Friday, June 29, 2018

Spring Piano Recital '18

With preparing for Lexie's graduation I failed to blog about the kids piano recital. It saddens me to write that this will be their last year with Ms. Nora. She was their teacher for three years. She was the most patient teacher that I found for Noah when he was five. He has picked up playing very well, and every now and then will nonchalantly sit at the piano and play all his old songs he learned while being her student. She was a wonderful, patient, kind, fun, loving friend/teacher and she will be missed. 

With preparing for Lexie's graduation for the past couple of weeks I failed to blog about the kids piano recital. It saddens me to write that this will be their last year with Ms. Nora. She was their teacher for three years. She was the most patient teacher that I found for Noah when he was five. He has picked up playing very well, and every now and then will nonchalantly sit at the piano and play all his old songs he learned while being her student. She was a wonderful, patient, kind, fun, loving friend/teacher and she will be missed. 

Chelsea plans on playing piano in her free time, but has had her heart set on the cello. She wanted to start last year, but with still settling in our new place couldn't find a cello teacher, and so we figured that one more year of piano wouldn't hurt. I'll be searching for a cello teacher in the Princeton area, and hope that I find one that suits her. 

Noah is fearless, and full of energy, and is beginning to become one athletic kid. I wish i can put them in all kinds of activities, but  time and money permit us from doing so. Besides, I would never pack their schedule with activities. He is really big on gymnastics,tennis, basketball, soccer, and dance. Although he likes the drums we don't have a garage, or room for noise in our house. He does enjoy piano, and we will continue to have him in lessons, and possibly a dance or gymnastics class. We just need to find good teachers!
I love that they want to be active, and are willing to try new things. It gives them a drive, and are happy when they like doing something they love. 

It is always nice attending their recitals, and hope that their future in music will continue to blossom whether it's in school, or in private. 

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