There is a lot going on this month! I’ll try to be as brief as possible
WRAPPING UP THIS MONTH:
to learn new things! Just making a few minutes for a few weeks is exposing many students to new information. Great work everyone!
late October I’ll be sending out a survey to get your feedback on the book and the conversation format. Your input is valuable, so watch for that email with the survey link!
various “points of balance” as described in materials available from http://bodymap.org/main/ and how that is relevant to our playing and everyday life. It is my hope that being aware of these balance points can help us develop greater ease and comfort in playing.
ONGOING or STARTING:
would be wonderful to have a party for the top 6 or so practicers at the end of the semester! To keep track of where everyone is, beginning next week there will be a sheet on the bulletin board where participants can update their totals each week.
Registrations are coming in for this fun opportunity to play along with other students! Please confirm with me if you wish or participate and whether you prefer for me to add you to the list or wish to receive the link to register yourself. We would like to have preliminary registrations in by October 10 so that we can select appropriate repertoire for all participants. Feel free to ask me if you have questions!
There is so much wonderful repertoire from diverse traditions and cultural celebrations. As musicians it’s important that we take the opportunity this holiday season to learn as much as we can!
learns. Here are links to the videos we watched this month.
will be NO lessons or groups that week.
that day due to how you celebrate the holiday please let me know ASAP. While I can’t reschedule groups, there is the possibility that if I know sufficiently in advance I may be able to offer a reschedule option for your lesson.
Bloomington Symphony Orchestra will present the first concert of our 50th anniversary season this Sunday, October 6. 7:00PM at the Buskirk-Chumely Theater. I’m playing in the viola section. Hope to see you there! Some helpful links:
Whew - I think that about covers it. Happy practicing, and see you in lessons! Miss Sarah