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Kitchen Music Studios Concerts offer all Kitchen Music students (like you!) an opportunity to work toward a performance goal. Goals are very good motivators! And, of course, the performances offer a chance for friends and family to come together, to support and to celebrate a musician’s accomplishments and love of music.

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Young Songwriters Course Kitchen Music Studios
Sunday, March 3rd, 2024.
0am to 5:00pm
—Hugh's Room—
296 Broadview Avenue

Sign up below if you're interested in participating in one of the concerts! We will be in touch with all the details including performance times, etc. through email.
You will be placed in one of three, four or five concerts on concert day, and we'll send you the official schedule a week before your concert day. Kitchen Music concerts usually run less than one hour per concert.

Hand sanitizer and disposable masks will be available. Please pre-screen at home for covid or flu symptoms before attending in-person concerts.

There is a $20 participation fee required from students to help offset the cost of the events. But it's free for family and friends to come and cheer you on!

Deadline to sign up is Thursday, February 22nd. Sign up below.

Thanks for signing up!We'll be in touch with more details soon. See you at the concert!

Participation Fee

Photo/Video recording of Kitchen Music students and activities

We are so proud of our students and their progress! From time to time, Kitchen Music Studios records and photographs our students’ activities to promote the studio. This material is used for our website, social media, newsletter, and print marketing materials. By enrolling at Kitchen Music Studios and/or participating in student activities coordinated by Kitchen Music Studios, you automatically consent to the above. If you do not want to consent to the above, you may opt out by sending an email to the studio expressing your wish to opt out.

"We really enjoyed the concert on Sunday. It felt a bit like an emotional journey, going from that sweet, little boy plonking out Ode to Joy on the Uke for his very first time, with everyone on the edge of their seats rooting for him, right through to that sweet teenager on piano showing us all how it's all done with Chopin. It was so great!"

- KMS Parent

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