The Undergraduate Student Handbook is a comprehensive guide for all policies and procedures for undergraduate students in the School of Music.
The Graduate Student Handbook is a comprehensive guide for all policies and procedures for graduate students in the School of Music.
The Degree Plan Directory provides more information on choosing your path with the School of Music.
Students who want to change or add a music concentration must submit this form.
This form is used to request a staff pianist for recitals, masterclasses, area workshops, competitions, and other types of performances. See 5.3 Collaborative Piano Services for more information.
The system is used for scheduling juries and ensemble auditions.
Students can use this form to request travel funding. See 5.5 Student Travel in the Student Handbook.
This form must be submitted in order to rent any School of Music instrument or check out a key to lockers or practice rooms.
Applying to Graduate
Undergraduate students who are in their final two semesters of their degree should
visit the College's Apply to Graduate page. Graduate students who are in their final two semesters of their degree should visit
the Graduate School's Graduation Information page.
Live Stream Request Information
Information on how to livestream events through Vimeo.
AV Technology Service Request
Faculty can request AV Technology service, but they must submit this form a minimum of 14 days prior to the event.
The School of Music uses the University's Virtual EMS system for room scheduling. Use the following calendars to view availability.
Recital & Concert Program Information
Information on recital requests and concert program information can be found on 4.1 Recitals of the Student Handbook.
This Gig Board acts as a communication tool to highlight performance opportunities for University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music student musicians. Check the Gig Board for paid opportunities to gain experience and showcase your skills in music.
The University of Memphis and the School of Music are not involved in the actual transaction between posting organizations and students. Musicians represent themselves as independent contractors. We do not control the quality of listings or the ability of students to fill requests. The University of Memphis and the School of Music do not take any financial or legal responsibility for posted gigs.
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