Joe Hatherill is a member of the British Columbia Registered Music Teachers’ Association.
The BCRMTA website links are:
The BC Registered Music Teachers are having their Halloween concert on Saturday evening October 25th at 7pm. It is called ‘Costume Capers’. Students are encouraged to wear fancy dress, but it is not compulsory. The venue is Gordon Head United Church on Tyndall Road; good piano and plenty of parking. There will be photos and treats.
This is a very good opportunity to see a variety of pieces, and gain performance and public speaking skills. I will be there to accompany and/or assist.
The closing date for entries is Monday evening 9 pm, October 20th. Please send me your name, age (kids), title of piece and composer. I will forward the information to the organisers who will make a programme.
There is a time limit per studio. There is not space for all of you. I can accept up to the first five students who send me their details.
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The BC Registered Music Teachers are having their Halloween concert on Saturday, October 25th at 7pm at Gordon Head United Church on Tyndall Road. Register to participate by Oct. 20th.
Sunday October, 26th 6pm at Logan’s Pub
Joe is the Conductor of the Monterey Centre Concert Band on Thursdays, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the Monterey Centre in Oak Bay.
Joe is the director of the Groovin’ Hard Big Band.
Wednesday evenings at the Kiwanis Pavilion.
Joe is playing with Queenie and the Groove Kings at Government House for the Long Service Awards:
Wednesday, October 1st
Thursday, October 2nd
Monday, October 6th
Tuesday, October 7th
Thursday, October 9th