Revised lesson schedule

Here are a couple more changes to our School Year Lesson Schedule. Please review and let us know if you have any questions. Again, we have a few open spots. If you get someone to sign up for a month of lessons, you get a free lesson! Ask for our business cards for your friends!

Stars Wars performance

In honor of the May 4th anniversary of Star Wars, many of our piano students did a Star Wars music theory worksheet and played the Star Wars Theme. Below Adrian and Ms. Laura are playing the theme as a duet. Adrian has only been taking piano for a few months. He practices a lot, and it shows!

Adrian

summer schedule 2019

Posted below is our tentative lessons schedule for summer which will begin the week of June 3. As you will see from the schedule, most students have stayed in their school year day/time slots. This doesn’t mean, however, that you or your student cannot change days/times for the summer. Also please note that a few students are not listed. We would like to have more time on Thursdays for long camping weekends which means not having lessons past 6 on Thursdays. If you do not see your or your students’ name on the schedule, please discuss with us a day/time based on our open slots for the summer. Thank you!

A new student to welcome


We want to extend a warm Larimer Music welcome to our newest student, Dena. Dena is an 8 year old piano student who is fluent in Russian, so we’ve welcomed her in English and Russian. Dena has already introduced us to a Russian piano book, and we are thrilled to be working with her.

Student Performances

Several of our students performed recently. Two of our young pianists, 8 year old Iris and 8 year old Riley, played piano solos in their elementary school talent shows. They both did a great job. Below is Iris’ performance:

Iris performing Hedwig’s Theme at her school talent show last week. Great job Iris!

Posted by Larimer Music on Sunday, April 7, 2019



Our student, Brent, 12 years old, recently competed in a Fine Arts Festival in Lafayette, Indiana. Brent has been working on playing and singing at the same time which is always difficult, but so essential for a singer/pianist! He has been playing and singing at the same time practically since he began lessons. He is getting better everyday. Way to work Brent! Here is his performance:

Brent's vocal/piano at Fine Arts.Larimer Music

Posted by Kelli Bogdan on Saturday, April 6, 2019

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