Most of Puget Sounds Piano School's students participated in the National Federation of Music Club's annual music festival. Festival took place this year in Bellevue on March 10th. Bravo, students!
Twenty of the studio's early risers came and played bright and early this past Saturday at our annual Valentine's Piano Parties. Their efforts were rewarded with several fun music theory games that involved candy. Bravo students!
We are in the midst of our December studio recitals: last week audience enjoyed 7 well-played programs, and tomorrow we'll get to hear another 6. Congratulations, students!
Our Spooky Piano Parties were a hit this past weekend! Extra kudos to students for performing in sometimes complicated costumes...
Puget Sounds students played in a unique venue last Wednesday evening as part of the International Make Music Day festivities- the Historic Shell Station on Front Street! The weather was beautiful, the crowd was supportive, and the students all played very well (despite the light breeze providing impromptu page turns periodically!) Bravo, students.
Our spring recitals are this weekend- all 13 of them! Students have been practicing hard, and the programs are well-prepared and diverse, ranging from solos, to duets, to even a few piano trios.
Several of Puget Sounds' adult students provided beautiful solo piano music at the May 5 Issaquah Wine Walk. The crowd was lively and appreciative!
Puget Sounds' top students were acknowledged and inspired at our annual Honor's Recital this past Sunday, April 2. This year, we had the treat of hosting it at the Columbia City Theater, and students played on the same instrument used by Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, and other musical legends. Congratulations, students!
Many Puget Sounds Piano School students participated in the NFMC Music Festival this past Saturday on Mercer Island. Bravo, students!