Recital video

Anthony Salvo said: Aug 2, 2017
Anthony Salvo
Suzuki Association Member
Violin
Nederland, CO
6 posts

HI all,
I don’t post much but read the daily updates quite a bit. Wonderful tips and sharing of information.

I thought this might be interesting to some folks. This is a video I made of my spring student recital. I’m excited to share it, of course, and would appreciate any feedback. It’s been a great tool for prospective families considering lessons to be able to see the result of lessons and practice.

https://youtu.be/4JdVMShJD2A

Thank you!

Anthony

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Joanne Shannon said: Aug 3, 2017
Joanne Shannon
Suzuki Association Member
Piano
Los Angeles, CA
55 posts

Thanks Anthony,
That brought back a few old memories of my youngest daughter and her violin days. (she’s 44 now and now my granddaughter plays piano with me.)

Margaret Watts Romney said: Aug 7, 2017
Margaret Watts RomneySAA Staff
Suzuki Association Member
Cello
Boulder, CO
15 posts

Wow! What great editing, and great capturing of the highlights of your studio. Thank you for sharing!

Edward said: Dec 1, 2017
Edward Obermueller
Suzuki Association Member
Violin
Morris Plains, NJ
45 posts

I would like to see more studios and more Suzuki recitals represented this way. Even a short clip (2-3 minutes) of a video of this quality is useful on a landing page or about page, or when sending emails out about your studio.

I’m wondering if you could share (in an article or here in the feed):

  • What was the “recipe” for doing this video? Walk us through it step by step?
  • It looks like you used a drone for the initial shots? Your own, rented?
  • Did you hire someone to help with the videography?
  • What kind of equipment did you use?
  • What were some lighting decisions you made?
  • How did you do your post-production, what software/tools were used?
  • How long did the whole project take from start to finish?
  • Other suggestions, things to watch out for?

This information would be useful to the Suzuki community. Thank you for the inspiration and I look forward to more!

Happy practicing,
Edward

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