The scheduling, promotion and program printing of College of Music events is a coordinated effort between the Scheduling Office and CU Presents. In order to make sure all events are supported correctly, from scheduling to presentation, please navigate through the steps listed on the left.
Please note that Imig Music Building venues are not open for rental by outside groups. If you're interested in renting Macky Auditorium, please call, 303-492-2736.
Below is an outline of the information deadlines for official, publicly promoted College of Music Events. These are final deadlines dictated by the necessary print and work time it takes to create each promotion.
To meet the following promotional deadlines, College of Music events must
Please note: that these deadlines do not include Faculty Tuesday events. Faculty Tuesday deadlines will be communicated directly to presenters by the CU Presents team.
A full-sized poster that folds down to a half-page brochure, listing all of the semester’s events for College of Music.
Deadline for fall semester events: July 1
Deadline for spring semester events: November 1
A full-page ad run every week in the Daily Camera Friday Magazine, during the fall and spring academic semesters, listing the upcoming week’s events.
Deadline: 3 weeks before the event date
There are two outdoor displays at Imig Music where we post event listing posters during the fall and spring academic semesters.
Deadline: 2 months before the event date
Online calendars are featured throughout colorado.edu/music, and also populate colorado.edu/visit
Deadline: 3 weeks before event date*
*Exception: We will post events to the online calendar as soon as they are scheduled (step 1 of above) and will update the event with your promotional information as soon as it is sent to CU Presents.
We post music events to several community calendars, like CPR.org, Boulder County Arts Alliance and Boulder Visitors Center.
Deadline: 3 weeks before event date
Note: Recitals are to be scheduled three or more weeks before your recital. No recitals will be scheduled until payment and completed recital scheduling form are received. No exceptions will be made.
Graduate Students may begin scheduling recitals Aug. 28, 2017.
Undergraduate Students may begin scheduling recitals Sept. 5, 2017.
Recitals may not take place during final exams, school breaks, during Holiday Festival Weekend or on University Holidays. Additionally, if a Faculty Tuesday or Takács Quartet performance is being held in Grusin Music Hall, no recital may take place in the Chamber Hall (C-199). The week prior to final exams is considered Dead Week. No recitals may occur beginning the Monday of Dead Week.
A $100 fee is due at the time of scheduling. This includes programs, marketing, recording, CDs (one for you and one for the library archives), and stage managing as well as a reception space if you choose to use it.
Recitals may be scheduled at venues outside of the College of Music.
Use the links below, fill out the Recital Scheduling Form and obtain all required faculty and dean signatures via DocuSign.
Once form has been signed by all parties (through DocuSign) and payment has been made, the event will go into the college's schedule of events IF the form and payment are completed no more than three weeks prior to the date of the recital.
Copies of your recital recordings are required for archival purposes.
If your recital will be held in Grusin Music Hall or Chamber Hall (C-199), use the link below to fill out the Recital Audio Recording Request.
After completing all steps, please bring the Recital Recording Request (only if in Grusin or C-199), Recital Staging Request and fee to E-172.
Note: No date will be held without signed forms and full payment!
See the information to the left ("Step 3: Create your printed program") for building and printing your program.
Note: Signing up for a recital does not automatically sign out a reception space. You must reserve the reception room using the online scheduling website.
The scheduling office must be notified by email at email@example.com if a recital needs to be cancelled so that it can be removed from marketing materials and others can use the space. If the recital is off-campus, the venue must also be notified.
A $50 fee will be charged for cancelling your recital within 60 days.
Faculty should use this form for scheduling all guest artist events. PLEASE NOTE: No guest artist recitals are permitted in the month of April.
College of Music only schedules and promotes official college events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your scheduling request.
Major College of Music events (including Faculty Tuesdays and student ensemble performances) are scheduled by committee each year. Please contact Devin Welch at email@example.com for more information.
If you are using a venue outside of the Imig Music building for your official event, you will still need to schedule it with the College of Music in order to have it promoted.
For classroom and conference room reservations only College of Music faculty, staff, and students will be able to access the room schedules.
Note: You will be notified in approximately two business days from your first login that you have been granted access to view College of Music rooms. Only College of Music faculty, staff and students will be able to access the room schedules.
For all other requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: CU Presents only promotes events open to the public and officially sanctioned by the College of Music, once they have been scheduled with the College of Music Scheduling Office (see "Schedule your event" to the left). If you have questions about whether this includes or excludes your event, please email: email@example.com.
After your concert has been scheduled and confirmed, you will receive an email with this same link as well as the deadline for submission of your event. The description and performer list for your Faculty Tuesday can be submitted at the link below.
For this with Faculty Tuesday concerts in Fall 2016, the deadline to submit your information is May 31, 2016.
Note: Completed Microsoft Word document must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 3 weeks prior to your recital! If you fail to meet this deadline, programs will NOT be printed and your program information will NOT be marketed by the College of Music.
Note: Completed Microsoft Word document must be emailed to email@example.com no later than three weeks prior to your guest’s recital! If you fail to meet this deadline, programs will NOT be printed and their program information will NOT be marketed by the College of Music.
For faculty and large ensemble performances, all final content including program details, program notes and performer bios, should be submitted to the CU Presents team three weeks prior to the event date. We are working towards having an online form to make submitting content more convenient, but currently we are emailing the primary contact person from the scheduling entry with information of how and where to send the content.
If you are the primary person in charge of putting together the program for an event and have not received a reminder email from the CU Presents Publication assistan or another member of the CU Presents staff three weeks prior to your event, please contact Laima Haley.
Please note: These Promotional material templates are a resource currently available to faculty presenters only, presenting official College of Music events. If you have questions whether this applies to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can promote your event on the digital sign in the Grusin lobby. We’ve created a template for you to design a slide for the Imig digital sign using PowerPoint. Follow the instructions and send your PowerPoint slide (.ppt file - NOT .pptx) to Jessie Bauters email@example.com at least two weeks in advance of your event to have it included in the slide show.
Please note: You should begin your project at least 4 weeks before your required delivery date.
Choose, from the examples below, the kind of material you would like to produce. Then select "Quote" to go to the 48HourPrint website, where you can enter the quantity you need and receive a quote on the production cost. You do not have to use 48HourPrint, however, we do suggest it for its low cost, quality and ease of service.
From the files below, choose the type of material you want to print. There are Adobe Design files for those with the design software, but there are also Power Point templates. Please do not alter any of the branding on the templates; it has been locked to prevent editing.
You are more than welcome to hire your own designer, though CU Presents suggests using Mark Schroder of Purple Sage Design. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit purplesagedesign.com. External designers must hold to the CU Boulder style guide. CU Boulder Style and Branding Guide
Once you or your designer have completed your materials, send the original files to email@example.com. CU Presents will review your materials and may make suggested design edits, at your approval, to produce the best possible materials for you.
CU Presents will return to you printer-ready files of your design piece. Select "Print" from the table below; you will then be taken step by step through the ordering process with 48HourPrint.
|Media||Power Point Templates||Adobe Templates|
|11"x17" poster||.ppt download||QUOTE|
|8.5"x11" flyer||.ppt download||.pdf download||QUOTE|
|4"x6" postcard||.ppt download||.pdf download||QUOTE|
|3.5"x8" flyer||.ppt download||.pdf download||QUOTE|