first of all, try open office, instead of word starter: http://www.openoffice.org/
It's an open source, and freeware software that works great (I did my PhD thesis on open office! And my proof reader was also using it).
Now, I don't have a template to offer, but here's a couple of ideas/comments:
1. You need to think on the format you will use. There are 3 very easy ways to have a recital program:
* A letter sized paper printed in both pages. First page reads the recital information (time, date, students playing perhaps, your name, venue...), along with some nice graphics, and the other side reads the actual program.
* A letter sized paper folded in the short side middleways. This way you will get 2 'half-sized letter' sheets, and 4 pages to work with. If you're working with A4 size pages, then you would be getting two A5 sized ones.
Here you have to make sure you type in the right things in the right pages. If you label pages 1 and 2, and 1 is the one with the cover and back cover, you need to remember that the cover goes to the right
side and the back cover to the left
. The inside can have either the program spread in 2 pages, with the interval separating them, or the program on the left/right side and a few words from you to the right/left side.
* A letter sized paper folder on the long side middleways. It's essentially the same as above but results in some nice long looking recital which is used quite a lot.
I'm sorry that I can't be of further assistance...