We are excited to be offering our first In-Person Recital on Saturday, October 30th with groups starting as early at 1:00pm. This will take place at Riverside United Church and students are welcome to dress up in their Halloween costumes. Members may submit up to 7 minutes of music with a limit of one piece per student.
Entries must be received no later than Wednesday, October 20th in order to take part. Please send entries to Christine Tithecott at [email protected] including the following information.
Will the teacher attend the recital?:
Exact performance times will be sent out a week prior to the event. Please keep in mind and pass along the guidelines, requirements and procedures below to families that are participating.
General Recital Guidelines:
- Students will be grouped into small performances of 15-30 minutes
- Students and family members attending are expected to attend the full duration of the recital. We want to show our full support and respect for all of our performers.
- Teachers may submit 7 minutes worth of performance material with no more than one piece per student.
- Deadlines will be sent out as each recital approaches. Teachers that miss the submission deadlines will not be able to have their students participate in that recital
- Requests for specific time frames will not be granted
In Person Recital Guidelines:
- Proof of vaccination is required for everyone 12+
- Screening questions must be asked upon entry
- There is a limit of one guest per performer to adhere to capacity limits
- Teachers must RSVP to ensure there is space
- Masks are mandatory for all guests and performers of all ages
- Hand sanitizer (provided beside the piano) must be used before and after every performance
PLEASE NOTE THAT AS ORMTA REQUIRES ALL ATTENDEES OF IN-PERSON EVENTS TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS FOUND IN Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19, 2020) Act. All performers and guests 12+ must provide proof of vaccination upon entry. All submissions must be in compliance with this requirement.
We look forward to supporting these students in their performance development.
(Christine Tithecott, Liz Corbett, Jeryl-Anne Churchill, Marilyn Loosemore)