frequently asked questions
How do I register? On the Registration Page, click on the “click here” links. This will take you to a menu-style registration page. Decide what components of IHS 52 you’d like to purchase (i.e., on campus housing/one-week registration/t-shirt/alpenglow reception) and all the items you click will be put in a checkout basket that you’ll pay for at the end of your menu selection. Follow the instructions as they come up on each page.
Can I park on campus? If you need parking, and you’ll be staying in the dorm, you can purchase a parking pass for the week for $60 to park in the lot next to the dorm. If you need to park in the lot next to the School of Music and Dance, you can purchase daily passes for $10 a day. There is metered parking available on the streets next to campus, there is also street parking available for free a few blocks away from campus. All parking passes are available for purchase on the registration page. Click through the menu style registration and select the parking pass options you’d like to purchase.
If I need to cancel, will I be charged a cancellation fee for each item I’ve purchased? No, if you need to cancel, you will only be charged a single cancellation fee of $50. Cancellations must be made by June 2, 2020.
Where and When is the Alpenglow Reception? The Aplenglow Reception is Saturday, August 8 from 6:15-9pm at LaVelle Vineyards. There will be bus transportation available to take people to the vineyard from the University. Sign-ups for the bus will be available at the registration desk.
Are there opportunities for younger students? Yes! The Emerging Artist track is specifically designed for younger players. While young students are encouraged to attend the entire week of the symposium, there is also a 2-Day special registration for students under 16 years of age
Can I play in a Master Class? Yes, we are currently taking applications for performers in Master Classes. Fill out the form on this page to be considered. You must be registered to be considered for a Master Class performance