Benefit Recitals

Students of all ages enjoy performing music outside the standard classical repertoire. The intention in these Just for Fun recitals is to showcase soloists and ensembles playing light music, such as show tunes, jazz, popular, contemporary and original arrangements. Music that is not jazz, pop, etc. should fit the theme of the recital (e.g., Mendelssohn’s Spring Song).

Both solo repertoire and ensemble music are welcome.  Ensemble members may include the student’s teacher, parent, sibling and another piano student or instrumentalist.  Students may perform more than one piece.  However, there is a 5 minute limit per student (or ensemble.

Although memorization is not required, pieces should be well-prepared and performance ready Click here for suggestions on making sure students are well-prepared.

There is a $15 nonrefundable entry fee per student performer (tax deductible).  It is helpful if teachers collect checks from parents and submit them with the application to make sure information about the student and piece is accurate.  In an ensemble, each performer should submit a check for $15 (except teachers who are accompanying students).

A Spring Fling and Halloween Hoot Recital are held each year with registration forms available a month before the recital.  Rosters usually fill quickly for these programs, so it’s important to enroll promptly.

Click here for Spring Fling dates and information

Click here for Halloween Hoot dates and information

Because this is a benefit recital to support music students in our community, contributions in excess of the registration fee are always welcome!

Both recitals are free for audience members, however, donations are greatly appreciated and will be accepted at the door.

*Please Note: All piano students must currently be studying with a member of the AAAPTG to be eligible to participate in the Spring Fling and Halloween Hoot Recitals.