Performathon 2021

Saturday, December 11, 2021

 

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Students sign up for a recital through their private teacher upon recommendation, who will provide an electronic sign-up form.

Dates:

NOVEMBER 13 (Sat) – Deadline for student submissions. Placement is first-come, first-served, and late entrants are not guaranteed a spot on a recital.
DECEMBER 7 (Tue) – Adult Student Performance Hour, 7pm
DECEMBER 8 (Wed) – Student Recital, 6:30pm
DECEMBER 11 (Sat) – Performathon, 10am – 6pm*
*accompaniment available for 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm recitals
DECEMBER 15 (Wed) – REMOTE Student Recital, 6:30pm
DECEMBER 18 (Sat) – REMOTE Student Recitals, 3:30pm & 5:00pm
Accompaniment is available unless otherwise noted.

COVID & SAFETY POLICIES:
WIND & BRASS INSTRUMENTS – approved PPE must be used on stage, such as bell covers and clarinet bags
FLUTES – vaccination required due to lack of PPE technology.
VOCALISTS – a singers’ mask must be worn on stage.
NON-WIND INSTRUMENTS (piano, violin, etc.) – masks can be taken off when on stage and ready to perform.
-Masks must be worn by audience members at all times.
-Recitals on Saturday 12/11 will be shorter than usual to limit audience size and increase time in between recitals.
-Chairs will be arranged to encourage distancing between family pods.

RECITAL GUIDELINES:
-Students are placed on a first-come, first-served basis.
-Students are limited to ONE piece, and may not exceed 5 minutes.
-A teacher’s studio may not exceed 10 minutes per recital.
-Dress: collared shirt, nice slacks, dark shoes for boys; nice blouse or top and skirt or slacks, or a dress, for girls. Students may not wear jeans, shorts, or t-shirts.
-Performers should be present and ready to play 15 minutes prior to their start time.
-Students and families are expected to attend their recital in its entirety so that all performers experience a full, attentive audience.

 

Proceeds support the Conservatory’s Scholarship Program and Legacy Project – building new digital technology teaching spaces, including a Music Therapy Studio, Percussion Studio, Digital Piano Lab, and Recording Studio. These studios will enable more affordable group instruction for youth, teens and adults, including people with disabilities and veterans, creating new opportunities for everyone in the community.