Ballard Performing Arts Winter Concerts - Help Needed/Event Details
Winter Concerts
7:30 PM
Dec 7 - Band
Dec 8 - Choir
Dec 9 - Orchestra

Featuring selections from Mozart's Requiem at each concert.

Help Needed at All Three Winter Concerts

Our Sign-Up Genius is nearly empty! Consider volunteering at one of the concerts your student is NOT in so that all parents can see their students perform.  We need help selling baked goods and BPA merchandise, ushers for those who purchased reserved seats, parents to collect donations, bottled water donations and of course treats to fill the bake sale table. These are the largest concerts of the year and we need your help!
Reserved Seating

The Winter Concerts usually fill to capacity. Want to pick your seats? Don't want to end up standing? For the best views and extra leg room, pick center section, rows L, M, and N. 
BPA Merchandise for Sale

Steel tumbler mugs, t-shirts, fleece vests, socks, pens, and cinch sacks - the full inventory will be available for purchase at all Winter Concerts. Your holiday shopping could be complete in 1 visit. Credit cards, checks & cash accepted.
More Concert Happenings

Pick up your coffee orders from the Cafe Appassionato fundraiser.

Bring Ballard Market receipts to the bake sale table - 1% is given back BPA.

Bake sale with goodies, coffee, tea and water available for purchase.
Final Rehearsals and Concert Schedule in Detail

Final Mozart Requiem Rehearsal  - Today, Dec 6  3:30 - 5:30 PM

Final Capriccio Rehearsal  - Friday, Dec 9  3:30 - 5:30 on stage

Call time:   6:45 each night (students should confirm with each director). 
Call time for students performing only in Mozart Requiem: 8:15 PM

Dec 7  7:30 PM  - Jazz I and II, Percussion, Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble, and Selections from Mozart's Requiem.

Dec 8  7:30 PM  - Treble Choir, Men's Ensemble, Women's Chamber Choir, Advanced Chorale, Concert Choir, Vocal Jazz, and Selections from Mozart's Requiem.

Dec 9  7:30 PM - Symphonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Fiddle Ensemble, and Selections from Mozart's Requiem.
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