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DEADLINES
SIGN UP:
by Mon. Dec. 16, 2019 - 11:00pm  SIGN UP ONLINE
SELECT REPERTOIRE and HAVE APPROVED BY A DIRECTOR: by Fri. Dec. 20, 2019
HAVE PERFORMANCE APPROVED BY A DIRECTOR TO ENROLL FOR CONTEST: by Fri. Jan. 24, 2020
VERIFY WITH BAND DIRECTOR POSSESSION OF ORIGINAL PRINTED REPERTOIRE FOR CONTEST: by Fri. Feb. 14, 2020

COMMUNICATION 
the Remind code for this activity is @UhsSoloEns

OSSAA DISTRICT CONTEST EVENT INFO 
PERCUSSION
• Saturday, February 22, 2020
• Shawnee High School
• Info Packet from Event Host (PDF)
• Transportation to/from this event is provided.
• The exact performance schedule for these events will be unknown until a few days before the event; please plan to reserve the entire day in your personal schedule.
Performance Spaces:
• Brass 1  TBA 
• Brass 2  TBA
• Woodwind 1 TBA
• Woodwind 2  Room 306
• Woodwind 3 TBA
• Percussion TBA

BRASSES and WOODWINDS
• Saturday, March 7, 2020
• Sapulpa High School
• Info Packet from Event Host (PDF)
• Transportation to/from this event is on your own.
• The exact performance schedule for these events will be unknown until a few days before the event; please plan to reserve the entire day in your personal schedule.
Performance Spaces:
• Brass 1  Small Band Room
• Brass 2  Woodlawn Theatre
• Woodwind 1 Room 305
• Woodwind 2  Room 306
• Woodwind 3 Room 308
• Percussion Shaw Auditorium


SOLOS: RULES & FEES
 Academic eligibility applies.
 Solos are NOT required to be memorized. 

 Maximum time: 5 minutes duration.
• Repertoire must be a published piece, and must be approved by a band director. DEADLINE to select literature and have approved: Friday, Dec. 20.
• An ACCOMPANIST (pianist) is required for all brass & woodwinds solo contest entries. Solo repertoire music selection must include accompaniment. The expense of the accompanist is the responsibility of the soloist (typically $25-$40). see list of accompanists
 Original music must be used and presented to the contest judge, with measures numbered, at the contest event. Photocopies are not allowed to be given to the judge. Failure to provide the original results in disqualification.
 Contest entry fee for solos: $10.00. Fees will be deducted from positive student account balances. For accounts at or below a zero balance, entrant must bring cash or check (payable to UBPC), place in a band accounts deposit envelope, and insert into wall mounted drop-safe in the main band office. Fees are non-refundable. 

ENSEMBLES: RULES & FEES
 Academic eligibility applies.
 Ensembles are NOT required to be memorized. 

 Maximum time: 5 minutes duration.
• Repertoire must be a published piece, and must be approved by a band director. DEADLINE to select literature and have approved: Friday, Dec. 20. 
 Duets are not permitted.
 Original music must be used and presented to the contest judge, with measures numbered, at the contest event. Photocopies are not allowed to be given to the judge. Failure to provide the original results in disqualification.
 Contest entry fee for ensembles: $5 per student for 3-4 members, $4 per student for 5-7 members, $3 per student for 8+ members. Fees will be deducted from positive student account balances. For accounts at or below a zero balance, entrant must bring cash or check (payable to UBPC), place in a band accounts deposit envelope, and insert into wall mounted drop-safe in the main band office. Fees are non-refundable. 

ATTIRE
Dress for performance success (dress nicely: no jeans, sneakers, t-shirts, hats). Guys: shirts tucked in, dark color socks, belt. This is NOT an audition, so the judge WILL see you in person. 

ACCOMPANIMENT (for solos)
Be sure to:
• communicate your performance time to your accompanist.
• find and meet with your accompanist beforehand if at all possible, though he/she may be very busy moving from room to room performing with other soloists.
• PAY your accompanist if you haven't already done so.
If using a pre-recorded accompaniment, be sure to have sufficient playback and amplification devices ready, as these will NOT be provided. If using a phone for playback, be sure it's in airplane mode during the performance, so as not to accept incoming calls, messages, or other notifications.  

PROCEDURAL 
• Performances must exceed 2 minutes 30 seconds not have a duration in excess of 5 minutes. See a director if you need assistance in making a cut. Soloists should also practice the cuts with the accompanist.
• You MUST have the original print music to give to the judge.
• The print music MUST have the measures numbered legibly.
• Marks other than the measure numbers should be erased; consider making a photocopy of the music you've marked prior to erasing the markings.
• Check in to your performance room early; oftentimes the event runs ahead of schedule.
• For memorized solos, move all music stands out of the front of your performing area for maximum visibility of the judge.
• For non-memorized solos, push your music stand down as far as possible for maximum visibility of the judge.
• Prior to performing, be sure to introduce yourself an the title of the music to the judge. Wear a SMILE for this procedure!
• Performances are evaluated by one judge. The judge will see the performance (it's not like a blind audition) and will provide a written critique and rating (1 thru 5, with 5 being 'Superior'). 

OTHER INFO
• You may want to bring along: phone/charger, $, snacks, bottled water, homework, a book, etc. 

GOOD LUCK & PLAY WELL!

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