Spring 2019 Studio Recital
Friday, May 31, 2019
The recital will last approximately 75 minutes. The performances are divided into two parts, with a 15-minute intermission in between.
During intermission, light snacks and drinks will be made available just outside the recital hall.
Lansing Recital Hall (inside Crowell Hall)
IMPORTANT: Do not use main Biola Address or you will get lost!
Instead, follow the directions below to find parking and use the provided campus map to navigate to the correct building.
The main entrance to Biola is located on University Drive, just off La Mirada Blvd. There is a large, reddish "leaning cross and bell" sculpture that is pretty easy to recognize.
There is usually a gate attendant, but it may not be staffed the day of the recital, since Biola's academic schedule is currently on summer break.
In any case, continue past the gate all the way to either Sutherland Drive, or past Barbour Field to the Parking Structure S.
From the parking structure, it's a short walk past the pool and gymnasium to Crowell Hall front entrance.
There may be a few signs to guide you on the day of the event. Otherwise, the lots are not attended. FREE PARKING is available in the below designated lots only. If you park anywhere else, you could get ticketed or towed without a permit.
Any persons requiring handicapped drop-off and parking should use Lot O, located directly behind the Crowell Music Building. Students may also be dropped off at this location. There is limited parking, however, so you may need to actually park in the main parking structure.
The main parking structure for the event is Parking Structure S, located at the far end of Barbour Field (Soccer/Track).
Guest Arrival and Tickets
Guests will need to either print tickets, or have the bar code available on their phone for scanning. If a student purchased tickets on your behalf, you will need to meet them out in front of the recital hall and walk in with them.
If you still need to buy tickets, you can do so until the day before the recital at the lin below:
Photos and Video
Parents, Family, and Guests may take photos and video during the event. However, there is absolutely NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY allowed, as this can be distracting to both performers and audience. There will be a designated area at the front of the stage to set up camera equipment. If you intend to use a tripod, please let me know in advance.