For Current Students

Current students may find forms here for registration; information on opportunities such as internships, scholarships, and grants; and other useful reference materials.


Information for Non-Majors

Ensemble Auditions


Jury Forms

Recitals and Performance

  • Pre-Recital Form
    • Pre-hearings for recitals must be completed 2 weeks before the scheduled recital date. Your recital date is not confirmed if you have not completed and passed your pre-hearing. If you do not pass, you will need to schedule another pre-hearing and fill out another recital form with a new date. You must complete the Recital Form prior to filling out the Pre-Hearing form. 
  • Recital Form Instructions
    • Once you have filled out the Recital Form, the Academic Affairs Coordinator and your Applied Lesson Instructor must fill out the form, confirming you are enrolled in either APPL 416 or APPL 418. Please allow 48 business hours for the Academic Affairs Coordinator and your Applied Lesson Instructor to sign the form. After they have signed the form, you will receive an email notification from Docusign, at which point you should meet with Curt Blankenship to reserve a date and time for your recital.
      Note, Curt will not schedule a recital date for you until you have received notification that both the Academic Affairs Coordinator and Applied Lesson Instructor have signed.
  • Recital Form
    • Recital Forms are used for Junior and Senior Recitals. Your Recital Form must be completed before you fill out the Pre-Recital Hearing form. You will need the following information before filling out the form: Applied Lesson Teacher, Area Coordinator, jurors and accompanists. 
  • Special Recital Form
    • Special Recitals are for Music majors who have approval form their area coordinator and applied lesson teacher. These recitals cannot exceed 60 mins and are held Monday-Friday in the Recital Hall.   
    • Special Recitals must be completed in the first 8 weeks of the semester. 
  • Program Preparation

Jazz Studies

Music Education

Student Health and Wellness

Learn about ways for musicians to prevent injuries.

University Health & Safety Resources


Student Research Grants

The VCU Department of Music Student Research Grant Program is designed to support scholarship and creative expression that advances knowledge and understanding in the field of music. Students may present at professional conferences, perform at summer institutes and festivals, publish work, and the like.