|Students awaiting their turn to perform Spring 2015
Performance is our number one goal at our studio. Students attend private lessons, practice, and increase
their musical knowledge and genres to perform for an audience. We provide three different types of performances to give
our students a variety of performance experiences.
Spring Recital - This is our formal indoor
performance at a venue with a stage and formal seating where students showcase their musical pieces studied during the spring
semester. Professional photorgaphy, awards, door prizes, and reception make this a special event to remember.
Summer Recital - An end of summer outdoor venue celebrates summer student's solo pieces and Rock Band
Camp sessions ensembles. Bring a lawn chair, cooler, and snacks to share!
- Both students and families love this end of year intimate, private recital in our studio demonstrating fall semester solos
including holiday and Christmas music.
|Audience, Spring 2015 Recital
A musical performance is a SHARING between the performer
and audience. We have worked greatly with our students to teach proper performance etiquette as performers for you,
your family and guests. We ask that the audience demonstrates respect for our performers, too!
to performance, remain outside the recital room during warm-up time.
Stay for the entire recital! Each student
deserves a full audience.
Silence your phones.
Take all calls in the hall outside of the recital room.
photos and videos!
Be mindful of our photographer's space.
Wait until between performances to enter and exit
Keep movement in and out of the recital room to a minimum.
Throw away your garbage.
|Angel, 2015 Pianist of the Year
|Calvin, performing "I Believe in Miracles"