Our fall recital this year will again take place at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia on Rittenhouse Square! Saturday, Nov 16 is a perfect day to come enjoy the amazing talent and diversity of our students in the middle of Philly’s most beautiful public park and overwhelming selection of world-class restaurants.
If you are already a student and would like to sign up to perform in the recital, just talk to your teacher by Nov 1st!
The performances will be split up between multiple sets between 1PM and 5PM; feel free to come to just one set, or stay for all of them!
This event is open to the public.
Admission: $10 Per Person
1:oo PM – 5:00 PM
Philadelphia Ethical Society
1906 Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103
The recitals are the best time of the year every time they come around. Not only do we get to enjoy great music, but we also get to watch the growth of each participant! A good concert, with a great community of people. What more could you want?
Our recitals happen twice per year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall. If you’d like to perform on one, let your teacher know!
Continuing our tradition of student recitals, don’t miss out on hearing all the talent pouring out of Philly Music Lessons at our Fall Recital this year! The big day this season is Saturday, December 8 and it is again being held at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia, right on Rittenhouse Square.
Open the public, this event will showcase students of all ages performing their best and favorite works. Not only is it great to hear so many songs as an audience member, but it’s also a crucially important skill for any musician to learn how to manage public performance!
Students are grouped into two sets:
Set 1: 1:00
Set 2: 3:00
Admission is $10 (Unless of course you are one of the performers!)
Our seasonal recitals are a great way for students to get an opportunity to perform for friends and family! It’s also great for friends and family to get a chance to see the progress they’ve made since last time, whether they are 6 years old or 60 years old. Check out this video offering up highlights of every students performance from our Spring 2018 recital at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia!
Our recitals are an important part of what we do at Philly Music Lessons. Performing is a crucial aspect of music making, and these public events give students the chance to show their stuff twice every year!
Enjoy this highlights video which gives you a small bit of every performer from our most recent Recital this past December!
Taking lessons and practicing is something that all musicians have to spend most of their time doing, but it all pays off at the performance. Just this December we returned to the Ethical Society of Philadelphia for our largest recital yet. We featured students on piano, violin, cello, saxophone, voice, and guitar for a fantastic afternoon of music making. Our recitals provide our students with the opportunity to show off their skills to friends and family alike. Not only is it a great time for everyone involved, but it’s a crucial experience for becoming a well-rounded musician.
The wide diversity of genres and styles reflects the amazing diversity and talent of all of our students. From Beethoven and Saint-Saëns to The Beatles and Coldplay, enjoy this musical cross-section of our Philly Music Lessons family. We’re so glad to have seen so many people at our recital this past fall, but in case you missed it, here’s a little something to give you an idea of how talented our students are!
Our Spring drum class (Rhythm and Beats), our Ukulele Class, and our Music Exploration Class have sadly ended for the season. But its not quite over yet! Students of our drum class, along with those taking private music lessons, will perform for our Spring 2016 Recital, starting at 1:30 PM, this Saturday, May 14th. Come on out and see what we’ve been doing over here at Philly Music Lessons! Visit us at the Ethical Society on Rittenhouse Square for an afternoon of violin, voila, voice, piano, guitar, and more. This recital is open to the public and costs $5 per person above the age of 12 (students attend FREE).
Philly Music Lessons at the Ethical Society
Fall Recital 2015
November 21st, 1 PM
It’s become somewhat of a tradition to have our Fall recital on Rittenhouse Square. The Philly trees have ushered in the Fall, and the park is starting to show signs of the holidays by the end of November. This will be our first recital at the Ethical Society. Equipped with a stage and abundant space for an audience, we’re excited to bring families and teachers into a new venue to support the accomplishments of our students.
The show is a great way for students of all ages to see various skill levels in action, and to put their practice into context. The project oriented learning required for recital performance will no doubt push participating students to higher levels. For this reason, recitals are something we encourage all students to consider, no matter their age or reason for taking lessons. In the past, Philly Music Lessons recitals have embraced true beginners to advanced students studying anything from classical music to pop composition. Thus, our recitals are often diverse and present a wide range of musical styles.
Join us for our Fall 2015 student recital at the Ethical Society this November:
We fit students of all ages, family, friends, cellos, violins, guitars, amps, and chairs galore into our cozy space in Fishtown! With tulip vases in the windows, cheese and wine for enjoyment, original compositions, rock and classical pieces to entertain, the sounds of piano, electric guitar, and even the “Game of Thrones” theme song echoed throughout the space. With its exposed beams, brick, and wood floors, our studio is a unique place to host shows – We can’t wait for First Friday events and new performance opportunities in the Fall!
Violin, Cello, Guitar, Bass, Piano, and Ensemble Performances at Philly Music Lessons
Our casual, home-style showcase of student work ended up being a great success! It marks the start of a Spring recital tradition of low-key performances at our space, which we hope grows into a series of community events where neighbors, kids, and passers-by can come and see what learning music is all about.
This was our first time hosting everyone here in our Fishtown/Kensington neighborhood. Up until now, we held our biannual recitals at other venues throughout Philly (The Church of the Holy Trinity on Rittenhouse Square in Center City, and the Ukrainian League in Fairmount). While we will continue to offer recitals at great spaces throughout the city (this Fall, the recital will be at the Ethical Society on Rittenhouse Square), we look forward to inviting students, teachers, and their families to our space again for some wine, cheese, and student performances at Philly Music Lessons next Spring. In the meantime, check out the highlights video from this years recital (above).
Spring Coffee House Recital May 30th With Student Performances in Cello, Violin, Piano, and Guitar
At Philly Music Lessons, Fishtown
This weekend, we will be holding a salon-style recital at our space in Fishtown. Families and friends will gather starting at 3PM to support students of all ages and skill levels (some performing for the first time!). Guests can enjoy wine, cheese, and music during 3 sections of performances. This recital has given students of guitar, violin, cello, and piano the chance to dedicate themselves to a single piece of music, polishing it to performance quality. We applaud them for their work ahead of time and also look forward to hearing it all on Saturday.
Recitals are important milestones, and so we always try to document these events. Each performance is filmed for students and families to enjoy, share, and reflect upon afterwards. By now some of our students have a few recitals under their belts and will surely enjoy looking back!
Stay tuned for this Spring’s 2015 Coffee House Recital Highlights and for updates on the 2015 Fall Recital, which will take place at the Ethical Society on Rittenhouse Square in Center City, Philadelphia. Cheers, and good luck to our students!