A BIG Congrats to the Music Students for an AMAZING Recital Performance!!!!

Sing Music Studio Recital June 2012

My students never cease to amaze me!!!! What a fantastic job all of our singing, piano and guitar students did that participated in our 4th recital on June 23rd at the Regency Retirement Home!

I’m so impressed with the improvements of my students who have had a few recitals under their belts. And a special hats off to David, one of my adult students who consistently has been participating in the recitals as the adult representation despite performance anxiety. David really pulled it together and did a terrific performance. I know all the parents were quite impressed with his courage to perform!

I’m also very impressed with all the new students who participated in the recital for the first time. Some were super excited, some were full of nerves. But each and every one of them did a wonderful job!

We were also lucky to have some great instrumentation this year of 2-3 students/teachers playing together in an ensemble including ukelele, piano, guitar, singing and drums. In the future, I’m excited to put more student ensembles together as the students grow and improve and of course with the addition of drum lessons at the studio. This will make it easy to start forming bands with the students in the future. So expect the recitals to continuously improve and include great music!

A special thanks to Neal Burstyn for drumming with some of the students, videoing the recital and taking photographs…. which will be coming soon. And a special thanks to the staff and residents at Regency Retirement Home who hosted our recital as per usual! And last, but certainly not least, a special thanks to all the students of Sing Music Studio who worked very hard to prepare such a wonderful show and the parents for their ongoing support!

Can’t wait for the Christmas Recital!!!

Love the program. The teacher is very fun and cute. Love the effect music has on children.

Nina and Masood Azam, Toddler class parents

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