3 reasons why having a performing teacher benefits students in their private music lessons:
- Helps students learn by example. Seeing teachers perform as part of their life and career gives students an example for their own lives.
- Know the tools of a modern musician. Active performers (versus those who stopped performing long ago) know what it takes now to be a successful musician.
- Learn from a teacher with a passion for sharing their music with others. We believe that sharing music with others is one of the greatest joys it has to offer, whether that be with peers, friends, or an audience of hundreds!
Below are some upcoming performance to check out from our amazing teachers!
Upcoming Performances by New Groove Teaching Artists
Sydney Sings 10 Languages
March 27th, 2021 at 7:30pm ET
Sydney is one of our voice and piano teachers at New Groove! She’ll be singing in 10 languages, 10 different composers, lots of niche stuff that isn’t heard here in the U.S very often! This culturally driven recital will include lots of interesting music and facts about the pieces!
Find. out more here.
Patrick Hill’s Master’s Recital
April 9th, 2021 at 8:00pm ET
I will also be doing some of my original compositions. I look forward most to playing the music here in which I’ve spent writing over the semester. A big aspect of my Masters degree has been working toward bettering my compositional/arranging skills cultivating my own voice, figuring out what l personally love harmonically, melodically, and rhythmically. Studying this with my teachers has truly molded my perception of music into something truly unique I believe these past two years!”
Katie Hahn’s Recital
April 12th, 2021 at 8:00pm ET
Katie is one of our voice and piano teachers. Her recital will feature Mozart, Bellini, Strauss, R. Hahn, and Britten, I’m looking forward to presenting how much I have grown as a singer and artist throughout my undergrad! Thanks.
Watch for free here!
Danielle O’Hare’s Masters’ Recital
April 17th, 2021 at 1:00pm ET
Watch for free here!
Marisa Webster’s Recital
April 17th, 2021 at 2:30pm ET
Marisa iss our amazing trumpet teacher! She also teaches piano lessons as well. Repertoire for her upcoming recital includes Daahoud by Clifford Brown, I’ll Close My Eyes by Dinah Washington, andSophisticated Lady by Duke Ellington TBT Rhythm changes by Marisa Webster, Yearnin by Oliver Nelson, The Very Thought of You by Ray Noble, Live Laugh Love by Marisa Webster. It will also feature Micah Graves on piano, Stanley Ruvinov on bass, and Maria Marmarou on drums.
“I am super excited for the opportunity to make music with other musicians, play some of my favorite standards and premier two of my new original tunes! 😊 “
Kaleidoscopic, A Recital by Rick Barrantes
April 17th, 2021 at 7:00pm ET
“I’m looking forward to playing music from a diverse range of backgrounds, including 5 different continents and 3 living composers. All this music takes advantage of the rich range of the bassoon, to showcase different ethnic sounds through a wide variety of colors, rhythms, and styles.”
Alyssa’s. Senior Clarinet Recital
April 20th, 2021 at 4:00pm ET
“I am so excited to share my program for my last performance at Temple University! I will be performing Valerie Coleman’s Sonatine, Cantilène by Louis Cahuzac, Debussy’s Premiere Rhapsodie, “Abyss of the Birds” from Quartet for the End of Time, and Luigi Bassi’s Concert Fantasia On Motives from Verdi’s “Rigoletto.” I look forward to sharing music I am passionate about with friends and family, even on a remote platform!