Recital - (25 minutes) performance by a single performer or ensemble that features music of one or more composers. The time limit includes set-up and tear-down.
Lecture Recital - (25 minutes) includes delivery, discussion, and/or questions as appropriate. Lecture-recitals present scholarship in combination with a live performance component. Lecture-recitals differ from performances in that a minimum of 50% (12.5 minutes) of the presentation time must be dedicated to speaking.
Professors/instructors, retired faculty, associates, and students may submit a proposal to present
Proposal submissions of any and all types are limited to two per individual
Proposers must submit their own work and may not submit proposals on behalf of their students or colleagues, except of course, in the case of proposals where there are multiple performers or presenters - primary and secondary presenters will be designated in the proposal submission process.
Proposals must be uploaded on or before February 11, 2022, 11:59PM (Central) using the online form below
All accepted wind and percussion performers must be active, associate, retired, or student members of NACWPI for the March 1, 2022 - February 28, 2023 NACWPI membership period
All accepted performers, including accompanists and other supporting musicians, must preregister for the NACWPI 2022 National Conference
Performers agree to perform on any day of the conference should their proposal be accepted
NACWPI does not fund travel expenses of accepted performers, nor provide accompanists or musical equipment beyond standard audio/video necessary for lecture recitals and a piano
Proposals will be peer-reviewed by a committee of NACWPI members
The primary performer will be notified of acceptance via email on or before March 24, 2022