Imagine attending a music recital in the great outdoors. You bring your whole family, a picnic lunch and your young performers with their music ready to share with the milling throngs. This was the most recent music recital for the Heritage Home Conservatory students. We, at HHC, are always striving to provide our students with the best instructors, the best music education and performance experiences and help them retain their music for a lifetime. Please enjoy some of the wonderful pictures from our event.
We are now preparing for our up-coming musical events which will be held in two different retirement centers in our community. Our young students will be sharing their holiday music with elderly people who will be, I am quite certain, thrilled to enjoy their musical accomplishments.
And, if you're wondering when the adult students get to perform, well this coming Saturday, November 2, 2013, there will be a gathering for an informal "musicale". However, only for the adult student - no kids allowed. That's only by the choice of the adult students since they feel so intimated by young students who they feel play much better. I say, the more the merrier, but then I'm just happy the adults are willing to play in public.
Music knows no age. There's something for everyone and learning a musical instrument provides so many benefits to each and every age group.
If you're just thinking and dreaming about the possibilities of becoming involved with music studies, please call or email us. We'd love to tailor a music education program just for you. Hope to hear from you soon
Marlene Cooper-Williams, President/CEO - Heritage Home Conservatory