Student Recital Series

The Curtis Institute of Music’s iconic Student Recital Series returns to the stage on Friday, October 15 at 8 p.m. in Gould Rehearsal Hall. Curtis hosts solo and chamber music performances most Mondays and Fridays this fall.


Admission requires advance reservation and is complimentary.

All recitals this fall require a free ticket reservation. Curtis students, families, faculty, and staff have first access to performance registration. Remaining tickets are opened to the public one week prior to each event. Registration will be limited to two tickets per request. Due to the limited capacity, there will be no standing room or walk-up tickets to these events. For a complete listing of the week’s performances and to register for in-person attendance, visit Curtis.edu/Calendar.


The safety of performers, audiences, and staff is of our highest priority.

We are thrilled to welcome limited audiences back to campus this fall. At this time, proof of vaccination and mask compliance is required. Recitals typically last 75 minutes with no intermission. In-person attendance will be limited through December 2021. Visit Curtis.edu/Covid-19 for the latest information.


Experience the incredible artistry and compelling performances from home.

As everyone adjusts to COVID-19 restrictions, we recognize opportunities for in-person attendance are still limited. Those who can’t make it to the live performances can watch the Student Recital Series online. Curtis will stream select recitals on Facebook and YouTube Tuesdays at 7 p.m. from November 2 through December 14. They will be available to view on-demand for 30 days.




The Curtis Institute of Music received funding from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts.


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