Spring Classical Recital: Celebrating 400 Years Of Music History

 Our students love clowning, and are often encouraged by their teachers. From R to L: Jack B., Emily B., and Eric Barfield (teacher)

Our students love clowning, and are often encouraged by their teachers. From R to L: Jack B., Emily B., and Eric Barfield (teacher)

This last Saturday marked our 7th classical recital, with about a 20 students participating in this annual celebration of the music so amazing that it's lasted through the centuries: classical music. 

As a studio, we strongly emphasize modern music, but we also believe a strong understanding of the rich history of music is vital to growing musicians. 

Some of the highlights this year included: 

 Emily B. performed a beautiful version of Beethoven's Fur Elise.

Emily B. performed a beautiful version of Beethoven's Fur Elise.

• Jason. C performing a three-part Baroque music compilation

• Jairin S. playing "Prelude #2 In C# Minor" by Gershwin

• Gracie B., Santino B., and Sarai S. performing at their first classical recital

• Jack B. being the youngest student to play at our classical recital

We'd like to thank all of the participants that performed this year in the recital- you all played beautifully!  

Steinway Piano Galleries for hosting this year's event, and for letting us play on their beautiful pianos! You can find a link to their website here

Parents: if you have pictures of the recital, please send them to us- we'd love to see it. Thanks!