Not so my friend.
Your doing awesome!!! I think that it went really well. But, one of the songs we played was a fiddle song.
It's always interesting to play fiddle music with an orchestra. We played with the beginners group and then with the more advanced group, and the song we did was "Fiddler's Fantasy" (a medley of Soldiers Joy and Boil 'em Cabbage). They played it SOOOOO slow.
It was fun, and it sounded great, but...it was again, soooooo slow.
It's even more interesting to watch a professional orchestra fiddle. They're all always a little stiff, and seem kind of afraid. They don't know that it's okay to smile while you play.
It was fun doing the "play down." See, in Suzuki, all the kids learn the same songs. At concerts, you start with the most advanced kids, and keep adding on, adding the less and less advanced students, til you get to the beginning class, or the "twinklers." The last song is always Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. It's really cool, cuz you have these teenagers who have been playing for 5-6+ years standing next to little 3 year olds who have just started, and they're all playing the same song. And it always sounds good, cuz the teenagers and adults with big violins always make a big enough sound to drown out the little ones with little violins.
P.S. Fun fact: little violins will actually bounce when dropped. I believe it's servival instinct.
(Don't try this at home