Music Student Concert Pass Policy
The student concert pass, a mandatory resource for all principal applied courses within the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degree programs (Music 140A/B, 240A/B, 340A/B, 345A/B, 440A/B, 445A/B, 645A/B, 647A/B, 745A/B, 747A/B, 6210, 6211, 7210, 6310, 6311, 7310), must be purchased from the School of Music within the first two weeks of the Fall Semester. While mandatory for all Bachelor of Music and Master of Music students, the pass may also be purchased by students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music Education program, as well as graduate students within the Ethnomusicology programs (Master of Arts, PhD).
The concert pass entitles the bearer to admission to all MUSIC@Memorial concerts. In addition, passes can be used to purchase a separate $5 "buddy" ticket when that ticket is bought at the same time the student ticket is obtained.
The cost of the pass is $60 and is valid from September to April of the year it is issued. Concert passes are non-transferrable and fees are not refundable.
• Only the student whose name appears on the concert pass may use it and the student must be present at the time of use. Failure to observe this rule will result in confiscation of the pass.
Student passes are obtained through the Concert and Facilities Coordinator at the start of the school year. Passes must be paid for at the time of pickup. Debit, credit, cash and cheque will be accepted. The pass can be picked up and the payment collected from MU2034 or at the box office on the evening of the first concert.
Tickets for MUSIC@Memorial Mainstage Series concerts and MUSIC@Memorial Ensemble Series concerts must be collected from the box office on the evening of the performance, and are subject to availability.
• Possession of a concert pass does not guarantee that a ticket will be available for any event. In addition, the concert pass does not permit access to the concert venue without a valid ticket.
A valid student pass must ALWAYS be presented at the box office to get your ticket. No pass, no ticket... no ticket, no admission.
• To obtain concert credit for an attended show, the valid concert pass must be scanned at the end of the concert by one of the staff on duty.
• Obtaining a ticket using your concert pass is not evidence of your attendance at a concert.
• The exception to this are the shows presented by the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra as a part of their concert series. When a ticket is purchased through the Arts and Culture Centre box office the name of the student is printed directly on the ticket. These tickets are non-transferable with respect to concert credit.
Note that NSO tickets are no longer available through the concert pass program. For discount tickets for NSO performances, get a GO NSO! card.
MUSIC@Noon Concert Series
With the addition of this new concert series students can receive concert credit by joining us for free lunch time events. The number of seats are limited, so make sure you get out early.
• A valid concert pass does not guarantee a seat for these events.
• The concert pass must be scanned at the end of the concert to receive concert credit.
Updated Aug 28, 2018