From Ms. Stuetzle:
Attention Parents & students performing on Sunday at the INUKSUIT at SU.
Please note the schedule below. It’s very exciting. OCC, ESF, Hamilton
College, SU, Symphoria, FM, Lemoyne College are among the participants.
Is anyone able to take pictures?
Band Director/General Music
Edward Smith K-8
jstuet53 [at] scsd [dot] us
“Music is the Melody of Life”
*SCHEDULE 1-1:30 pm* performers arrive, unload in *Q1 and then
go park* (make sure you have someone with equipment to secure it) (SNM will
also have a couple of students to guard instruments for you)
*Street parking free on Sunday or in Stadium lot down below the Dome,* or
whichever S.U. lot is open.
*1:30 pm* musicians meet with group leaders to review
performance on the QUAD and go over the performance progression for each of
the instruments in their group.
*PLEASE NOTE:* Hendrick’s services continue until 2 pm, and cannot be
*2 pm* Everyone meets in Hendricks for a final
talk-through as to the flow and entrance of the musicians and the music.
*3 pm* Groups exit the chapel and form a circle of
sorts in the middle of the Quad, Groups 2 & 3 can also start in the center
with their *Wind* figures, although their stations should be preset with
the larger instruments. Each musician should play one line and move
outward, play a line and move outward, etc. They should do this at equal
distances nine times and when they have finished their *Breathing/Wind*
figures, should be at their locations, or can then proceed to assigned
*Group 1 starts each section, i.e. moves to the next section first, and
then Groups 2 & 3 follow. Therefore,* *keep an eye on your Group Leader*,
and follow their cue to move on to the next section. Y*ou’ll know the
piece is wrapping up when Group 1 *proceeds to the center of the Quad for
their Final section *Wind,* which means the piece will end approx.. 10 min.
later. Groups 2 & 3 stay in place as their instruments are stationary.
*4:15 pm* performance ends – musicians and audience depart,
taking ALL items with them
*Dress: casual nice* (not all black – new music is always upbeat – fall
colors would be nice)
*Bring your own wire stands, wind clips or clothes pins*
*Use back packs to bring in what you need*, wallets, phones, bottle of
*You bring it in and you take it out*
*Your Group Leader will tell you which station you will be at following the
initial circle in the middle of the Quad. But here are the options, just
*Patio in front of Hendricks* (perhaps one group of piccolos could play
from the top of the stairs at Hendricks so there’s an antiphonal effect
with those playing on the 2nd or 3rd fl of Shaffer Art Bldg.
* Steps of Carnegie Library* or larger drums at the top of the
* Patio area just to the left of those steps* as you face
*Area near Shaffer Art Bldg*
Possibly piccolo’s on *2nd or 3rd floor of Shaffer*
with window open (David K. via John Coggiola)
* Patio area on either side of the entrance stairs to Link Hall
* Grassy knoll in front of Hinds* where Herakles statue is
under the tree (at least one air raid siren)
* Area between Hinds & HBC (wall mural) –* perhaps back where
the rocks are?
*Walkway in HBC – perhaps back by HL* (so people would be
encouraged to walk around that loop – also gives depth to the sound on the