Summer Recital Information

  • Students are invited to record their performances at the studio on our brand new semi-concert grand piano.

  • Performances must be fully memorized.

  • Please dress in performance attire.

  • There is no fee for the Summer Recital.

  • Recordings will take place during in-person lessons or by special appointment.

  • The due date for the video performances is Saturday, August 27, 2021. 

  • The videos will be compiled together for our Online Summer Recital! Links to the concert will be sent to everyone, so you may share with as many people as you’d like!​

  • The concert will premiere on our YouTube Channel, Monday, August 30, 2021 at 7:30PM!

Scholarship Information and Guidelines

  • Students who are passionate about their studies in piano can benefit from having multiple lessons per week. They are better able to hone in on their skills and progress much more quickly!

  • You must maintain a regular lesson time that is beyond one hour. If approved for the scholarship, any time beyond one hour is doubled. I.e. A student taking 90 minute lessons will receive an additional 30 minutes in scholarship, totaling 120 minutes.

  • Preferably maintain two lessons per week, spread evenly (Wednesday & Sunday, Tuesday & Friday, etc.) The student can take one lesson per week if the schedule doesn't allow for two.

  • Auditions are taken in-person at the studio. A small panel of judges (typically Mr. Anemone and a second judge) will score the students based on their performance. If the student reaches a certain score, they will be offered the scholarship.  

  • Practice an appropriate amount daily, which will be outlined by the teacher, and come to lessons prepared.

  • Scholarship recipients will be expected to perform in all studio performances (recitals, masterclass, at least one performance class) and perform in at least one festival, competition, or other performance outside of the studio every trimester.

  • Cancelled scholarship lessons are not made up, unless under discretion of the teacher.

  • Students must maintain at least four or five regular lessons per month while under the scholarship program. 

  • The period for the scholarship is four months. After, there will be a new round of auditions. This is to give more students an opportunity. A student who previously held the scholarship is encouraged to reapply and continue their scholarship.

  • If students are unable to commit to the guidelines above, the teacher has the right to end the scholarship lessons.