Music in the Park - page 8

Based on acoustics, logistics, and proximity to the
park, the finest available performance facilities have
been acquired. Ensembles will perform in acoustically
acceptable performance areas in local schools, churches,
colleges, and hotels within an acceptable distance from
the park. Performances do not take place in the park.
Warm-Up Description
Warm-up areas are provided in order to tune, line up,
and prepare for your performance. It is not a rehearsal
room. In some instances, the warm-up area may not
have chairs and stands. You may not leave backpacks or
purses in the warm-up room. Instrumental ensembles will
have 25 minutes to warm-up. Choral ensembles will have
20 minutes to warm-up.
Uniform & Changing Room Policy
Uniforms are optional for performances. Please be
certain your students are dressed for performance before
entering the performance facility. Changing facilities are
not available at performance sites. We recommend that
you designate buses for male and female changing of
uniforms or have students wear casual clothes under
their uniform.
Instrument Cases
All instrument cases should remain on the bus at all
times. Please DO NOT take instrument cases into the
warm-up or performance areas. Every case should be
labeled with the student’s and the school’s name.
Arrival Guidelines
Plan to arrive at the adjudication site 30 minutes
before your scheduled warm-up. When you arrive at
the adjudication site, go directly to the Registration
Area (Leave your students on the bus preparing for
performance).
AT THE REGISTRATION AREA YOU WILL…
• Turn in your adjudicator’s packets (2) and
Announcer’s Sheet
• Remit payment for any last minute balance due on
your Music in the Parks account (balance due cannot
exceed $500 at the festival)
• Pick up your Amusement Park tickets &
Music In The Parks student/director souvenir.
• After you have completed this task, your students
may enter the building. Please keep in mind that other
ensembles are on stage performing while you enter.
Encourage your students to show these ensembles
the same courtesy and respect they would expect,
and be as quiet and orderly as possible.
• A representative will lead your students into the
warm-up area. If you have arrived early, you are
welcome to enter the performance area and view
other ensembles’ performances.
PLEASE NOTE:
Not all performance sites will have extra
space available to hold students. If you are not planning
on watching other ensembles, plan to wait on your buses
(Fridays) or outside (Saturdays) until your scheduled
warm-up.
Adjudicator Packets
The Director must furnish two (2) judge’s packets
consisting of original scores for each adjudicated
composition with the measures numbered and
performance selection sheet. The Director must
also furnish an extra performance selection sheet
for the announcer.
Music in the Parks will provide digital media for
your verbal comments. You will be asked to fill in
your ensemble information upon check-in at the
Registration Table.
FACILITY DESCRIPTION
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