Open recitals allow parents to monitor their child's progress and success in music.
       



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Open Recitals
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Recitals include:

  • Playing selections they read during center time.
    • Piano
    • Xylophone
    • Keyboard
    • Recorder
  • Singing a solo.
  • Sing or perform as a group they have developed.
  • Perform rhythm compositions developed in the rhythm center.
  • Present a research paper on music history.
  • Sing or perform selections they have composed.
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Recitals can be limited to individual grade levels, or musical abilities, depending on the time and space.


"At our FIRST open recital - 21 students from kindergarten and first grade participated. It took one hour to complete. Our second recital involved all grades (k-5) and was held on two nights; 81 students, including autistic, self-contained LD, and BD participated!"

- Jess Buice, Music Literacy
La Belle Elementary School, Marietta, GA.



 
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