Welcome to the PRIZM family!
Thank you for interest in coming to a PRIZM concert and we hope these guidelines may ease any questions you may have about attending a Classical music concert!
If you have any other questions, feel free to send us a message on Facebook, Instagram, or email us at [email protected]
1What do I wear?
Wear anything you feel comfortable in! Some people dress up for night concerts and others dress up casually. Black tie is not required.
2How do I learn about the pieces?
Look up information on Wikipedia, listen on Youtube or Spotify, or search online for program notes. We will try to provide links to these when we have concerts!
3Where's a good seat?
The best locations are in the center, not too close to the front as that helps the sound blend a little better by the time it hits your ears (plus you can see more of the players when you’re not right up by the stage). If there is a pianist, people like to sit more towards the left side of the house so that you can see the pianist’s hands as they perform, but the sound is better toward the center/right. Up to you!
4When should I arrive?
Give enough time to park and find seating without feeling too rushed. (about 15 minutes before concert start time)
5How long is a concert?
Depending on how much music is on the program, a concert can run from an hour to an hour and a half.