Term 2 2022 -Class 4 concert series

EDIT: The public concert is now on the Wednesday the 27th of July at 9:30am in the Hall – PARENTS WELCOME

NameSongWeek
Amelia – violinLully Gavotte8
Daniel – violinMinuet no. 18
Molly – violinVariation D9
Sea – violinEtude9
Gabe – violinMinuet no. 310
Ruby – violinLightly Row10
Luka – celloEtude9
Bala – celloO Come Little Children 8
Thea – celloGo Tell Aunt Rhody9
Raife – celloO Come Little Children9
Claire – celloEtude with doubles10
Holly – celloEtude10
Asher – celloMay Time (bk 2)8
George – celloRigadoon8
Vivian – celloLong, Long Ago9
Rory – celloFrench Folk Song9
Aroha S – violaFrench Folk Song10
Aroha K – violaGo Tell Aunt Rhody10
Samson – violaBohemian Folk Song8
Kaya – viola Song of the Wind8
Fintan – violaBohemian Folk Song8
Fred – violaLong, Long Ago9
Lucia – violaMusette10
Micah – violaBohemian Folk Song10
Milo – violinHappy farmer8
Hannah – violinLightly Row8
Pepper – violinVariation D9
Tihon – violinLong, Long Ago9
Ming – violinHumouresque10
Litiana – violinLightly row10

Class concerts are an integral part of the programme. Performing in front of others make us experience our playing in a different way – not always positively. The big learning in our concert series is that if you prepare well for a concert, you have nothing to fear. Performing can be a big deal for some students but they generally come away from the experience felling good about and proud of themselves. Our mission is to only put students on stage in a light that they will look good and demonstrate all of the talent they have developed in class. In the run up to these concerts, please ask your child to play their piece to you and make an extra effort to listen and be present during practice. It makes a big difference when you are there for practice.

The first class concert will begin next week during orchestra time. Please note that this is a week later than anticipated. If students did not get me their piece, I have put them down for Twinkles Variation A. Please email me if you would like to change the piece. That is usually no problem provided that your child can play the piece well.