The Ethnomusicology classrooms and instruments are available for practice only for students who are enrolled in one of the Department of Ethnomusicology’s world music performance organization classes (ETHNMUS 91A-Z, 68A-O, 161A-Z, and 168A-O). During designated hours when a room monitor is present, students who are enrolled in one of these classes may practice on the instrument(s) used for the class in which they are enrolled.
Practice time schedules are posted outside the doors of each classroom (Room 1818, 1822, 1842, 1846, and 1659). You can check-in with the room monitors at 1659 (Gamelan Room).
The Ethnomusicology classrooms are all located in the South Wing of the 1st Floor of Schoenberg Music Bldg.
ETHNOMUSICOLOGY PERFORMANCE ROOM POLICIES
Food and Drink – Food and drink (other than water) are not allowed in any of the performance rooms.
Instruments – Students with omnilock codes may use the instruments in the room for which they were given the code, but may not take any instruments out of that room. The instructor of and ensemble controls the use of the instruments used by that ensemble.
Chairs – Chairs and rugs must be stacked and returned to their original location after use.
Clean-up – The room must be cleaned up after use and all instruments and equipment returned to their original locations.
Respect and Care – Please respect the instruments and treat them with care. Do not put clothing and other personal belongings on the instruments.
DO NOT prop the door open and leave the room empty. If the door is propped open a responsible person must be in the room.