Certificate for Recital Performance

Certificate for Recital Performance

Recital Certificate

A couple of teachers asked me if I had a recital certificate to match the recital programs I posted a while back. My first thought was to find it on my site and send them the link, because I knew I made one. Alas, it wasn’t on my site! But it is today! So if you haven’t had your recital yet, feel free to use this one.

I think I know what happened. I was planning on making this certificate so that you could personalize it and not have to write in all your students’ names. Then I got busy with a lot of other things and never came back to it. So there it set in my computer files, alone and neglected, along with all my other projects, finished and unfinished.

I hope those of you who like my editable material aren’t disappointed, but I just don’t have time right now! Here are some certificates you might find useful at the end of the year. For those of you who have really big studios, there are several below that are editable when you open them in Adobe Reader.

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5 thoughts to “New Recital Certificate

  • cheryl benefield

    I meant to include that I print the programs with their autographs and the parents really like having that visual reminder every year.

  • cheryl benefield

    Susan, I love the idea of matching the recital program to the certificates. My recital is in a few weeks and I wanted to share something that I’ve done for the last 25 years (my teaching anniversary this year !). Whether I do a folded program or single page, I take the final proof to piano lessons several weeks before the recital and the children “autograph” the program with their first name or both if I have several students with the same first name (one year it was 3 with the same name). They write their name around the printed part of the program if it’s a single page, and all over the left side if it’s a folded program. They are so careful–the girls like to be “artistic” with their names and the boys try to write their name near one of their friends. It’s also great to see how their names “grow up” in style over the years. I tell them that one day when they are famous, I will have bragging rights by having their first autograph !

    • Susan Paradis

      Cheryl,
      What a unique and great idea for recital programs! Thanks for sharing. I would love to see a photo of this year’s with all the signatures on it!

  • LINDA KIRKCONNELL

    Susan, you are just amazing! You present the most wonderful things for all of us to use—-in recitals as well as in lessons. Thank you so much!

    • Susan Paradis

      You’re welcome, Linda. I really enjoy sharing new ideas!

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