Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Howard Pepper Auditorium
Howard Pepper Auditorium
Uniforms are worn at all concerts and public events. Band members are expected to maintain a neat and clean appearance. Any appearance that causes undue attention to an individual will be dealt with by the band director and may result in the student not performing at the concert. No student will be allowed to perform without the proper uniform. All students will fill out a Uniform Responsibility Form before any uniform will be issued to the student.
Shirt: Black Polo Shirt
Pants: Black Dress Pants. NO JEANS!
Footwear: Black Dress shoes and black socks.
Shirt: White tuxedo, bow tie and Vest
Pants: Black Dress Pants
Footwear: Black dress shoes and socks
Shirt: White tuxedo shirt, bowtie, and cummerbund, tuxedo jacket
Pants: Black tuxedo pants.
Shoes: Black dress shoes and black socks.
Ladies: Long black dress.
Call time is what time the students need to be in their seats, with music and instruments, ready to start warm-up
6:30 Concert Band
7:00 Symphonic Band
7:10 Wind Ensemble
Band is a unique class. A band is a gathering of instrumentalists, performing together as a group. Concerts and performances are considered the “final exam” of a musical chapter. In order for a concert to run smoothly and for everyone to get the most out of this important educational experience, certain guidelines must be met. For students to receive full credit for the concert, students are expected to follow the following guidelines:
1. Students will be dressed in the appropriate concert attire. If applicable, students should be in full uniform. Students will not be able to perform with the ensemble unless they are in the correct uniform.
2. Students will be dressed, instruments assembled, music gathered, and in their seat at their concert call time. Being late to a concert means the student was not in his/her seat, ready to go, at assigned time.
3. Students will behave in a manner that is appropriate in the concert setting. Inappropriate behavior, including improper warm-up, is not tolerated and could result in being prevented from performing.
4. Students are expected to stay for the entire concert. Even if the student has completed his/her portion of the concert, students are expected to stay and support, listen to, and evaluate other ensembles performing.
5. Students are expected to put equipment away after the performance. This includes instruments, music, stands, chairs, and uniforms.