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Concert dress

The violin section in a Junior Department orchestra during a concert
Part of being a good performer is looking like a good performer so please make sure you dress carefully and appropriately for concerts, taking care to look neat, tidy and professional before you step onto the stage.

We have different concert dress for different ensembles and it is your responsibility to make sure you are wearing the correct clothes depending on which group you are performing in.

Please click on the links below to find out the concert dress requirements for each ensemble.

Important

We may not let you perform if you are in the wrong clothes.

Dress code for orchestras

Performers in the following large ensembles should adopt our white-shirt dress code:

  • String Orchestra
  • Symphonic Wind Orchestra
  • Sinfonia

Dress code: white top & black bottom

 

Performers in the following orchestras should adopt our all-black dress code:

  • Chamber Orchestra
  • Symphony Orchestra

Dress code: all black

Dress chode for choirs

Performers in the following large ensembles should adopt our white-shirt dress code:

  • Training Choir
  • Treble Choir
  • Concert Choir

Dress code: white top & black bottom

 

Performers in the following choirs should adopt our all-black dress code:

  • Girls' Choir
  • Senior Choir
  • Chamber Choir

Dress code: all black

Dress code for other large ensembles

Performers in the following large ensembles should adopt our white-shirt dress code:

  • Clarinet Choir
  • Brass Ensembles

Dress code: white top & black bottom

 

Performers in the following large ensembles should adopt our all-black dress code:

  • Brass Dectet
  • Sax Ensemble
  • Percussion Ensemble
  • Jazz Ensembles

Dress code: all black

Dress code for chamber groups

Please discuss concert dress for chamber music performances with your tutor. You do not necessarily need to wear any of the above options, however you do need to look smart and all look the same.