The Generations of Music Project (Part II)

Hello! This is Erica Lee, and I have been hosting my own series of recitals at retirement homes for my Gold Award.

From Left- Leila Wu, Erica Lee, Bronte Vlashi, Ashley Cheng, and guest performer Alex Zhao.

I have already held three recitals at Regency Park, two recitals and Villa Gardens, and I have booked an upcoming recital at The Oaks of Pasadena on March 14th. For my Gold Award project, I set a goal of hosting 7 recitals during the course of 6 months, which I am very close to achieving. In addition, my measurable goal was to have at least 20 students participate; however, I am very far from reaching that particular goal, and I would be extremely grateful for your participation and support, as the deadline for my project is less than a month away. I would greatly appreciate your support to join me on a couple of my last few recitals for my Gold Award. I will gladly accept any students willing to perform in my project, and I am also open to scheduling recitals for an entire studio. Last December, I set up a performance at Villa Gardens, in which the students from Rebecca Merblum’s studio performed.

If you are interested, please contact me at or (818) 800-9730.

Bronte Vlashi playing Bach Partita No. 2 for Violin at Villa Gardens

Leila Wu playing Twelve Variations from “Ah vous dirai-je, Maman” by Mozart at Villa Gardens

Adam Yang performing Invention and Sinfonia in G Major at Regency Park

Erica Lee performing Etude No. 6, by  Moszkowski, and Pas de Deux from Souvenirs, by Barber at Regency Park