Fellows may request tickets in person, phone, or by email to the Ticket Office, and will be notified of their approved requests and emailed electronic tickets in advance. Fellows must present their e-tickets on their mobile device for admission to these events.
Fellows who are not performing may request a single complimentary e-ticket to concerts and performances at off-campus venues. Order your tickets through the Academy Ticket Office.
Fellows are required to attend their studio’s masterclass. You will be notified about e-ticket distribution when you arrive in June.
FELLOW COMPLIMENTARY TICKETING POLICY
An e-ticket is required for all Music Academy events. E-tickets for these events are scanned upon admittance from your mobile device, and a record of these scans is maintained. If you are unable to attend one of these events, it is important that you notify the Ticket Office at least 24 hours in advance by phone. At the conclusion of the 2022 Summer Festival, any tickets that were neither scanned nor returned (with the exception of masterclass tickets) will incur a $10 penalty from your security deposit.
COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS ISSUED TO YOU ARE FOR YOUR PERSONAL USE ONLY
If you cannot use a complimentary e-ticket you have obtained for a non-masterclass event, please notify the Ticket Office by phone as soon as possible so another person can attend the event. Electronic tickets will be scanned upon entry from your mobile device. You may not give the e-ticket to another person.
$10 COMMUNITY ACCESS TICKETS
In addition to regular-priced tickets, the Academy is pleased to offer a select number of community access e-tickets of $10 each to all performances. Encourage friends and family members who may be visiting during the Festival to inquire about availability of these tickets. Complete details regarding ticket pricing for all events can be found on the Academy’s website.
A NOTE FOR FAMILIES AND VISITORS
Summer Festival performances sell out in advance. Individual tickets will be available in advance of the Festival.
Professional archival audio recordings for many public performances, excluding masterclasses, will be distributed to fellows and teaching artists at the conclusion of the Festival.
These archival recordings are provided for your personal and educational use. Except for select promotional purposes, as outlined below, these recordings are not to be duplicated nor distributed.
In select instances, your own solo and small ensemble performances can be shared publicly online for promotional proposes (but not for paid distribution). Should you want to share any of these recordings online via a personal webpage or personal social media account, you must follow these steps:
- Connect with colleagues and confirm that they are comfortable with the recording of their performances being publicly available.
- For recordings of entire programs, please only share media of your own performances.
- Ensure that posting does not violate copyright laws. You are responsible for securing any rights, if applicable.
- This is especially important for contemporary pieces and arrangements that are not in the public domain. You can learn more about this here: https://bit.ly/Copyright-PostingPerformancesOnline.
- By sharing your performance/s online, you assume copyright responsibility and release the Music Academy from liability for improper use.
If share a recording online, please indicate that the performance was at the Music Academy, Summer 2023. On social media, please tag @musicacademyw.
With any questions, please contact the Innovation Institute at email@example.com.
The Audio Technical Manager may be available to record independent fellow projects in a Music Academy venue. To determine performance hall availability, use the online room request system.
Please contact (name and contact information coming soon), Audio Technical Manager, for availability and rates. Please note that this is a service offered outside of Music Academy curriculum and festival programs.