CONCERT ATTIRE & SWAP SHOP
Students participating in an NHS in-class ensemble must adhere to a dress code when performing at a concert. Here’s an overview of the requirements for concert attire. NHS music teachers, Mr. Vanderwoude (Chorale, Chorus, Symphony) and Ms. McLallen (Concert, Symphonic & Jazz Band) also provide dress code requirements on their websites.
Note these requirements may vary for special performances such as the NHS graduation ceremony on June 3, 2019. The NHS music staff will share these details with students and parents closer to the event.
Gently used concert attire may also be available from recent graduates. To sell or buy a gently used dress or other attire, visit our Swap Shop page.
Full-length dresses or dress slacks and blouse. For safety on concert risers, wear flats and/or solid-heeled shoes. No perfume, please.
Dark suits & shoes.
Black full length gown from Stage Accents. Preferred styles, Georgette and Menagerie. For safety on concert risers, wear flats and/or solid-heeled shoes. No perfume, please.
Place orders in time for first concert. See Mr. Vanderwoude’s website for more information.
Black long sleeve blouses or jerseys; Black pants or long skirts (below knee); Black dress shoes.
Dark, full-length dresses or dress slacks & blouse.Black dress shoes.
No perfume please.
Black tuxedos available for small fee from Read & White through FOM sponsorship. Students need to be measured in the fall.
Navy or black suits, or dark sport jacket and dark dress pants. White shirt and dark tie. Black socks and black dress shoes (no sneakers, plase).
Dark suits or tuxedos and black shoes. Tuxedos available for small fee from Read & White through FOM sponsorship