As members of the Alumni Network, all alumni have access to a broad array of benefits.
Transcripts Request transcripts to be sent to employers or educational institutions. Curtis supplies transcripts for alumni at a cost of $5 per transcript. Transcripts are mailed within one week of payment, made by check or credit card.
Online Directory Alumni have access to a private, searchable online directory. Look for a former classmate or fellow alumni in your area. Update your own contact information there, too.
Freelance Directory Make a request to be added to a list of regional freelance musicians.
Mentorship Coffee Ask about meeting an alumnus in your area, or with similar skills, over a cup of coffee.
Curtis Archives Visit the Curtis Archives online to access digital scans of Overtones, programs, and admissions catalogs, as well as special digital exhibitions.
Practice Rooms Alumni are welcome to practice at Curtis, subject to availability, whether you live nearby or are just in town for a day. Contact the registrar, Darin Kelly, for more information.
Recording Subject to availability, alumni may take advantage of our state-of-the-art recording facilities for audio or video use. Curtis waives the space-rental fee for recording sessions for alumni, and recording services are available at a special alumni discount. Contact Nan Alderson, director of facility operations, for more information.
Performances Alumni wishing to rent Curtis facilities for performances and events should contact Anna Matheson, director of special events, for date availability and information about alumni discount rental rates.
Complimentary Tickets Alumni are entitled to complimentary tickets, when available, to Curtis Symphony Orchestra, Curtis Opera Theatre, and Curtis On Tour performances. Please contact Erica Warburg, patron services manager, for availability.
Campus Tour Show your friends and family around Curtis! Contact us to set up a tour.
Library Privileges Alumni who live within approximately a 50-mile radius may have borrowing privileges at the John de Lancie Library in the Milton L. Rock Resource Center with a deposit of $100. For borrowers who move out of the area, library deposits are refunded when all materials have been returned and all fines paid. The library provides a public scanning/printing station at no cost. Copies of student recitals are held on site; alumni are permitted to make copies of recitals in which they performed.