There are hundreds of student concerts and recitals each year at the Boyer College of Music at Temple. You are required to go to a Boyer performance and write a paper about your experience.
It should be at least two full, double spaced pages. Again, you must include a photo of the program and a “Selfie” at the venue. You must include discussion of ALL of the music on the program in your paper.
The concerts take place at various locations on campus, the most frequent being the Temple Performing Arts Center (TPAC) on Broad St. and Rock Hall at Broad and Cecil B. Moore. Some jazz programs also take place in Presser Hall.
To access the Boyer College of Music schedule of events, go to: events.temple.edu/department/boyer-college-of-music-and-dance
FOR ALL CONCERT EVENTS, IT IS NECESSARY FOR YOU TO BRING YOUR TEMPLE ID IN ORDER TO GET STUDENT DISCOUNTS!
Allow plenty of time to get where you are going. Look up the locations of the venues on the internet before you go.
Do a little reading in advance about what you are going to hear. This is easily done via Google and Wikipedia. Also, the concerts all have detailed information in the programs. Try to get to your seat early enough to read the information in the program.
While people often dress up for concerts (it is a popular “date night” activity, after all), what you wear to the concert is NOT important. If you would like to use it as a special event to dress up, that might be fun, but you can go in the same clothes you wear to class. No one will be judging you!