1. Being Prepared
- Music will be sent out early in the week. Review and become familiar with the songs before practice on Wednesday night.
- Any vocal or instrumental leads will be communicated to you early in the week. Please have these practiced and ready for Wednesday night's rehearsal.
- Punctuality - Please arrive to practices and run-throughs early enough to be set up and ready to start at the scheduled time. Not showing or coming late affects the whole team and the effectiveness of rehearsals.
- Be ready to start at the beginning of rehearsals.
- Setup, warmup, and tune prior to the start of rehearsal/run-through.
- Make sure you are set with in-ear monitors and microphones prior to the start of rehearsal/run-through.
2. Proper Stage Posture
- Come with your heart prepared, just as much as you are prepared musically. Be authentic and transparent.
- Dress modestly and humbly. Our purpose is to lead the congregation into worship, not draw attention to ourselves.
3. Commitment to musical/technical expertise - Excellence honors God
Excellence honors God and inspires people. We want to do both as we lead people in worship. To achieve musical and technical excellence, we need to work on our instrumental, vocal, or technical ability to become the very best we can be. This includes individual practice as well as playing with the team, and individual lessons. The team will only be as proficient as the individuals it is composed of.
- Use elvanto to accept and decline scheduled dates
- If you need to cancel, please provide at least one week's notice prior to the rehearsal by emailing Chris at email@example.com
- No need to find yourself a replacement