Music Learning Center Recitals

Parent’s Guide to the Music Learning Center Student Recitals

Recitals provide a unique way to educate students and the audience alike in the art of making music. They are an integral part of the learning process, and while participation is not required, every student is encouraged to do so. Since the Music Learning Center holds three recitals each school year, there are opportunities for students to perform in the recital(s) that best fits their preparation and schedule. The fall (November) and spring (June) recital series are open to all students to perform. The Student Showcase (March) is for our intermediate and advanced students as well as student and teacher duos and ensembles. Students who have chosen not to perform are welcome to attend. The MLC Student Recitals are also open to the public and there is no admission fee. Instructors work with students to choose appropriate repertoire. The actual sign-up process begins approximately six weeks prior to the recital weekend.

Approximately three to four weeks prior to the recital weekend, an MLC OFFICE EMAIL will announce the recital sections that the instructors have been assigned and other important information about the recital. If your family has an unresolvable conflict with your section assignment, you may contact the MLC office. We will do our best to accommodate you. Please note: your instructor will only be present at the recital section that the student was originally assigned to. Also, if the student is being accompanied by their teacher or MLC’s accompanist, then the student will need to attend their originally assigned recital section.

Information for our Spring 2024 Recitals, June 22nd & 23rd, with three separate sections each day. Teacher/Student section assignments will be announced via email on May 20th.

  • Suggested Attire: Neat Casual (no Jeans)
  • Students are asked to arrive at the Recital Hall 20 minutes before the start of their recital section. This will allow adequate time for parking and receiving instructions from your teacher.
  • Please plan on staying for the full recital section which should run about one hour.