Formal Recitals – Offered twice a year (usually December and May), these recitals are open to students who have completed a minimum of 10 consecutive lessons and at the teacher’s discretion . Students may perform 1 – 2 pieces. Memorization is required for these recitals. These recitals are performed at the Baum Opera House in historic, downtown Miamisburg.
Informal Recitals – Offered 1 – 2 times a year (usually in the summer), these recitals are open to any current student. These recitals are usually, but not always, performed at Sycamore Glen Retirement Community or Bethany Lutheran Village for the residents.
Trick or Treat ‘n Tunes Recital (usually the third week of October)- For students ages 12 and under, this recital is a fun performance. Students may wear their Halloween costume while performing. Memorization is strongly encouraged, but not required. Treats are guaranteed to follow!
An Evening of Song (seasons vary) – For students ages 16 and older, this recital is an opportunity for our adult students to present to each other and friends & family what they have been working on. These recitals are usually performed at the Baum Opera House in Historic Miamisburg.
Bella Musica Students will present “Trick or Treat ‘n Tunes” on Monday, October 28, 2019 at 7:00 PM at Bella Musica Lesson Studios (Sarah’s house). This fun, casual recital is a great opportunity for students to play for each other, family, and friends in low-stress environment.
Students are encouraged to wear their Halloween Costumes during the performance.
This event is free and fans are welcome to attend!
Bella Musica students will present a formal student recital at 4:00 PM at the Baum Opera House in downtown Miamisburg. There will be a brief reception immediately following the recital. For more information on what to expect, who can participate, and more details visit our student recitals page.
Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Holiday Student Recitals!
26 Bella Musica students performed in the Holiday Student Recitals on December 8, 2013, representing a variety of instruments (piano, voice, and flute). There was a wide selection of musical genres heard from classical, to jazz, to contemporary. Everyone performed beautifully!
With over 100 people in attendance, it was a great way to close our fall semester and bring in the holidays!