Benefits to performing before piano exams
There are many benefits to performing piano in front of others, and it’s fun too! First, it is especially before you practice for a Royal Conservatory of Music Exam. Secondly, you can develop confidence in playing. Thirdly, goals help students keep focused.
Did you know we spoke to a Royal Conservatory of Music examiner and got the inside scoop with how to prepare? Check out our Royal Conservatory Interview, here.
Check out this amazing Royal Conservatory of Music student, what a success!
Are there benefits to performing piano in general?
Yes! There’s much to learn in performing because it’s not something that students do often.
- Students gain exposure presenting in front of others in music concerts
- Students who practice piano are rewarded when they perform in front of others. They can share their success with their family!
- Concerts are fun! Check out our valentines day 2019 piano concert, here.
“I really like to play for others, and it’s why I practice” – Addain
Where do Feely Piano students perform?
Feely Piano students often perform in hospitals, libraries, private homes, and concert halls! We have a new upcoming performance in March at STUDIO 89 in Mississauga and we are very excited!
Details for STUDIO 89 concert:
March 31st, Studio 89 Mississauga, 12:00-1:00
Join Feely Piano School students who perform in a chill environment! All students of all ages are welcome to join and play their songs that are works in progress! You can play your songs for your exams, too! This is especially a good opportunity for students to practice presenting in front of others as well!.
Come grab a coffee, sip, and enjoy! Students, you too! Can you imagine how you’ll grow and learn? There’s so many benefits to performing piano because students learn to set goals and achieve them too!