Save the date! Our spring concert is scheduled for Thursday, April 4th at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts. More details to follow after the winter break. Happy Holidays!
Have you ever seen a pawpaw fruit? Students in 3-5 music have been learning a song called, “Way Down Yonder in the Paw Paw Patch” We have been singing the song with traditional autoharp accompaniment. The song also goes with a folk dance!
I have attached more information about the concert! 3-5ParentLogistics
Here is the pre-order link for the concert DVD’s. You can also order an electronic copy of the concert: link to order Fall 2018 Archway Lincoln 3-5 concert
I look forward to seeing everyone on November 15th!
Greetings, Archway Lincoln Parents and Guardians!
Believe it or not, the fourth annual, mandatory Archway Lincoln Fall Concert is fast approaching. It will be held on Thursday, November 15th at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts, 4132 E. Pecos Road Gilbert, AZ 85295.
The 3-5 concert will be 7-8 p.m. with students arriving at 6:30 p.m.
Attire for concerts is as follows:
Boys: White dress shirt, black pants, black dress shoes, and black socks. Hair should be combed neatly.
Girls: White top, black skirt (black tights optional), or black dress pants, and black dress shoes. Hair should be styled neatly.
Working with your children is a delight and privilege. I look forward to enjoying this beautiful event with you. If you have any questions, please reach out to me at email@example.com
Thank you for all you do!
3-5 Music Teacher │Archway Lincoln Classical Academy
Please feel free to share information with me about upcoming recitals. I may be able to make it! Here is information about an upcoming performance by one of our Archway Lincoln parents, Dr. Luis Rodriguez-Morales: Grand Canyon University faculty recital
Save the date! The fall concert is scheduled for Thursday, November 15th at the Higley Center for the Performing Arts. The 3-5 portion of the program will take place from 7-8PM, soon after the K-2 program has finished. There is no need to stay for the K-2 portion of the program unless you have a second child in grades K,1 or 2.
Students are already working on their tone quality, pitch, notes and lyrics. Now we are on to “flourishes” such as instrument color, movement, expression, phrasing, dynamics, posture and riser procedures. The concert is a chance for the students to show off their skills! More information to follow.
September is here! Here are our new composers of the month:
Grade 3: Handel
Grade 4: Schubert