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Spring Studio Recital

  • Biola University Crowell Hall La Mirada, CA, 90638 United States (map)

Spring 2019 Studio Recital

Who’s Invited

  • Students and Families of Piano Belloso Music Studio (Registration required. See details.)

  • Up to three guests. Friends and extended family may purchase tickets for $10 per person using the provided link below


Friday, May 31, 2019



Lansing Recital Hall (inside Crowell Hall)

Biola University

13800 Biola Ave, La Mirada, CA 90639


Three parking lots are reserved for attendees of this event: Lots H, N, and O

FREE PARKING available in designated lots only.

Ask gate attendant for directions upon arrival.


All ages and levels are welcome to perform. However, adult students should be aware that the majority of performers will be children. In addition to solo piano performances, this concert will also feature “accompaniment” songs. Some students will singing and playing the piano themselves. Others will perform with a friend or provided singer or instrument. Ian Belloso, the studio owner and teacher, will also be performing at the end of the concert.

There will be a $20 recital fee per participating student to pay for the venue, program printing, and other expenses. This fee also covers the ticket cost for any immediate family members (parents and siblings). The fee will be automatically added to a students’ invoice for the month after registration for the event. To register, students should log in to the student portal and look for the event on the calendar page.

I'd also like to encourage students to invite other guests such as friends or extended family. Admission for the event for guests will be $10 per person, and may be purchased up until the day of the event using the link below.

Photos and Video

Most students have already completed a Media Release and I will honor these in regards to any recordings I myself make during the event. If you are not sure you have signed a media release, then please do so at the link below.

It should be noted, however, that both student families and visitors present at the event are likely to take photos or videos.