Gigs are for mature students only.
Students are responsible for every element of a gig: communicating with the hiring contractor, providing their own transportation, and showing up to the performance prepared with all of their music learned well, and all equipment working. Take a pencil and a music stand to every gig (whether you are told you need it or not.) Extra strings are a good idea too.
Three Steps to Getting a Gig:
- Contact the hiring contractor to get the details and make sure the gig is not under contract with someone else.
- Get a group together; pre-formed groups are best.
- Email DR. SELBY the names of every student in the group as soon you have committed to taking the gig.
RULE #1: SHOW UP. Once you commit to a gig, you cannot back out. So, communicate with your parents first to make sure you can be there and do a good job.
- Name: Brandon McClary
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: (240) 367-5409
- Type of Group Desired: String Duet
- A Description of the Event (number of attendees, is it background music or a performance, indoor or outdoor: Wedding, 150-175 attendees, outdoor ceremony, 30 minute ceremony music (guest welcoming, wedding party walk in) and cocktail hour background music.
- We are interested in traditional classical music for the ceremony and cocktail hour. However, we have two special song requests in mind for the ceremony (OK without this if too much pressure) for the groom's arrival and wedding party arrival, followed by a traditional "Here Comes the Bride for the bride's walk down the aisle.
- Event Location (Please include address): Founders Hall, 1500 Olde Town Rd, Charleston, Sc
- Event Date: Sunday, November 17, 2019
- Performance Times (Include start time, end time, and breaks): 3:15-4pm Ceremony. 15 minute break followed by 4:15-5pm cocktail hour (performers welcome to passed hors d'oeuvres and non alcoholic beverages)
- Payment per performer: $250 per performer (negotiable)
- Description of Preferred Performer Attire: Black Tie