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Concert day begins well before the actual day and there is a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes. All this hard work culminates in an amazing, action packed day full of music and lots of talented performers.

Almost as soon as we finish one concert we need to start planning the next.dynamicrhythms music concert Miss Elise The venue must be booked about 10 months out to secure a date within the time frame that works.

At the beginning of the year we all put our heads together to try and come up with a fun theme. Really to tell the truth, we manage to fit any music to any theme but half the fun is trying :).

In the months leading up to the concert notes are handed out, lists are compiled and we begin gathering details of performers and the pieces they will play. Without fail, there are always last minute changes. Some students are sick, some change their mind about the piece they wish to play and there are always logistical problems with clashes of other commitments.

Laura and I spend alot of time trying to design and produce props that will add to your experience of the concert

As well as props, we create a Powerpoint display that showcases your child or their class and the piece they are playing.

Last minute preparations are always hectic. Audio tracks to compile and adjust, lighting plans, running sheets as well as preparing colouring in to keep the students amused back stage. Also lots of programs to complete and print. …… and reprint when we make mistakes…oops.

Concert day is here! Early start for us today. Lots of work to do setting up our keyboards, decorations and testing audio.

We have become a bit of a Pro at setting up but sometimes there are last minute fixes to add to the stress.

The students typically arrive 30 minutes before the show starts. This way they are settled in backstage and have found their teacher and friends.

There will be a big TV backstage that shows the concert in a live feed to keep everyone entertained.


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Once we are underway the concerts go smoothly. All the performers are always amazing some of the performances give me goosebumps. We occasionally have a little bit of stage fright with our littlies in the Kinderbeat group but with a bit of help from Miss Laura  they perform beautifully and get the biggest cheer.

With 50 to 60 students back stage you would think it was going to be bedlam but with the amazing help of all of the teachers, the concert flows and runs without a hitch.

All of our teachers are all truly awesome! Not only making sure students were ready and prepared, but also escorting littlies to the toilet, helping with costume changes, colouring in and supervising and encouraging!

Once the concert is over, everyone can be picked up from the side door and marked off the roll.

Concerts are lot’s of fun, lot’s of music, lot’s of talented students and lot’s of work. We hope to see you there!

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