It happens at least once in every recital. And when it does… the little one sitting on Dad’s lap stops fidgeting… the impatient sibling in the back row stops folding programs into paper airplanes… and the audience abandons polite applause in favor of giddy hoots, whoops, and thunderous applause.
Yup… it’s that moment when a teen piano student absolutely rocks your recital… when a teen piano student plays with so much passion and power that the audience is completely awestruck.
And when this happens at your next piano recital, chances are it will be in reaction to a student playing a piece from How To Rock Your Next Recital… a resource that contains the teen music that will “bring down the house” come recital season. How To Rock Your Next Recital is Teach Piano Today’s PianoBookClub Book of the Month for March.
But, of course, as with all of our books, it’s also way more than just rockin’ recital music! How To Rock Your Next Recital is packed with the “oh-so-cool” repertoire your intermediate students need to practice decoding (crunching!) left-hand accompaniments in seven major keys, giving them the skills required to learn and memorize music with ease…
How To Rock Your Next Recital was March 2017’s Book of the Month from PianoBookClub. To see this month’s book visit PianoBookClub.com.