Music for Hope – A Charitable Recital
Music for Hope is a recital to raise funds to support piano lessons for students in need (including NEPTA students). Its creation was inspired by the crossroads of COVID-19 and racial injustice to provide hope through music. Recital registration proceeds, and 100% of donations received beyond the recital registration fee will go toward this fund. All musical styles and compositions are encouraged. Our students will be helping students in need just by registering for this recital!
The recital fee is $50 per performer. Teachers may enroll up to 8 students. One piece per student. Recitals will be filled on a “first come first serve” basis. Recital fees are non-refundable unless an application is denied due to all recital slots being filled. Total performance time per student may not exceed 5 minutes.
Grade/age: All ages and levels, including adult students (K-adult)
Time limit: 5 minutes per student
Registration fee: $50
Diana Tetzlaff, chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Application deadline: October 18, 2023)
New this year! We are offering both Zoom and in person recitals. Zoom recitals will be held from 9:30 – 12:30. In-person recitals will be held at First Parish of Watertown from 3:30 – 7:30. Detailed information will be sent to families and teachers after registration.
Active members of NEPTA are privileged to present their students in recital providing a performance opportunity for secure and fluent performers. Eligibility for Music for Hope Recital: student must have studied piano since September of the current academic year with this same member in good standing (dues received by Recital Application Deadline). Active members may enter up to eight students. Please refer to recital application forms online at for more details.