Magic Flute: Workshop

December 15th, 2019

3:00pm

10 Fairview Avenue Verona, NJ 07044

Event Details

Magic Flute: Workshop

December 15th, 2019

3:00pm

10 Fairview Avenue Verona, NJ 07044

Musical Heritage-Abigail Schumer, organ

January 26th, 2020

TBD

TBD

Event Details

Musical Heritage-Abigail Schumer, organ

January 26th, 2020

TBD

TBD

A Journey Through History

February 23rd, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

Event Details

A Journey Through History

February 23rd, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

Bach: An Ocean of Music

March 22nd, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

Event Details

Bach: An Ocean of Music

March 22nd, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

Yaolin Wang, piano

April 26th, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

Event Details

Yaolin Wang, piano

April 26th, 2020

6:00pm

153 Park Street Montclair, NJ 07042

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Welcome to our Venues

Performances by Audition

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Every performance is a beautiful, unique experience. The Children's Philharmonic welcomes young performers to share their talents while unlocking their full potential. While every audition is a chance to improve and grow, every performance is a chance to make the memory of a lifetime. 


Essay Writing

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 Share your love for music through the

Children's Philharmonic Essay Contest.  Experience how the timeless art of writing and making music can come together to create a masterpiece. 

Workshops and Lectures

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Our workshops are designed for performers and listeners. From managing performance anxiety to learning about what truly makes music special, we look forward to share our appreciation and love for music with you. 

Performances by Audition

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We believe in inspiring young performers in a positive environment. Every audition is a chance to improve and grow. Each submitted audition video will receive constructive feedback from the reviewers’ panel. 

Stages

  1. Pre-screening 
  2. Dress Rehearsal (right before performance)
  3. Final performance

Themes

1. Dance, Dance, Dance!

2. Action and Adventure!

3. Magic Flute: Workshop

4. A Journey through History 

5. Bach: An Ocean of Music

6. Story Time


Calendar

October 13th, 2019- Dance, Dance, Dance!

November 10th, 2019-Action and Adventure!

December 15th, 2019-Magic Flute: Workshop 

February 23rd, 2020-A Journey through History 

March 22nd, 2020-Bach: An Ocean of Music

May 17th, 2020-Story Time

Showcase Gala- By invitation only 


Essay Competition

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Every musician has a voice. Share your love for music through the Children's Philharmonic Essay Contest.  


Nine best essays will be published in our latest issue of The Children's Philharmonic magazine, and will receive a three month subscription to our online music history course.
 

Every participant will be recognized at our Award Ceremony at the End of the Season Gala Concert, and mentioned as an honorary participant on our website.   


This year's featured topics are:  

  1. Music in my life 
  2. Letter to Composer 
  3. My Favorite Performer   

For a complete set of rules, please download the form at the link below:

Topic 1: Music in My Life

Describe how classical music affects your life and the lives around you. Why is classical music important in the contemporary world? Why is classical music important to you? Be sure to include personal experiences
(Ex: obstacles, achievements, memorable performances). 

Toic 2: Letter to Composer

Imagine you can travel in time and meet your favorite composer. What questions would you ask? What works would you like to hear the composer play for you?
 

Write a letter to your favorite classical composer. Letter should include facts about composer's biography, questions relevant to the composer's time period, as well as your personal reflection on the composer's works. Be sure to explain why these are your favorite works. 

Topic 3: My Favorite Performer


Write an invitation to your favorite performer of classical music. Your goal is to persuade the performer to become inspired and come play for you.

The letter can be written to a living performer (ex:  O. Latry, E. Kissin, Lang Lang, Martha Argerich, etc) or a great performer from the past (ex:J. S.  Bach, F. Liszt, N. Pagannini, S. Rachmaninov, Marguerite Long,etc). Be sure to mention why you like this performer, how he/she influenced your life, why do you think it's important for everyone to listen to this performer, and what can you learn from this performer.

Workshops and Lectures

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Music education is not limited to performance. The Children's Philharmonic offers classes on how to handle Performance Anxiety, Public Speaking and many others.


For more information, please e-mail chilphilUSA@gmail.com

Conquering Performance Anxiety

At some point of their life, every young musician is the victim of stage fright.
 

This can be devastating. Stage fright can ruin your work, affect your self-esteem, and takes away enjoyment from your musical journey.
 

But did you know that it doesn't have to be this way?
 

The Children's Philharmonic is here to help.
Please join us for a series of interactive seminars, geared to help you overcome your fears and finally enjoy your stage presence.
 

Everyone is welcome.
General admission is $25 per person.
 

Active participants are eligible for discounts.  TBA

Public Speaking Workshop

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Opera Workshop

Learn about opera while participating in our most popular productions. From managing to perfroming, get your experience hands on.  TBA