I took my digital outside and had all the students select different timbres (instruments) to play. I sat close to change the sounds in a flash. One student said, “Can we do this for every recital?” That’s when I knew the fun format was a winner.
Instead of noise makers, I had percussion instruments. We also had a silent auction and ice cream sandwiches and Spider-Man popsicles. Everything patriotic on my part.
I think we have a new tradition! Next time we will start closer to 10 am for less sun!
Pictured are the 15 point gold cup and 75 point gold cup for National Federation of Music Clubs. I’ve only had students earn a 45 point cup. Can’t wait to get on track to earn the big ones. 90 point cup is the highest
Rachel made it to the castle with her performance card. She is always doing great things!
Saying goodbye to Sarah. Remembering her top time.
Where are my pedals? (Being fixed by technician.)
Can’t resist posting my kiddo. She loves making sounds at the piano or digital or percussion instruments that I have.