Everyone here at Elizabeth Farrell Music is excited for another AMAZING show at the downtown Sarasota Farmers Market! To make it easy, this page will cover everything you need to know for your performance day. If for any reason you have another question not answered here, please email info@elizabethfarrellmusic.com or your instructor.

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Date: APRIL 30th  &  May 7th
Location: Downtown Sarasota, intersection of State St. & Lemon Ave. (Yellow circle)
There is a very convenient parking garage (blue square), also street parking around downtown that is metered.

PAYMENT: PARTICIPATION FEE

  • $15 per performer
  • Due Monday, April 25th

Bring cash (exact change) or Check to your teacher, or pay online here:
PAY PARTICIPATION FEE HERE

PERFORMANCE TIMES:

  • All performers are assigned a 30 min performance time block. These are emailed to you and posted in the studios. You can also view at the links below.
  • Arrive 5 – 10 min. before your assigned time.
    Performance order is determined on site.
    Give yourself plenty of time to park and find our location (see below).
CHECK INTO THE ELIZABETH FARRELL MUSIC DESK WHEN YOU ARRIVE. ONE OF OUR INSTRUCTORS WILL DIRECT YOU FROM THERE.
PLEASE BE ON TIME.  We are following a very strict schedule given to us by the market. If you miss your time slot, there will be no guarantee of performance.

DRESS CODE:

For an outdoor event, we are striving to be comfortable, yet presentable!
While the event is more casual than a traditional recital, T-shirts, shorts, ripped and faded clothes, gym sneakers etc. are not really appropriate.  Ask if you have a question.

THINGS TO CONSIDER

  • Have your music secured!
    Make sure you don’t forget your sheet music.   Please do not show up with loose sheets of music.  It takes a lot of time to secure and unsecure every performers music.  We have a VERY full day, so make sure you are prepared beforehand.  Secure your music in a binder, or clip/staple them into your lesson book so they do not blow off the music stand.  If you want a suggestion, just ask your teacher!
  • Consider your hairstyle:
    Make sure long hair won’t block your view of your instrument or music. (or your face in photos!) Also it will very likely be windy – we are outside.
  • Pianists/wear pedal-appropriate shoes:
    Avoid high heels, slippery soles, or boots that might constrict your ankles.