The family tradition continues as Jenn is able to teach Anjuli piano, just as her mom was able to teach her. And yes, Jenn had her baby boy Ezekiel a few weeks after the recital.
This recital was focused on music from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods. From Bach to the future.
The recital was held November 18th at the Mililani Presbyterian Church.
Although some students were nervous to perform in front of their family and friends, they all did so well! Congrats on all your hard work and an excellent recital.
Thank you parents for your support in keeping your child practicing and encouraging them in this musical endeavor.
We had a fun piano workshop week before our recital to allow the students to perform in front of their peers. The students were nervous, but it was a good practice for the real recital coming soon.
To make it more fun we had a potluck lunch and and a jumping castle for entertainment.
We’re glad that the students could enjoy a good time as well as get some practice performing.
Thank you all for your excellent work in getting ready for this recital. The Students had lots of fun working with a piano partner for this recital. It was a great learning experience for them as they had to expand outside their comfort zone of solo performances.
We had quite a few parents who have taken piano lessons in their past who wanted to partner with their child for this recital. I enjoyed giving piano lessons to the parents and the students at the same time. It was fun seeing the children enforce piano practicing rules on their parents for a change.
As with most of our recitals, this piano recital was held at the Mililani Presbyterian Church.