The Music Factory’s Online Recital
October 30 @ 6:00 pm8:00 pm
The Music Factory Presents: A Spooktakular Music Recital
The Music Factory presents its second all digital recital, featuring live and pre-recorded performances. The recital is open to the public and so are enrollments for private music lessons which are available both in person, and online!
Students of all ages will be celebrating their personal growth both as artists, and as individuals that continue to make music that enriches their lives and community. The event is an exercise in social distancing, but this recital also marks a special moment for us all because we have a chance to acknowledge what this challenging time meant to each of us. Whether or not remote learning at first seemed ideal, as the music world stood still, moving the Music Factory experience into a virtual space turned out to be a lifeline for teachers and for students of all ages and walks of life. As we each adapted to new technology that was fortunately available, this moment was very much a confirmation of why one on one music instruction is enduring and vital. Person to person, whether in the same room or a thousand miles away will always enrich lives.
For those that tune in, anticipate a heady mix of inspired covers and fresh compositions. In many cases students are using this platform to present world premiers for their friends and family.
Facebook Live Stream: https://www.facebook.com/musicfactorynw/
Youtube Live Stream: https://youtube.com/channel/UCX23PqUzhmcIS3ZEGQfvgWA
The Music Factory is proud to employ a select group of music professionals that make their living within the highly competitive world of music. We seek out the best musicians and people from our greater Seattle music community, and the world.
As we expand upon our ability to bridge time and space with new technology we have begun to make great names available that are friends of The Music Factory, such as Blake Lewis, Kevin Sawka, and other national artists.
Our Fall Recital is a unique moment of reflection and growth in all of our lives as students and instructors. This Halloween themed program is going to be an opportunity to inspire one another and work towards even bigger musical moments we’ll share when live music and schools reopen.
“We never stop learning. And that’s one of the greatest lessons that music teaching can ever provide a student, and their instructor. It’s not just a teaching moment, learning is a skill and music is a craft that strengthens the mind and spirit across many mediums. Music prepares us for challenges to come.”
Founder and Owner, Ari Joshua
This Fall we will miss watching our students perform at legendary Seattle music venues. But on the other hand, our instructors have been buzzing more than ever about the growth we see in our students, as they use remote learning as an opportunity to reach beyond their own understanding of their own abilities. In many cases students are investing their time in multiple takes to create a pre-recorded recital that has left both student and instructor smiling,
Last round of the digital recital one 10 year old student commented “I didn’t I didn’t know I could do that.” To which the teacher replied “Well now you know, and now you know you can.”
The Music Factory is currently open for limited one on one instruction, following local, state, and national guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe and healthy learning environment. The Music Factory and its instructors are available remotely anywhere in the world.
The Music Factory’s mission and vision is to cultivate creativity and teach valuable life lessons through music. We welcome students of all ages and levels. Our uniqueness is shown through our highly skilled staff and their ability to meet each student’s individual needs with compassion and love.
Ari Joshua – (206) 579-5858 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Hepburn – (206) 947-0173 – email@example.com