Graduation performance in Music for Little Mozarts

17:01 Yannie 36 Comments

Last Friday, May attended Music for Little Mozarts (MFLM) graduation performance.  This is a milestone that May achieved before turning 7 years old next month. I am proud of her because she had completed I-Maths all 6 levels (for 3 to 5 years old) when she was only 5 years old, and now she also completed all 4 levels of Music for Little Mozarts (MFLM). Bravo to May for her persistence in pursuing skills and knowledge in music and maths.

April was also taking part in one of the solo piano performance too.

After the performance, they both told me that they had fun,  they couldn't get enough of it and they wanted more performance like this. I am glad that they enjoyed their piano performance.
Here are some of the pictures that I captured in the event.

Before the concert started, I took the opportunity to snap a picture of them together on the stage.
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If you are interested in Music for Little Mozarts, I talked about this music course (for 4 to 6 years old) at the following links.
Music for Little Mozarts Level 1 | Blog with Yan
First piano mini concert | Blog with Yan
Second piano mini concert | Blog with Yan
She is called Mui Mui | Blog with Yan

 

36 comments:

  1. Congrats to the girls. Jia yu, jia yu!!!!

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  2. wow...she certainly very talented. Can play ping pong and also good in usic and art

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    1. certainly a credit to the mummy

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    2. its good you let her learn piano..can help her de-stress when she is older

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    3. yalor, it seems like nothing these two girls are not good at huh??

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  3. congratulations to May, that is really a great achievement for her!! hot mama should have rewarded her with something she like, did you?? hehe~~

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  4. both your girls are very talented besides their good academic results.. how can god be so unfair to shower all the goodness on them?? haha.. they are really blessed children, and i am sure hot mama is always proud of them.. :)

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  5. looking from the photos, it seems like May was the focus of the performance?? she has so many solo performance as well as group performance.. she must be best student in her level??

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  6. You're one proud mummy, Yan! Great that both girls had fun :)

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  7. Congrats to your girls, they're so talented!!! =]

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  8. Well done April and May!!
    Yea sure you're a proud mummy!! ;)

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  9. Congrats to both girls, especially for May! :)

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  10. Congratulations to both April and May! They are so talented!

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  11. wow, congrats to both yr girls..

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  12. Your girls raise the bar very high la.. Congrats to April and May! You should be really proud of them.

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  13. Wow, May is definitely a talented child for excellence in both music and math.

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  14. Oh! That was May's graduation concert? We missed it!

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    1. Will she continue to higher level class?

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    2. Congrats to both your girls, Yan~

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  15. I saw a girl with pink dress and purple graduation clothes. What a jinjang combination.

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  16. mummy must be so proud of their achievement! bravo!

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  17. Great job by both girls! This is really good exposure for them.. mommy must be beaming with pride :D

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  18. Congrats to both of your little princesses! Good job there. Mami & Dadi also deserves a good pat!

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  19. Oh yes those performance and concert really motivate them to play and learn piano. Congrats to May of her graduation and well done to April solo performance too.

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  20. Hi Yan,

    You must be so proud of your girls! They are very well-talent. Did you have tears of joy after seeing their performance?

    Zoe

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  21. What a proud moment for the girls and you :) Congrats to May! Sadly, I won't be able to see Chloe graduate from her music class in Yamaha and it is so unfortunate that I had to make her quit at level 3. I am teaching her at home now... No more formal lessons in music school :(

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  22. Hi Yan good for you getting your daughters take up piano. I always admire kids or people who play the piano.
    Here where I am, every morning I see young kids going to school carrying musical instruments....
    When I was looking for a wife, I wanted one with 'play the piano' in her resume....never found one...but found one who loves singing.
    Good enough, ha ha.
    Nice pics...you a good photographer.
    Best regards.
    Lee.

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  23. Well done to both girls....

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  24. Another feather to your daughters' caps! Good job to them and to you too!

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  25. Oh My God! Anay must be getting old and senile. I came here to read days ago but didn't even leave comments! I thought I left comments, No? Today I came back and it's not here. I rather believe that my comments disappeared than having early dementia.

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  26. Congratulations to April and May!! Well done gals. I wished I had music ears like them and the only musical I play is my belly drum!!!! Boom Boom!

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  27. I rather see gals play piano than blow the trumpets or saxaphone or bang the funeral drums!!! Adoi!! Piano recitals look class and elegant.

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  28. How come your slides can show smoothly one? SK's Bali slides got so much hiccups like kena masuk water.

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  29. Anay wanna be pandai and suggest that in future you could snap the concert photos by standing on the chairs, sit on the floor or behind plants or between someone's legs!! Wakakakakaka

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  30. Hi Yan, congratulation to your sweet daughters. Well done, keep up the good work.

    Best regards.

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