Solo & Ensemble Contest...
Solo & Ensemble Contest
The Solo and Ensemble Contest (SEC) is open to all band levels including Cadets. This annual event is generally held in the latter part of March. The SEC is not a competition between band members. Each soloist or ensemble is judged on their personal performance that day with level of experience taken into consideration. Whether an individual event is open or closed to observers is up to the participant or ensemble members.
West Suburban Home School Band
WHAT IS THE SEC (Solo and Ensemble Contest)
Our annual Solo and Ensemble Contest is an exciting and much anticipated musical event held on a Saturday, generally in February or March. ALL band members, Cadet through Symphonic, are encouraged to participate in the SEC. Students have the opportunity to prepare solos and/or ensembles of their choice and perform them for a judge who then rates their performance. There is no competition, rather; students strive for their personal best. Judges decisions are final.
20th Annual WSHSB Solo and Ensemble Contest
Saturday, April 10, 2021, time 9 - @4, arrivals start 8:30
Village Church of Bartlett
601 West Bartlett Rd., Bartlett, IL
NOTE: Drum sets must be set-up
on Friday between 9am and 4pm or before 8:30am on Saturday
CONCESSIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE.
Have cash or checks that day to purchase concession tickets.
See Rehearsal Notes for concessions available.
All money received goes to support the band.
SEC ONLINE Registration deadline is March 15
Indicate Solo or Ensemble on the form. If Ensemble is chosen, the form will then allow spaces for all participants’ names, etc.A confirmation email will be sent for each entry to the main contact on each form
2021 SEC Registration Form
SEC Fees are payable at the front table at band.
IMPORTANT SEC Rules
It is of the utmost importance that participants carefully read
the SEC Rules found here → SEC Rules
For further information about out what to prepare prior to the SEC
as well as what to do and expect that day
including proper conduct and etiquette pointers
use this link → SEC Helpful Tips