Shots from our March 24 show!!!

Well friends, it was a great show!!!  It was a cold and rainy Sunday but so many extremely talented kids and their families came out and our stage was bright and sunny!  We were really excited to see and hear all of the young singer/songwriter/musicians playing original pieces.  Just a reminder that April 28 is the last The Relative Pitch before our summer hiatus.  If you’d like to participate, please visit the Performer Sign Up page and reserve your spot because this last show is going to fill up quickly!


The songwriting team of Una and Leidy dazzled the crowd with their performance of an original song, “Mr Sunshine”…


Co-founder Kim Arrington and singer McKenzie sharing a moment on stage before McKenzie’s performance.


McKenzie singing a pitch perfect rendition of a song from Paramore.


Daison, who has only been playing the Ukulele for only FOUR MONTHS and marked his first time onstage with us, entertained the audience with his version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”…


This young lady and her father (not pictured) gave us an unexpected, funny, and very sweet performance of the Guacamole song 🙂


Daison and his little brother Taurean performed an original song and they were awesome!!!


Seriously, how cute are they???


This little singer performed the “Itsy Bitsy Spider” and got the crowd involved!


The Relative Pitch founders & hosts Rissi and Kim getting the crowd ready for the show!

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Shots from our February 24 show!!!

Hey all,

It’s hard to believe that we have already had five The Relative Pitch Shows!!! Thank you to all the performers and their families for coming out and making this possible and to The Broad Street Cafe and all of their amazing staff for accommodating us.  The February 24 show saw several new performers as well as a few familiar faces.  Remember, you too can perform in a Relative Pitch show!  There are only two left before our summer hiatus: March 24 and April 28.  Visit our Performer Sign Up page to sign up!


Relative Pitch newbie McKenzie sang two selections, Paramore’s “The Only Exception” and Sara Barailles’ “King of Anything”.


Veteran performer Josh entertained the audience with his rendition of “Every Storm” by Gary Allen.


Also a veteran performer, Kayman performed two original pieces.


McKenzie and a friend turned Katy Perry’s “Firework” into a fabulous duet!


A young performer singing a wonderful rendition of Adele’s “Someone Like You”.