CONCERT ATTIRE

For many of our perfornmances, we dress in a more uniform manner in order to look professional and to keep from distracting audience members from our great sound. So, here is the official word on concert attire.

 

Symphony Orchestra

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Option 1

Tux coat (provided by the school - do not take these home with you)

Vest (provided by the school)

Bow tie (provided by the school or bring your own)

White button shirt (pleated tux shirt preferred, regular white shirt OK)

Black Dress pants (no black jeans or cords - Dockers are OK)

Black socks or hosiery

Black closed-toe dress shoes (no black tennies or the like)

Option 2

Black dress pants

Appropriate black shirt (either long or short sleeve)

      If short sleeves, then Orchestra Wrap (provided by school)

Optional splash of red

Black socks or hosiery

Black closed-toe dress shoes

 

Cardinal Orchestra & Sinfonia

All musicians:

White or Black dress shirt

      If white shirt, t hen long tie or bow tie (red is nice, others OK)

Black dress pants (no black jeans or cords - Dockers are OK)

Optional splash of red

Black socks or hosiery

Black closed-toe dress shoes (no black tennies or the like)

 

For all musicians

 

All musicians

Keep your shoes on while you are on stage

No flip-flops or sandals - all shows require closed-toe shoes

No skirts or dresses

No more than 1" heel

General Guiding Principles

 

Please remember

Dress to not call attention to the individual

Err on the side of conservative

It is easier to act and play professionally when you dress the part 

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