Spring Recital 2017

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Thank you for participating in our recital. Recitals will help you as a musician to work on your stage presence and give you an opportunity to perform for your friends, family, and other musicians. It is also a good opportunity to set some performance goals and have songs performance ready. The more you perform the easier it becomes to perform. If you have any questions regarding stage presence or stage fright, see your instructor for some tips!

The recitals will be held on Sunday, April 30th 2017, at Alpharetta Presbyterian Church.

Alpharetta Presbyterian Church
180 Academy St.
Alpharetta, GA 30009

When you pull into the church, veer towards the right. Pass the playground on your left and park in the parking lot on the right side of the building. You will see the double doors there with an NFSM sign on the door. Once you enter, the sanctuary entrance will be on the right. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early to allow for parking.

There will be five sessions: (click to view session performers)

Session 1 – 1:00pm

Session 2 – 2:00pm

Session 3 – 3:00pm

Session 4 – 4:00pm

Session 5 – 5:00pm

All performers are asked to do the following:

1. Arrive at least 5-10 minutes prior to session of performance or earlier if needed.

2. Have instruments tuned, accompaniment tracks on iphone/ipod/mp3 player (just in case as backups – downloaded, not streaming) and be ready to perform at least 5 minutes prior to session of performance.

3. Please arrive early and stay for your entire session. (This applies to guests also.)

4. The dress is semi-formal, so please dress appropriately.

5. After your performance, it is professional to curtsy or bow to your audience.

6. Please come prepared – Unprepared performers will not be permitted to perform. No books or sheet music allowed – all music needs to be memorized!

7. If you have not done so yet and require an accompaniment track for your performance, please email the track to info@northfultonschoolofmusic.com

We look forward to your performance. Have fun and good luck!