Concert dress code is strictly enforced. You are expected to bring the proper clothing with you. The dress for all performances will be as follows unless otherwise indicated by NRO administration. If you have any dress code questions please email email@example.com.
Additionally, be sure to bring all necessary clothing with you, Breckenridge is a small community and you will not be likely to find the clothing listed below in town. If you do not bring necessary clothing with you, we will direct you to Denver to purchase items at your own cost.
CONCERT PERFORMANCE DRESS CODE (including NRO Denver Gala)
White dinner jacket (shawl collar preferred, off-white is unacceptable), black tux trousers (stripe down leg), white long-sleeve wing-tip collar shirt with narrow pleats, black bow tie, cummerbund, black socks, and well-maintained black close-toed dress shows. No vest.
White button front blazer that hits at least two inches below the hip (cannot expose midriff or back while in playing position, off-white is unacceptable), long-sleeve or 3/4 sleeve white collared dress blouse (no tank tops), ankle-length black skirt or dress pants (no tight-pants or black jeans), black socks or nylons (no bare feet), and well-maintained black close-toed dress shoes.
JULY 4TH CONCERT DRESS CODE
The July 4th performances will have a different dress code. The dress for men and women is well-maintained dress blue jeans (no holes or distressed jeans), and a long-sleeve, 3/4 sleeve, or 1/2 sleeve white collared button down dress shirt. No tank tops or sleeveless blouses will be allowed.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & OUTREACH DRESS
Formal business attire (no jeans, no sleeveless dresses or blouses). You will be able to coordinate clothing with your ensemble but must be professional.
NRO rehearsals are open to the public. You are expected to dress in a manner that presents a neat and business-like appearance.