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Confirmation of Recital Performance Details

 

Thank you for agreeing to perform a concert with Recitals Australia.

Please confirm your performance details below, this is what we will use in our marketing campaign for your concert.

Please also complete your payment details below so that we can quickly pay you after your recital.

About You and Your Performance

Please advise: 1/Composer, 2/ Birth and Death Dates for Composer (ie 1801 - 1901), 3/ Name of Piece, 4/ Movement/s, 5/ The timing of each piece (ie 5 minutes)
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 2 files.
This photo is part of your marketing campaign, so please get a nice quality clear shot with your instrument. Upload your Accompanist photo too. Please look at Recitals Australia Past Virtuosi Series concerts for ideas.
If you have an accompanist, their name, bio and photo are needed for marketing purposes. Complete the fields that will appear if you choose Yes.

Payments

Please enter bank account details and name, and after your concert the amount will be transferred to your account. If you are part of a duo or ensemble, Recitals Australia will pay one person the full fee, and they can distribute. Please Provide: Bank Name, Account Name, BSB, Account Number.
Mailing Address and email address.
SUPERANNUATION: Note - Musicians are deemed employees for purposes of payment of superannuation guarantee under section 12(8) of the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992.

From 1 July 2022 superannuation at the rate of 10.5% is payable for persons 18 years of age and older,

and payable to persons 17 years of age and under if they work more than 30 hours per week.

We will make this payment through the Australian Taxation Office Small Business Superannuation Clearing House to your nominated Australian Superannuation Fund. If you do not have a Superannuation Fund, Recitals Australia will pay your Super to its default Super Fund and you will receive a statement from them.

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