Have you ever wanted to do something a bit different for one of your recitals? What if you could also increase summer retention rates while you’re at it?
That’s exactly what Clinton Pratt has done with his Music Alive concerts.
Clinton holds these unique visual media concerts at the end of every summer and students are so excited to participate that there’s no way they’re going to skip out on lessons. The visual components also help students to connect to music more fully and get them more involved with their pieces.
Take a listen to find out more about how Clinton puts these Music Alive concerts together.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- Where the idea for Music Alive came from
- What students can choose to do for this concert
- How to get started with students who aren’t feeling creative
- How to organise the other students who are involved
- What parents think of these concerts
- How he covers the costs and venue hire
- The benefits of Music Alive for retention and marketing
- What technology you would need to get started
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Do you think you might try a Music Alive style concert?
Has Clinton inspired you to try something new? What do you think about using this as a summer retention idea?