Information if you are interested in recording for the Online Recital now in Library

Well.... now mid-Covid 2020 we are required to be both musically inclined and technically proficient! In lieu of GMG's usual performing opportunities, we have now turned to performing utilizing Zoom, YouTube, and various apps, as well as an array of smart phones, tablets, cameras, and even microphones. Got questions? Check out the resources posted in the library. There's a new file about recording from your Iphone directly to Youtube that gives step-by-step instructions.


So be brave, make your best effort, and take heart that some sort of normal lies ahead. This is how it is for now, and actually allows for development of our skills in a new way. If you're not ready for the May 27th deadline, then plan for another upcoming recital. Challenging - yes. So is walking up to the stage. And we face that challenge with grace and dignity, skills that transfer to other aspects of our lives all the time. Let this just be another opportunity.

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