Bi-Annual Recitals

Sing Music Studio is overjoyed to host 2 recitals per school year for our students: our Holiday Recital (typically held in early December) and Spring Recital (typically held in early June). Recitals are a wonderful way to build self-confidence, performance skills, learn to control nervous energy, gauge improvement, work towards a goal, gain a sense of community, and have fun! While participation is not mandatory, students of all ages (including adults) and levels are highly encouraged to participate.

Join Us For Our Upcoming Holiday Recital

Sunday December 17th

Showtimes at 4pm and 6:15pm

Venue: Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga

84 S Service Rd, Mississauga, ON L5G 2R9

We would love to invite all of our students to participate, regardless of age or skill. For those in private lessons, you will work with your instructor to prepare a piece. For our Performing Artist Program students, you will work on a group performance and are also welcome to perform a solo piece prepared with your private lesson instructor. Kindermusik classes are also welcome to participate.

Song Selection Process

Recital song choices will be finalized this week of November 13th to 18th.

Students will perform one solo song selection per instrument of study. The song must be a piece that has been (or is currently being) worked on in the current school year during your lessons with your instructor. Consider song selections you enjoy performing, that showcase your abilities and what you have learned recently. This is a great opportunity to learn something new and exciting and there are plenty of supplementary books available for purchase at the studio. Song selections will be approved and finalized by your instructor.

Recital Tickets

Tickets are on sale now. Be sure to choose the correct showtime below. The direct ticket link to the correct showtime was sent via email on November 27th. If you require showtime clarification, contact the Harmony Team at [email protected].

Past Recitals

Video recital during the pandemic.