Performance Opportunities

Music is ultimately a performance art, and while the study of music is important, it is in the performance of the music that many of the benefits of playing the instrument are gained.

Performance in a public setting will provide a number of benefits to a student. Memorization is required for examinations and competitions, and is recommended for recitals. Playing a piece from memory in front of an audience not only improves memorization skills; it will help a young student overcome the shyness and natural fear of performing publically. This skill will help not only in school but in later life as an adult. Students will also gain the sense of achievement and confidence that accompanies successful performance or examination.

Recitals are held twice a year. They are not mandatory, but certainly encouraged. Our first recital is held as part of our Christmas showcase. Our annual year-end Spring recital is held in June after the last week of classes. Both performances are held at Nineteen on the Park in Stouffville.

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