Presently, some official forms are available online for printing, which can then be filled out and taken to the Department Office for processing. If you don't see the form you need linked here, please go to the Department Office for further instructions.
Nightingale Concert Hall Performance Reservations
Instructions for reserving the Hall can be found on the Nightingale Conert Hall Reservations page.
Music Performance Program File Upload
UNR Students and faculty who have upcoming public recital performances can upload their program files to the Department of Music Web site. Doing so enables the information to be publicized through the Department of Music's Events Calendar. To use this upload service, your program file needs to be in the Adobe 'pdf' format.
Deadlines for Scholarship Applications and Audition CD & DVDs:
(Please note: if not auditioning in person, the department needs the audio materials by the deadline date.)
- December 31, 2012 - Continuing Students
- February 15, 2013 - Freshmen and Transfer Students
The audio materials should be sent
(Freshmen and transfer students: Notice that audition dates are before the application deadline, so call now to reserve your audition date and time). Applications are available from your high school music director or counselor, the UNR Department of Music or online:
Alternative Method: forms to download, print and send by US mail:
- Freshman & Transfer Student Music Scholarship Application (2013 - 2014)
- Continuing Student Scholarship Application (2013 - 2014 - Deadline 12/26/2012)
- Graduate Scholarship Application (2013 - 2014)
- Graduate Assistantship Application (2013 - 2014)
Music Minor Registration Form
Students majoring in subject areas other than music may minor in music by completing 20 credits in one of two available programs. The College of Liberal Arts will grant approval for these music minors. Forms are available in the Department of Music, CFA 132.
L-Cubed Performance Series
In the fall semester, the Department of Music and Department of Art join together for a free, weekly music and art series called L-Cubed. It's open to the public and is a good way for music and art students, as well as faculty to be creative in front of a small audience. To apply for performing in the Series, complete the L-Cubed Audition Form and email to Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio.
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