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Alabama Bicentennial Performance Opportunity Perform in the Rotunda of the Alabama State Capitol Building during the 2019 Legislative Session


A collaborative project of the Alabama State Department of Education, the Alabama Music Educators Association, and the Alabama Institute for Education in the Arts, in support of the Alabama Bicentennial Celebration


Information 


     This performance opportunity is for public schools only.


Performances will be in the Alabama State Capitol Rotunda. Space is limited. Ensembles should be no larger than 20-25 students.


Recommended performance groups include small brass, woodwind, string, vocal, or guitar groups, such as trios, quartets, quintets, or small choirs.


Each ensemble should plan for a 20 minute performance, with at least one selection related to the state of Alabama.


Electricity or amplification may not be used. Chairs or music stands will not be provided. Groups may bring their own stands and chairs if necessary. A piano will not be provided.


Performances will take place on Thursdays of February and March during the 2019 Legislative Session. Groups will arrive by 11:00 AM at the Gordon Persons Building, warm-up, then proceed one block to the Capitol and perform at 12:00 PM.


  Performing schools will be reimbursed for a substitute teacher, bus driver, and mileage.


The deadline to apply is November 1, 2018. Notification of acceptance/rejection will go out November 15, 2018.


Performance Dates


February 7 March 7


February 14 March 14


February 21 March 21


February 28 March 28


Visit www.myamea.org and complete the online application Deadline: November 1, 2018


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