The capstone of our Fall Term, our annual Christmas Recitals will be held the first weekend of December. Located at Trinity Church in Miamisburg, there are three recitals over two days.
The studio will be closed Wednesday, November 27th, through Sunday, December 1st, for Thanksgiving Break.
The combined dress rehearsal for our three Christmas recitals is early this year: Saturday, September 23rd at 3:00pm (the Saturday before Thanksgiving). All students participating in any of our Christmas recitals are strongly encouraged to attend this important rehearsal at Trinity Church.
Our Halloween recital is scheduled for Saturday, October 26th, at 3:00pm, at St. Jacob Lutheran Church next to the studio. Students may dress up in their favorite costumes, or just join us for some great fall music. Make sure you stay after the Halloween recital as some of students present their concertos.
The studio will closed for fall break the week of October 14th – 18th.
We are excited to announce our first “Applause” event of the season, a rare opportunity to experience the best of the arts that Dayton has to offer, all at one discounted price, as our studio travels to the Metropolitan Arts Center and the Schuster Center in Dayton!
Our first recital of the 2019-20 Academic Year is scheduled for Saturday, September 21st, at 3:00pm, at St. James United Methodist Church in Miamisburg. As a Share Recital, this event is an opportunity for our students to share their music with their family, friends, and the community.
This summer’s Musikgarten students will learn about the world around them through songs, dance, and active listening during our Nature’s Music classes.
Our spring studio recitals are fast approaching! This year there are three to choose from: a fun, relaxed recital especially for young students on Friday, May 17th, and two recitals on Saturday, May 25th, at 6:00pm and 7:30pm.
The National Guild of Piano Teachers’ Piano Playing Auditions are scheduled for April 30th through May 2nd. Participating students will perform a program from two to 20 pieces for a nationally certified adjudicator. Scheduling details to follow.