Quartet (Samuel Chen, Sydney Chiu, Christopher Jones, Jesse Ma) (students of Wallace Halladay and Chelsea Shanoff)

2019 DMA Recital Competition Winner

  • Bryn Blackwood, piano