Music practice pass request form

 

PALOMAR COLLEGE

Music Practice Room Pass

Request Form

 

NAME:_______________________________________________

 

PALOMAR COLLEGE ID NUMBER:__________________________

 

MUSIC CLASS(ES):______________________________________

 

INSTRUCTOR:_________________________________________

 

INSTRUCTOR SIGNATURE:_________________________________________

 

SEMESTER:____________________________________________

 

EMAIL:_______________________________________________

 

By my signature below I acknowledge receipt of a copy of and agree to abide by the Palomar College Music Practice Room Rules and Procedures.

 

 

STUDENT SIGNATURE:____________________________________________

 

Pass Issued by:________________________________________

 

Pass number:______________

 

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PRACTICE ROOM RULES AND PROCEDURES

  • PRACTICE ROOM HOURS

Monday thru Thursday:  8:15am to 8:00pm

CLOSED Friday, Saturday, Sunday and all holidays.

  • Outside Practice Passes are green.
  • Inside Practice Passes are orange.
  • Outside practice rooms are open from 8:15am – 4:15pm.
  • A Practice Pass is needed to open practice rooms between 4:15pm and 8:00pm. Contact Campus Police for access during these hours.

Green Practice Passes are for students who are taking at least one music class AND intend to practice between 4:15 and 8:00pm Monday thru Thursday.  The green Practice Pass is for the OUTSIDE practice rooms only.

Orange Practice Passes for students who are enrolled in Applied Music, or DECLARED Music Majors who are enrolled in at least one music class and intend to practice between 4:15 and 8:00pm Monday – Thursday.  The orange practice pass also grants access to the outside practice rooms.

Students enrolled in Applied Music or who are declared Music Majors and are enrolled in at least one music class will be issued a code for the door to the inside practice rooms.  The codes will only work between 8:15am and 4:15pm.  Between 4:15 and 8:00pm contact Campus Police for access.

Steps to obtain a Practice Pass:

  • Fill out a practice pass request. This can be obtained from Tom Daily in the Music Instructional Support Office, from the bin outside room D-16, or online at http://www2.palomar.edu/performingarts/forms/.
  • Bring your driver’s license or ID to the Music Instructional Support Office, Room D-1BB. Call 760-744-1150 extension 2327 for access. You may also put a GOOD photocopy of your ID photo in Tom Daily’s mailbox in D-23.  If you do this, be sure your name is readable and that your Palomar ID number is written on the paper.  For privacy reasons, put these items in a sealed envelope in the D-23 mailbox.
  • Once enrollment is verified, it will take two working days to produce your pass. You can pick it up in D-1BB or it will be given to your instructor to pass onto you.

The music area practice rooms are intended for music practice only.  They are not to be used for any other purpose.

Any inappropriate activity may result in suspension of practice room privileges, and may also result in disciplinary action.

NO FOOD OR BEVERAGES (except bottled water) ARE ALLOWED IN ANY PRACTICE ROOM AT ANY TIME!

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the practice rooms, please contact Tom Daily, Music Area Instructional Support Assistant, in room D-1BB.  Phone number is 760-744-1150 extension 2327.                                                                                                        

 

 

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Thanks for a great season!

Last weekend, Palomar Performing Arts concluded a very successful Spring 2016 performing season. We thank all who supported this fine effort! Pictured are the Palomar Symphony Orchestra and Palomar Chorale in performance of W.A.Mozart’s epic Requiem Mass in D minor, directed by our own faculty members Dr. Ellen Weller and Sally Dean. (Photograph contributed by Performing Arts staffer Thomas G. Daily. Thanks Tom!)

 

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This Friday & Saturday! The Elements of Music: Harmony, Melody, Rhythm and Soul – Part IV: Soul!

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The Elements of Music: Harmony, Melody, Rhythm and Soul Part IV: Soul!

In celebration of W.A. Mozart’s 260th birthday, two classic Palomar performing entities present music of the heart that lifts our spirits and keeps our feet on the ground! Featured is Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D minor, with featured soloists Mary Jaeb, Danielle Perrault, Jon Keenan, Cliff Derix…..don’t miss it!

Directed by Ellen Weller and Sally Husch Dean

Pre-Concert Talk @ 6:15pm by Ellen Weller

Performances Friday, May 13th & Saturday, May 14th, @ 7pm

Howard Brubeck Theatre

Free Bonus Event: Mini Mozart Festival!

Student performances of music by the Salzburg master.

Saturday, May 14, Performance Lab (D10); 2-5pm

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Kids invade costume shop!

Yesterday, a group of children from Palomar’s Early Childhood Education Lab School visited Chelsea Marsh in the Howard Brubeck Theatre’s costume shop. The trip was arranged by a student teacher at the Childhood Development Center. According to Marsh, “They were very interested in the clothes their favorite television and movie characters wear.”

 

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This Sunday, May 1st! Get Your Groove On!

YPO/Get Your Groove On!

Welcome this exciting, exhilarating group of percussionists to the Spring Season as they highlight contemporary and classic compositions with a stage full of traditional and contemporary percussion instruments.

Directed by Heather Barclay

Sunday, May 1st at 2pm.

Performance Lab (D10)

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This Thursday, April 28th! Nathan Hubbard/Skeleton Key Trio!!

Nathan Hubbard/Skeleton Key Trio is Hubbard’s attempt to feature music on his new release (Nathan Hubbard/Skeleton Key Orchestra Furiously Dreaming out May 20th on Orenda Records) without the difficulties of summoning twenty-six plus performers. The Trio will be performing “condensed” versions of pieces written for multiple voices, sometimes this condensing is just the most prominant melody of a section, or the bass line of another. At other points we try and cover all the parts (impossible, but fun). Nathan will be performing with long time collaborators Edward Kornhauser and Harley Magsino.

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This Sunday, April 24th!! Broadway and Beyond!!

BROADWAY AND BEYOND

Palomar Chamber Singers
Join these fine singers in a wide-ranging American retrospective from the early sacred harp songs of William Billings to the contemporary musical theater hits of Irving Berlin, Rogers and Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim and more! 

Directed by Sally Husch Dean
Sunday, 2pm
Howard Brubeck Theatre