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We’re proud of you all for putting in so much hard work into our weekly rehearsals during a challenging creative year!

How exciting! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we’re doing things a little differently this year. The Elementary Choir’s Showcase will be recorded this Saturday, for viewing from next Wednesday. Please note the below details carefully…

Venue:                                 National Boys Choir of Australia, Casey Studio

Arrive promptly:              9:45am

Wear:

      • White performance shirt (ironed) – no singlets underneath!
      • Black stagewear trousers – hemmed by you as required before Saturday
      • Black belt – provided by chorister – plain black, no big showy buckles J
      • Black socks and clean polished black shoes (no runners or canvas shoes!)
      • Neat, clean hair
      • Bow ties will be distributed prior to the recording

Bring:

  • A full change of clothes in the calico bag for your chorister to change into after the recording (trousers and shirt; NOT your stagewear). The calico bag will be left at NBCA after the recording
  • Satchel and music (music will also be left at the studio after the recording)
  • A full water bottle (no snacks, please!)

Depart:                                 12 noon (after choristers have changed into their casual wear)

 

Don’t forget:                      Your smile and enthusiasm!

 

WARDROBE/PRESENTATION

The Choir encourages the boys to take pride in their appearance and uniform, particularly when they are representing the Choir in a performance environment. Make sure uniform is ironed, shoes are polished and hair is neat and tidy.

Can you help?

We are on the look-out for one ‘shirt washer’ to launder the shirts after the recording. J We provide laundry soap for front or top loader, hangers for the shirts, and a names list to mark them off.  Please let us know 9872 4480 or office@nationalboyschoir.com.au if you can assist.  Thank you! 😊


    The National Boys Choir of Australia acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional custodians of the land on which we rehearse and work. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging.


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