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General Recital Information:

Venue: Collingwood Neighbourhood House, 5288 Joyce street. Multipurpose Room – to the right of the entrance.

Underground parking available.

Students and their guests are designated to one of the six 30 minute groups.

Please arrive 5 minutes before your performance group’s time slot and remain outside the recital hall until instructed otherwise.

Please have your vaccination passport and ID ready.

Please do not stay to watch other time slots.

How do I register my guests?
Please register your guests by filling up the Form below.

Will the Recital also be Live Streamed?
Yes!

The Recital will be streamed LIVE on CW Music’s YouTube Channel — www.youtube.com/CWMusicVancouver

Your guests that are unable to attend can tune in and watch!

Subscribe to our channel to get notified of when we go LIVE!

What do I do after I perform?
After the conclusion of each group performance, students will be called up on stage and presented with a certificate. Special awards will also be presented at this time.

Once called, please stay on stage with your certificate in anticipation of a group photo.

After the group photo, students can have a brief photo op with their families by the CW Music backdrop with their cameras.

Please leave promptly as to allow sufficient time for the next performance group.

Each performer goes home with a gift!

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Safety Protocol:

You may be required to fill up a Health Screening Form with CNH.

Please present your vaccination passport and ID before entry into the recital hall.

New CNH Policy: If you have been outside of the country by land or plane in the last 14 days, you will not be able to participate in any activities taking place at CNH, including our recital.

Please sanitize your hands and wear your mask at all times during the recital. Performers may remove their mask on stage.

Please pay attention to our host Emma Franco who will outline and clarify the safety guidelines of our recital.

Electric Scooter Raffle:

All students enrolled in the Academic Term are automatically entered for a chance to win an Electric Scooter!

Join us on our LIVE STREAM on YouTube to find out who will win it!

Register by Nov. 30th to get 1 month FREE (Early Bird Special)!

ADVANTAGES OF GROUP MUSIC LESSONS

  • Improved motivation to practice. A good stepping-stone to private lessons in the future. The environment of our group music or dance classes is non-competitive. With positive peer pressure, students are inspired to learn and practice more frequently at home. This enables a student to learn good practice habits and responsibility — a precursor to private music lessons and other life skills.
  • Boosted teamwork skills & confidence. Students in group music classes must work together to reach concrete goals, such as an end-of-term performance. This promotes team building skills and builds confidence.
  • Increased socialization and sense of community. With the pandemic, socialization has been very limited. We are excited to safely bring back group lessons with smaller group sizes. In group classes, students can meet new friends with similar interests and form new social circles. This motivates a student to continue studying and practicing their instruments & dance routines.
  • Reduced risk of stage fright. Practicing in front of peers in group settings can empower students, boost confidence and help students overcome stage fright! From experience as educators, we can speak to this from our own participation in group activities. What a rush of happiness and pride it is when we all bow together at the end of a performance to an applauding crowd. And, hey! Our groups will absolutely get to experience all of this in June, at our end-of-term concert!

But what if I’m already in private lessons?
If you are already enrolled in private lessons, good on you! We also encourage you to join a group activity to learn important team building skills. After all, a musician or dancer does not necessarily always perform alone on stage (how odd would that be for a lead guitarist to have no backing?) — they must have the skills to adapt to playing solo and playing in a group.

Parents, if you have any questions as to whether you feel your child is ready for a group class, please let us know. There is much evidence and ongoing research on the benefits of music, dance and the arts in the lives of young children. In the words of Plato, “I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning.”