Fall Recital 2017

Fall Recital 2017

Recitals on RittenhouseIt’s that time again! No, not the holidays; the Philly Music Lessons Fall Recital! This year’s Fall Recital will be held on December 2nd at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia. All Philly Music Lessons students are encouraged to sign up for a slot at either of the first two concert times. The third time will be used if necessary for overflow.

If you’ve never performed in public before, don’t worry! You can talk to your teacher about what you might want to perform and they can help get you signed up and ready to go.

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

  • Set 1 at 12:00pm
  • Set 2 at 1:30pm
  • Set 3 at 3:00pm – (possible time based on participation)

If you’ve been waiting all this time to finally show the world that you’re the next big thing, now’s your chance! Show everyone what you’ve got by bringing your favorite songs and pieces to the Fall 2017 Philly Music Lessons Recital!  Not only do you get to perform yourself, but you also get the chance to see what everyone else at Philly Music Lessons is up to.

Show off your skills to friends and family alike right on Rittenhouse Square!

I am a composer and choral singer living in Philadelphia. I have a Master's of Music degree in Composition from Temple University, and a Bachelor's of Music in Music Education from Mansfield University. I've composed chamber operas for the Philly Fringe Festival, and written several short film scores. During my time at Temple University, I worked with the Momenta String quartet when they were in residency at the Boyer College of Music and Dance, and premiered a new orchestral work with the ConTemplum Orchestra. My most recent work is a Piano Quartet written for the Atlantic Music Festival. My teachers have been Steven Stucky, Erik Lundborg, and Matthew Greenbaum.


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