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Andrew Litton

Andrew Litton is currently in his fifth season as the first American Music Director of the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra of Norway with whom he has already led several major international tours including the London Proms in August 2007 and several visits to the Vienna Musikverein. Litton brings his Bergen Philharmonic musicians to the United States in the fall of 2007 - with concerts in the major cities of the East Coast including an appearance at New York's Carnegie Hall.

Christopher Seaman, conductor

Abroad, Mr. Seaman appears regularly with such orchestras as the Rotterdam Philharmonic, the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, the Czech Philharmonic, the Bergen Philharmonic and the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra. He has returned regularly to Australia where he has conducted the Sydney and Melbourne symphony orchestras. In the United Kingdom, Mr.

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Degree Recitals

The UMD School of Music presents over 150 student degree recitals each year. These public, mandatory recitals demonstrate advanced musical proficiency and fulfill undergraduate and graduate degree requirements.

2018 - 2019 Degree Recital Scheduling 

Degree Recitals - Student Recital Programs

1. Download and complete the Student Recital Program Template.

It is a Microsoft Word form document. Enter your information into the shaded fields (i.e. name, instrument, program, etc.). Use the tab button to move from field to field. Delete any fields that are not applicable to your performance, such as accompanist or additional instructions (these fields will not print in gray even though they remain gray while on screen).

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