Spring 2023 Jury Sign-ups (for most areas)
Monday, April 10 – 24, 2023
More information about jury sign-ups provided via email on April 10.
Spring 2023 Jury Dates
Saturday, April 22 4-7pm in MRH 2.614 – Collaborative Piano
Thursday, April 27 and Friday, April 28 (for all other divisions)
Note: No official juries are allowed to occur on the study/no-class days April 25 and 26, 2023
You can find more specific requirements for your jury (such as repertoire, jury sheets, and any other details) on your degree requirements page.
Full Division Faculty Jury (FDFJ)
The following BSOM undergraduate students must submit a Full Division Faculty Jury (FDFJ) Request Form before performing the FDFJ:
- Non-performance majors at the 260a/b/RC level and performing the FDFJ this term, for Recognition Recital consideration should complete and submit the non-performance major FDFJ form by March 22.
- Performance majors at the 312d (or 210d voice performance) level should complete and submit the performance major FDFJ form by April 24.
Request to Postpone a Spring 2023 Jury
If you are/were unable to perform your jury for Spring 2023, contact your performance instructor and division head immediately. You must also explain your need to postpone via email to the appropriate BSOM Director of Undergraduate or Graduate Studies listed below no later than Monday, May 1, 2023.
If you are/were experiencing a health situation or injury, then you must also provide adequate written documentation (from a physician or health/wellness center) along with your request to postpone by the deadline. The undergraduate or graduate director may require additional details from you before making a final decision. If it is impossible for you to provide documentation by the deadline, inform the undergraduate or graduate director; he may require corroboration from your performance instructor to consider extending the deadline for documentation.
Director of Undergraduate Studies (for undergraduate students): Prof. Stephen Page <email@example.com>
Director of Graduate Studies (for graduate students): Prof. Jim Buhler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
IMPORTANT: A request to postpone a Spring 2023 jury, including written documentation as mentioned above, must be made by the May 1, 2023 deadline, or an official postponement may not be granted. A student without an official postponement of the jury will not be advanced to the next performance level and is required to repeat the performance course at the same level. This also affects a student’s final grade for the performance course where jury grades are a portion of the final grade.
For most areas, juries that have been officially postponed will be rescheduled by Stephen Wray (email@example.com) to occur between the 1st and 12th class days of the next long semester; students are typically notified approximately two to three weeks before the postponed jury date.
2022-2023 Performance Division Heads
Prof. Patrick Hughes <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Brass, Wind, Percussion
Prof. Kristin Jensen <email@example.com>, Chamber Music/Collaborative Arts
Prof. John Fremgen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jazz Studies
Prof. Anton Nel <email@example.com>, Keyboard
Prof. Bion Tsang <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Strings
Prof. Tamar Sanikidze <email@example.com>, Vocal Arts