Brianne Lundberg Music Lessons in Corona

Spring Music Recital 2018

Another year filled with incredible growth for my music students and studio! We recently held our Spring Recital to showcase everyone's musical progress.

For 7 students this was their first recital ever, and for 1 graduating senior it was her last before heading off to college. We had a total of 28 excellent performances, and everyone did a fantastic job! I am so proud of all my students!

View our Recital Program here with background notes about each piece.

Photos below. 

Performance List

Whistle While You Work (from Disney's animated feature Snow White), by Morey & Churchill
Theme from “Surprise” Symphony, by Haydn
Swan Lake, by Tchaikovsky
Winnie the Pooh, by the Sherman Brothers
Mickey Mouse March, by J. Dodd
Ode to Joy (Symphony No. 9), by Beethoven
A Spoonful of Sugar (from film Mary Poppins), by the Sherman Brothers
All the Pretty Little Horses, Folk Song
Spring Song, by Mendelssohn
Symphony No. 5 in C minor: Mvt 1, by Beethoven
Naughty (from the musical Matilda), by T. Minchin
Southern Roses Theme, by J. Strauss
Lavender’s Blue (from the film Cinderella), Folk Song
Carnival of the Animals: Finale, by Saint-Saëns
La Donna è Mobile (from the opera Rigoletto), by Verdi
Tarantella (The Spider Dance), arranged by J. W. Schaum
Somewhere In My Memory (from the film Home Alone), by J. Williams
Can You Feel the Love Tonight? (from Disney's animated feature The Lion King), by T. Rice & E. John
Back to December, by T. Swift
Chariots of Fire Main Theme, by Vangelis
Misty Night Blues, by M. Mier
Over the Rainbow (from the film The Wizard of Oz), by Harburg & Arlen
Sonata in C Major: Mvt 1, by Mozart
Corpse Bride Main Theme, by D. Elfman
Machiavellian Bach (from the video game Portal 2), adapted by M. Morasky
Along Stones River, by J. Akins
Springtime Daisies: One-Handed Waltz, by B. Lundberg
An Inspiration, by J. Akins

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