Thursday, June 5, 2014

The Hunters


The annual music recital  by Torrance Music was held at Memorial Baptist Church last June 1st.  It's Ms. Burrito's  second year with them.  The music  she played is the  piece that she won first prize with  during the 6th Annual KIngsley S. Ard memorial  talent show on March 28 at Milton J. Weinberg Theater, Weir High Campus.

We are torn whether to leave or continue  taking piano lessons  at Torrance because  her teacher there is  such a nice lady and she is very good  with Ms. Burrito.  She will be starting   the music program at Doquesne University  this September so I don't know what we are going to do.
Anyway, here are some of the photos we took during the event.
I wasn't able to capture good pictures during  her performance.  I totally regret that I did not bring my 200mm lens for the camera.  I thought that we would be able to  have a seat close to the front  since we went there early but no, the seats were already filled when we arrived, sigh.
Our little Mister said that he is ready to take  guitar lesson since  he saw many guitar  performances.  EJ can play piano too but it is not his thing.
Our great friends in the neighborhood came to watch the  recital as well.  Here with the Howells' ladies, Angie, Sarah, and LIzzy.  Thanks for coming guys!
Lolo Don Fancher also came  but Lola Ruth did not make it.
It was a really nice  recital I must say.  The little Miss did really well.  I am glad that her nerves  did not overcome her ability to perform her piece as she was really nervous while waiting for the show to start.  Below is the video that my husband took using his iPhone.  
Thank you for watching and for leaving your thoughts!

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