This year’s online concert was held on Sunday 14th May.
A big thank you to everyone who performed, everyone who watched the concert and all our teachers!
The whole event was streamed to Youtube, live online.
You can watch a recording of the whole live online concert here:
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Download the concert programme here:
Every year, we bring our students and teachers together from all over the world, for the biggest Music Lessons Anywhere event – the annual student concert.
An edited video of last year’s online concert:
Last year’s concert was on Saturday 4th June 2016.
The concert was webcast live on the Music Lessons Anywhere Youtube Live Stream so anyone, anywhere in the world could watch the event as it happened.
Here are the live online Spring Concert programmes (click the images to download the programmes):
The first image below is a diagram to show how the live online concert works.
Click the images for a larger view.
The concert venue is the function room at Orgiva Camping. We hire a grand piano and local students perform to friends and family in the venue, joined by online piano students from around the world who play live online, through Skype or Google Hangouts, projected onto a screen in the venue.
Sur In English newspaper and Soltalk magazine have published editorials about this year’s online Skype concert (click the images to read the articles):
During the 2016 Spring Concert I received an email from my music teacher from my school days (over 30 years ago, who I’d not heard from since then!) saying he was enjoying watching the Live Stream, having heard about the online concert from an article which appeared in the Barnsley Chronicle newspaper. I’m originally from Barnsley, Yorkshire, England. Click the image to read the article:
There are many videos of individual performances from previous online concerts on my Youtube channel and we have a couple of photo galleries from the online concert from 2014 (thanks to Luis & Elsa, and Robert Faulds):
Last year’s concert was covered by Southern Spain based newspaper Sur In English on page 35. Or click the image below to read the article:
Music Lessons Anywhere student Skype piano student Zhaleh (in Kuwait) played the santoor, a Middle Eastern stringed instrument: