Online Recital Flourishing Process Starts

Zoom Online Recital

Date/Time: Tuesday 12/15 1:00 p.m. -

Since May 27th more than fifty pieces of music have been performed by twenty-three performers. We really appreciate Sam Smith who has been managing the recitals.

Now we will make this success go up to the next stage.

What's new?

  • Online Musicale in Zoom on the 15th of every month 1:00 p.m. -

  • The program will be sent to the audience before the meeting.

  • We will listen to the music the attending performers submitted.

  • The attending performers will explain about the music - studying process, technical difficulties, the reason of choosing the music and receive questions from the audience.

  • Each performer will submit her/his bio, headshot, and YouTube link (or mp3 link), and the explanation about the music by 13th of the month.

What will not change?

  • If you will not participate in the Zoom online Recital, you don't have to do any of the above.

  • You will do the same way as you have been doing.

The reasons of the Zoom Online Recitals are to:

  • Provide everyone in the meeting to discuss the music and performance together.

  • Provide the performers an opportunity to receive listener's voices in real time.

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