We look forward to welcoming friends and family to this upcoming event. One benefit to the virtual format is the ability to “attend” regardless of geographic location!
The recital will be held on Zoom:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 831 2301 4333
Before the Recital (students only):
Enable “Original Sound” in your Zoom Settings (Go to Audio menu, check the box for Show in-meeting option to enable “Original Sound”). This allows your audio to be optimized for music rather than for speech.
When it’s time for the recital, click the Zoom link to join the recital. You will see your Original Sound status (off or on) at the top left-hand corner of your screen. If it is off, click it to turn it on.
During the Recital (all):
Please DO use the Chat feature for comments/compliments on performances.
If we experience technical difficulties during the event, refer back to this page for any updates.
- The recital is expected to last approximately one hour.
Order of Play:
- Samuel Levine: Calypso Crazy (by Austin)
- Katie Werry: Up on the Housetop (by Hanby, arr. Matz)
- Hazel Werry: Angels We Have Heard on High (Traditional, arr. Faber)
- Zalya Behrens: Joy to the World (by Handel, arr. Faber)
- Millie Glotfelty: Deck the Halls (Traditional Welsh Carol, arr. Alexander)
- Isaiah Anderson: Frosty the Snowman (by Nelson & Rollins, arr. Kowalchyk)
- Cora Heilman: Silent Night (by Gruber, arr. Faber) (duet with Mom/aka Erin Heilman)
- Judah Anderson: Jingle Bells (by Pierpont, arr. Faber)
- Calvin Heilman: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Traditional, arr. Faber)
- Sarah Levine: A Million Dreams (by Pacek & Paul)
- Stella Werry: Little Drummer Boy (by Onorati & Simeone, arr. Vandall)
- Anika Berkholz: Winter Wonderland (by Bernard, arr. Faber)
- Elizabeth Cornell: The First Noel (Traditional French Carol, arr. Matz)
- Luke Anderson: Carol of the Bells (by Leontovich, arr. Bober)
- Cooper Keddie: Jingle Blues (by Pierpont, arr. Olson)
- Cooper Stout: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (by Marks, arr. Olson) (duet with Mom/aka Anne Scheuerman Stout)
- Linnea Anderson: Away in a Manger (by Spilman, Murray, and Kirkpatrick, arr. Leaf)
- Max Berkholz: Go Tell It on the Mountain (Traditional, arr. Springer)
- Autumn Berkholz: Silver Bells (by Livingston & Evans, arr. Keveren)
- Erik Peterson: Believe (by Ballard & Silvestri) (duet with Mom/aka Mindy Peterson)
“Music learning is a present, wrapped up in a big red bow. By its very nature music learning is being understood by researchers and educators as an experience that promotes brain development through activating and challenging the brain to grow in a multidimensional way. In turn, that multidimensional growth promotes the rounded, expansive and nuanced growth of a little human who, given the opportunity, will learn to love the feeling of frustration.”
– Dr. Anita Collins, The Music Advantage