at 2624 W 18th St, Lubbock, 79409 United States
Live A/V streaming of all Hemmle Events is provided by the TTU Recording Studio and is accessible here: http://www.youtube.com/ttuschoolofmusic .
Hemmle Recital Hall is the primary performance space of the Texas Tech University School of Music. Dedicated in 1977 and renamed in 1979 after Dr. Gene Hemmle, chairman of the Music Department from 1949-1973, the 541-seat hall is home to over 200 concerts and recitals throughout the year. The Zeta Sigma Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia has a long history of devotion to Hemmle Recital Hall, having volunteered many hours to maintenance and operation of the hall since its opening. In January 2012, the School of Music hired an additional staff member to acquire the position of Hemmle Recital Hall Manager. Expanding upon Sinfonia's tradition of dedication and service, the current Hemmle Crew student workforce consists of fourteen students, listed below. An asterisk indicates membership in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Crew members are identifiable by name tags, should you need assistance during a performance. Sean Anderson, Crew Chief Katie Morris, Assistant Crew Chief Courtney Hood, Assistant Crew Chief Clark Preston, Assistant Crew Chief Eddie Allen Devon Curtis Madeline Garcia Karisma Mendoza Ross Reinhart Meagan Spencer Tiffany Sumrow Mia Zamora ************ Hemmle Crew Mission Statement: TTU Hemmle Crew is committed to carrying out and promoting the mission of the TTU School of Music by setting the standard in professionalism and service. It is our priority to ensure the most positive performance experiences for our students, faculty, and patrons through diligent efforts both on and off the stage. It is our duty to maintain clean, safe, and accessible performance space and equipment at all times. We take pride in our service to others and our support of the performing arts. ************ TTU School of Music Mission Statement: The Texas Tech University School of Music provides a professional environment that stimulates the highest standards of excellence in music education, research, performance, creativity, and service. ************ Parking: Patrons may park in the "Band Lot" (Lot R11). Parking is free on weekends and after 8:00 PM on weekdays; however, the Park and Pay System must be utilized on weekdays before 8:00 PM. Parking fees M-F are $1.50/hour. For more information about Texas Tech University's Park and Pay System, click the following link: http://www.parking.ttu.edu/students/park-pay-system. Parking Services may be visible at the Band Lot entrance to facilitate parking at larger events and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. The School of Music is not responsible for parking tickets received. ************ Photography & Recording Devices: On behalf of our performers, we ask that you refrain from using flash photography, still or video cameras and/or audio recording devices, except as explicitly authorized, during any performance in Hemmle Recital Hall. Unauthorized use is an infringement of TTU copyright policy, impedes our broadcast and recording, and represents a safety hazard for performers. Additionally, it is a distraction to those around you. We sincerely appreciate your consideration. ************ Cell Phones: Please ensure that your cell phone is silenced during the performance. A ringing cell phone and the glow of a phone screen in a dark performance hall can be extremely distracting to those sitting near you, not to mention extremely disrespectful to the performers who wish to share their music with you. If you really must check your phone, please step out of the recital hall during intermission to do so. Some performing groups may at times specifically request patron support and interaction via social media outlets during a performance. Patrons wishing to participate are asked to sit in the balcony to avoid distracting patrons not participating. The request for social media participation during a performance will be made prior to the start of the event. If you have questions or need clarification regarding use of cell phones or other electronic devices, ask an usher at the door. ************ Entrances to the Hall: Hemmle Recital Hall has two public entrances. If you arrive after the performance has begun, our ushers will kindly direct you to the upstairs entrance and ask that you sit in the balcony seating. This is to avoid distracting performers and other patrons. ************ Food and Drink: Unlike a movie theater, there is no food or drink allowed in Hemmle Recital Hall. Ushers will be more than happy to mark your drink with your name and keep it outside the hall if necessary, but we request that you leave all food and drink at home. ************ Accessible Seating: Hemmle Recital Hall has 541 seats, including one row of ADA-compliant seating on the main entrance level. There are eight spaces that are accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Additional chairs may be requested. Hemmle ushers will be stationed at the main doors to assist with any special seating requirements and facilitate seating at larger events. Questions regarding Hemmle Recital Hall may be directed by e-mail to the Hall Manager: email@example.com. To be added to the Musical Notes mailing list which announces ALL upcoming events of the Texas Tech University School of Music and The College of Visual & Performing Arts, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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EVENT CHANGE: The H2/4 Guest Artist Saxophone Concert that was scheduled in Hemmle on Saturday, April 18 @ 6:00 PM has been moved to 3:00 PM in the Choir Hall (room 010 in the SOM) on the same date.
Good morning, all. April is incredibly busy here, and we aren't always able to post updates about events that are occurring in Hemmle Recital Hall, but we don't want anyone to miss out. If you're not already aware of this feature, there is a "Subscribe" button on our page that you can click to enable notifications for our events. Just click to our page, scroll down to "Upcoming Events" in the left column, and click the "Subscribe" button underneath. After that, you should receive a little red notification in your Facebook menu bar on the day of an event. Pretty convenient if you want to stay up-to-date with our concerts and recitals!
Oryana Racines-Smakovic's DMA Violin Recital that was scheduled to take place this Saturday, April 11, at 6:00 PM has been *canceled*. It will be rescheduled early next fall. Please pass the word.
The World Premiere performance of "Breath of Life" is coming up Thursday (9/17) and Friday (9/18) at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/music/news-events/news_items/breathoflife.php
Aimee Foster Non-Degree Voice Recital (Friday, Sep 4 @ 6:00 PM) has been CANCELED. The next event in HRH is Adam Smith Doctoral Piano Recital, Wednesday, September 9, at 8:00 PM. Come on out! https://www.facebook.com/events/1456790241296030/
The Four Hornsmen concert that was originally scheduled for Friday, August 28, has been canceled. Please pass the word! Thanks.
We're gearing up for another full semester of great music in Hemmle Recital Hall. Please join me in welcoming the newest student crew members to the Hemmle team: -Kayla Crowley -Lauren Hampton -Isaac Karmon -Clark Preston -Meagan Spencer and our newest student Crew Chief: -Katie Morris Students who serve on Hemmle Crew set the standard in professionalism and service to our performers and patrons. These newest members are definitely up to the task. Our first event is next Friday, August 28, with guest artists The Four Hornsmen at 8 p.m. Look for event pages to be posted to our Facebook page soon, and don't forget that you can "subscribe" to our events and receive a Facebook notification each time an event is added. We'll see you all soon!
There has been a slight adjustment in the start time of Megan Dillon's Junior Saxophone Recital on Wednesday, April 29: the recital will begin at 8:30 p.m.
TTU Jazz Ensemble I Professor Steve Jones, director