Practicing Performers Perfectly Pitched

Practicing Performers Perfectly Pitched

As promised here is the page set aside for young people whom I believe have a great chance to become better than stars that they have planned in their heads. GMP & A is not a talent agent but we post young peoples profiles that need to be seen. If you see a video on this sight and can't say good comments about the people you look at then please don't leave the comment at all. These kids, these young people work their butts off (forgive my term) to practice and become good, better and then BEST. Other NPR shows call it "TO THE TOP" we call it, if your child needs to be seen then post them here, we've always got a home for them too. Musically speaking.

Betty Diane Goldsen lives in Santa Fe, NM. She's 10 years. She lessons with Santa Fe Youth Symphony.  Her video is as follows:

the true virtuoso of a child begins in their lessons, hard work and practice leads you to Carnegie Hall. Forgive of video work in progress.

Our Mission at the Sante Fe Youth Symphony is to provide young people in northern New Mexico with educational opportunities to discover their musical potential, develop that potential into musical skills and appreciation, and to create and nurture a lifelong passion for music-making through performance that enhance the region’s cultural atmosphere.

In 1994, Pam Parfitt, then-Director of the Santa Fe Suzuki Violin School, observed that essentially no performance ensembles existed in Santa Fe for young string players. To solve this problem, she and a team of dedicated Santa Fe parents and music teachers built the Santa Fe Youth Symphony. The original symphonic orchestra, conducted by Bob Wingert, consisted of 60 students in all orchestral instruments, from ages 9 to 18. The Santa Fe Youth Symphony was later expanded and renamed the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association to accomodate a growing interest and participation in its ensembles.
   Now in its 18th Season, SFYSA trains young northern New Mexico musicians in ensemble settings that include string and symphony orchestras, and jazz and mariachi ensembles. SFYSA also provides group lessons and instruments to violin, viola and (staring in Fall 2012) cello students through its Elementary Strings program.


There are so many talented young people out there in our world that only have to be recognized. Please feel free to post your special person playing or singing on this website. Contact me at and we will post them.

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