March 02, 2008

Making Music Studio Recitals Fun

Performing should be a fun experience for both kids and adults. Private music teachers make it a point to work with students toward a recital goal. Music recitals come in many forms: formal concerts, performances in retirement communities, open mic nights, and informal parties that put student performers at ease.

Here is a look at members’ recital ideas:

The best way to amp up a recital is to hire a band to play with the students. I teach a lot of jazz, and having students play with professionals really gets them excited. You can also do workshops with the band members and have many students play.
Rob Mullins, Jazz Pianist

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