5 Ways to Liven Your Halloween Performance (Music Teacher Tip #40)

Events and Recitals, Tips

Do you have a Halloween performance coming up? I love Halloween! How about you? I love how creative we can get during this holiday. I love the Halloween games and activities. Dressing up is so fun. And I REALLY love our Halloween Masquerade performance event!

In all my performance events, I like to do something a little different between performers. A “dead” audience is no fun! We want an audience that is engaged and having a great time. Better yet, if we could INVOLVE them as part of the event then we have a big win-win!

In this music teacher tip, I will be sharing 5 ways you can liven up your Halloween performance event! I like to rotate these ideas over the years, keeping things fresh for the audience. Make sure you watch to the end!

And after you watch, I’d love to hear what you think! You can reply here on the blog or leave a comment on YouTube.

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Have you missed the previous music teacher tips? You can find them on the blog (with a few written preface thoughts) or go straight to the YouTube playlist to catch up!



  1. James

    You’re so creative! It’s always fun to see what you and your students get up to at Halloween! See you all in a few days!

    • Jennifer Foxx

      Thanks, James! Looking forward to Saturday! 🙂

  2. Susan Schroeder

    I found the Halloween jokes to be a real icebreaker for the audience. It made everyone feel more at ease. Thank you

    • Jennifer Foxx

      I’m so happy to hear that, Susan! Thanks for letting me know! 🙂


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