The Annual Cape Ann Piano Studio Recital was a great success, all the students did a wonderful job.
Here they are holding the sign, where you can see that all together, they practiced over 10,000 minutes (earning 2 cents a minute from sponsors and matching donors) to continue to foster our 10 orphaned elephants through the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust! They actually raised more than $620, a whopping $730! So proud of all of them.
Cape Ann Piano Studio Annual Recital, June 2016
And here’s a video of that little guy in the front playing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star: Fancy Version! After The Lion Sleeps Tonight, of course. 😉
One of our elephants:
Dupotto, the little one in front.
Sunday was the last recital of 2015-16 for the North Shore Piano Teachers’ Guild annual recitals. It was held at the Second Congregational Church in N. Beverly. Students of piano teachers from around the North Shore performed; two of my students participated and did a fabulous job! Well done Bella and Adelaide!
Four of my students will be performing this Sunday at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport, as part of the North Shore Piano Teachers’ Guild Shalin Liu Piano Recitals.
Piano students from around the North Shore will be performing in three separate recitals; my students will be performing in the 2:30 pm recital, playing pieces by composers Dmitry Kabalevsky and Aram Khachaturian, and contemporary composers Catherine Rollin and Martha Mier.
North Shore Piano Teachers’ Guild Shalin Liu Piano Recitals
Sunday, April 3, 2016, Miss Julie’s piano students perform in the 2:30 pm recital (approximately 1 hour)
Recital is free of charge, handicapped accessible.
Shalin Liu Performance Center, 37 Main St., Rockport, MA 01966
Please visit www.rockportmusic.org for info regarding directions and parking; if you’re coming, allow extra time for parking!
The Shalin Liu at night, what a view!
The first of the Guild concerts for the 2015–16 school year is:
Day: Sun. Nov. 15, 2015
Place: Second Congregational Church, 35 Conant St., Beverly 01915 (off Exit 20, headed toward Wenham)
Times: Two afternoon concerts start times TBD (to accommodate all of the teachers’ students, usually a 1:30 and a 2:30 program, each about 45 minutes long)
I encourage my students – of all ages and levels – to participate! Mostly families and friends attend and all the teachers and students are very supportive of one another. Recital is slightly more formal than the one I hold in June; it’s a good opportunity for those students who like the challenge of performing in front of a friendly and enthusiastic audience. 🙂
Students should be well prepared and are encouraged to play pieces from memory but use of music is allowed.
Any students interested in performing will be playing pieces they have already learned well; we will perfect them between now and the concert.
There is an $8 recital fee. Email or call or ask about the concert in the lesson!