Pacific Library branch of Brooklyn Public Library – 2:30pm
Everyone is sounding so good and ready for this week’s recital. So here’s a reminder of the event. It’s at 2:30pm on the third floor of the library which is located at the intersection of Pacific Street and 4th Avenue – right near the Atlantic/Pacific subway stops and the Long Island Rail Road.
There is a GED class going on in that space until around 2pm so we need to set up quickly. I would appreciate any help from the parents as I’m not sure if the chairs will be arranged for us. Also help in cleaning up will be greatly appreciated. I’ll be bringing my digital piano and will set that up as soon as we are allowed too.
There will be 20 or 21 children performing each for between 1 minute and 3 minutes. So I expect the whole affair to be done within 45 to 60 minutes. We have the space until 4:30pm.
The space is provided free to community events and we must give thanks to librarian Salvador Salame. We hope to impress him so we can book a summer recital here too.
Please note, I plan on video recording the entire event and will share the clips on my website. if anyone prefers not to be included, please let me know.
Thanks and I look forward to seeing you on Saturday afternoon!
The recital will be open to the public at the Pacific Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library from 2:30pm to 4:30pm on Saturday, January 30, 2010. It was the first of the Andrew Carnegie libraries to open in Brooklyn in 1904 and features a lovely third floor light-filled auditorium with windows.
Special thanks to librarian Salvador Salame for the space.
We’re celebrating all the hard work, fun and music we’ve experienced this year. Come join us at the Music Recital on Saturday, June 13 at 1pm in the community room downstairs at the Park Slope branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.
I expect that 10 or so of my students will be performing but all my students, family and friends are encouraged and welcome to attend.