Since audience members see us first, our concert attire sets an impression of us prior to the very first note. That impression should be of a polished and uniform group, ready to provide an evening of superb music. What we wear should visually frame our achievements as a choral ensemble rather than as individuals, so we’ve established clothing guidelines for creating that frame.
MEN Concert Dress Guidelines
Spread collar shirt (not an oxford or traditional tux shirt).
Black bow tie
WOMEN'S Concert Dress Guidelines
Formal, solid colored black dress, skirt and top, or dress pants and top
Dresses or skirts are tea or floor-length. A short slit (<6”) is acceptable.
Tops have elbow-length or longer sleeves and should have concert-appropriate necklines. No cropped tops.
Pants are full-length dress pants. No cropped pants, black jeans or leggings.
Black dress shoes
Jewelry is optional but encouraged.
This fully lined georgette skirt is a full cut A-line style with a side elastic waist for a comfortable fit. Washable.
NOTES: Sizes DO NOT correspond to any other sizing on the planet. For both companies, however, their measurement guidelines are very accurate. You MUST measure accordingly. Orders take time, and so do the alterations (hem, etc.). Please think about ordering as soon as possible for peace of mind.
Formal black shoes in good condition (any height comfortable for you).
Bling: Jewelry is suggested, larger pieces are fine