For talent day this week, I invited kids to bring their family members to share talents and we performed in the auditorium. I also brought in a few guest performers of my own. It was a blast! We had a beautiful mother/daughter duet, a flute performance by another mom, a father playing the piano for his daughter's singing, a Broadway solo by a mom, a 4 year old brother showing us moves from his football training, a little sister's dance routine, lots of small group singing performances, lots of guitar performances, three boys juggling soccer balls, roller skating, basketball tricks, art work from a student and her sister-in-law, a father's photography, and more. While I can't show pics of my kids (which is a total bummer!) I have a few pictures from our guest artists!
Shalolo's sister Natalie played the violin so beautifully. I was thrilled when she played a song from the romantic period, which is the era in music we are currently studying in my 7th grade classes. Thanks, Noodles!
My friend Lane wowed the young audiences by playing harmonica and guitar simultaneously and also by introducing them to the mandolin. Lane = My Hero.
This little one's talent (above) was being so dang cute that she even converted Lane to someday wanting daughters when he thought he only wanted sons.