HHSMB BLAST ADDITION – MAY 10, 2011
correction for 2012 dci west group tickets
The DCI ticket order form, for the special group ticket price of $10,can be found on the MUSIC BOOSTER website at www.hhs.fuhsd.org/forms.
The DCI url in the Tuesday blast (www.dci.org/tickets) was for individual tickets.
We can get $10 group tickets if we get at least 20 people. If interested, complete the group ticket form found on the Music Booster site, staple a check to it, and leave it in Mrs. Feltman’s mail box in Mr. Burn’s office. Due date for all group ticket orders is Friday, May 18th.
Contact Vicki Feltman at Vicki.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TODAY’S CALL TIME FOR STUDENT PERFORMERS
Thursday, May 10th
Orchestra, be on stage at 6:15 pm
Wind Ensemble, meet in the Band room at 6:45 pm
DOORS OPEN TO AUDIENCE AT 7:15 PM TONIGHT
Come experience the talents of senior soloists:
Emily Yoshimoto, cello
Nicole Washington, clarinet
Jessica Chiu, violin
Erica Johnson, oboe
Emily Liu, marimba
We will also present Homestead Green and White awards and Senior Perpetual Awards.
PLUS, we will have our amazing Spring Concert Program, honoring all seniors in the music program. Programs cost $5, and are worth every penny.
FORMAL PERFORMANCE ATTIRE – FROM YOUR GREEN SHEET
At formal performances such as adjudicated festivals and formal concerts, students are to wear the following:
Black dress shoes, dark socks, black pants (no jeans), white button-up collared shirt, black tie and black sport coat. If a coat is unavailable, a black sweater is ok, but no sweatshirts or black shirts please.
Always: Black attire with shoulders covered; Black hose, Black shoes
Preferred: Long black dress with shoulders covered, black hose and shoes.
Ok: Long black pants or skirt knee length or longer, black top with shoulders covered, black hose and shoes.
Not Ok: T-shirts, sweatshirts, and tennis shoes.
Rule of thumb for girls’ formal concert attire: the less skin showing, the better.
Ladies, there is a reason your formal concert attire states long pants or skirt KNEE LENGTH OR LONGER, with black tops, black shoes, and BLACK HOSE. When you are on stage, you sit ABOVE the audience, and yes, people can see under those short skirts and bare legs you think no one notices. You stick out like very pale sore thumbs on stage and detract from the look of the group. Don’t be surprised when you are stopped before going into the auditorium to put on spare black hose and cardigans