May 18, 2009

Piano recital



Hannah was pleased to perform last evening at a benefit piano recital for a local non-profit adoption agency. There were 20 children who played at the recital, raising over $2,000.00!!

She did a great job, stumbling a tiny bit in one or two places, but she hung in there and made it all the way through! The piano was a huge concert grand, and the pedals were very difficult to press down, so it was tricky! I wish I kept the video going through her final bow--it was really cute!

  

11 comments:

Lovin Mama said...

Awesome! Thanks for sharing :)

Charissa said...

Please tell Hannah she is beautiful. I am extremely impressed!

Lori said...

*applause!* How long has she been taking lessons? I have always wanted to play and took some lessons just a few years ago and I gave up on it. Tell her to keep it up because she is doing great!

grammy em lee said...

Hannah, You play so beutifully. I am impressed. And you are so poised. My Granddaughter Laurie has just started learning to play the violin at school this year and I hope she gets to be as good as you on the piano. Keep playing beautiful music.

Em Lee

Beverly said...

oh Hannah you did such a wonderful job!!!

Karly said...

That was awesome! My daughter and I both loved it. Great job, Hannah!

Mommy to those Special Ks said...

AWWW She did GREAT!!! I loved it! She looked SO beautiful too!

exnyers said...

woohoo!!! **standing ovation** that was really great, hannah! erick and jakob watched the video clip with me and jakob kept saying over and over, "wow... she's really good!" : ) well done!

Heidi said...

Hannah played so well! Great job!! I am a piano teacher so I was so thrilled to hear her play. I hope one day Joel will play the piano like that - I get teary just thinking about it!

Monica said...

That was beautiful Hannah!!!!! You did a great job!!! And you looked beautiful too!!!

Jeanette said...

**Applause, applause** That was great! I have always been impressed with people who can play the piano! I can't make my left hand do anything! She was wonderful!