- I feel really lucky to be able to say that 2015 was a wonderful year for me and my students. Personally, I performed more often than ever before and I tried to reflect that in creating opportunities for my pupils to show their work, too! With a few student recitals under their belts, my younger musicians are starting to brim over with confidence in their abilities!
This year, I already have plans for our first STUDENTS ONLY concert in February for the piano players. What a perfect opportunity for us to learn from each other, show what we’ve learned and have some fun, too!
I’ve spent quite a bit of time scouring the internet for fun ideas and new songs for my young musicians. Duets, composing, music games and new pieces are all on the agenda for this term. It’s all about getting together, collaborating, making music a part of every day interactions. 🙂 I can’t wait!
As for my mature singing students, I feel quietly confident that I can wrangle them together for a low-key recital this year. Adults are always a million times more nervous than children, but my fabulous adult singers have been growing and growing in confidence and ability! Soon they will be ready to stand up and sing for each other!