Piano recitals take a lot of organisation and effort. But if you do it right, the results are worth it!
Performance opportunities are incredibly important for piano students (and other music students).
Performing in front of an audience allows piano students of all ages to prepare for piano exams, practise goal setting, and develop their confidence – both personally and as a musician. (To read a full list of performance benefits, click here.)
Annual Piano Recitals
At Le Piano Academy, one thing that sets our studio apart is the fact that our students participate in an annual studio piano recital. You can see the highlight video from our 2014 recital below.
Organising the annual recital consumes hours of my time every year, as every detail is carefully planned and executed. But it’s definitely worth it!
Organising Your Piano Recital
I’ve had a lot of questions from other music teachers and from interested parents about how I organise a piano recital. So over the next few weeks, we’ll be discussing various aspects of organising a recital, from choosing a venue, through to ensuring the program runs smoothly on the day.
As each post is written, you’ll find a link to it here:
In The Meantime
In the meantime, if you have any questions about organising a piano recital, please share them in the comments below, and I’ll be sure to get back to you. I may even answer your question with a blog post! So ask away.
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