Chorus was with the same chorus teacher, but I joined the Women’s Group, a selective after school program. Since a girl in Women’s Group was involved in the community choir, I also decided to join that. Drama became more involved, with a play in the fall and a musical in the spring. Since some of my friends were part of the newspaper club, I started writing articles for the school newspaper. I also convinced a friend to join the art club with me, which involved more crafts than the painting I was used to.
You have been there for me since day one and have been able to push me to my full potential. You have touched so many girls here and are an amazing person to all of the girls. I would like to thank Miss robin for all that you have done for me (giving me constructive feedback) the feedback you gave me helped me to grow and receive and give feedback and It really helped a big part in my treatment here so thank you. I would like to thank Miss Tama and Mr.Roger. I really appreciate how you both would talk to me after school and offer me support and advice .
Britney Jean Spears was born in McComb, Mississippi on December 2, 1981, but was raised in Louisiana. Her parents were Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears. She also grew up with her older brother, Bryan Spears, and sister, Jamie Lynn Spears. Ever since Britney was little, she loved to sing. She also did other things; for example, dance and gymnastics.
I 'm proud of how far I have come and now being a CST, I want an opportunity to continue from what I have learned so far and become the best surgical tech that I can be. I 'm very dedicated and fully prepared to give you my maximum effort every day because I feel I have to prove myself now since my last work experience. If you do decide to bring me in I will not disappoint. I take this profession very seriously because my future in the medial field depends on it. I enjoyed being a surgical tech at my last work place and it was a great learning experience for me.
The girl’s name is Mason and she’s a part of Maple Valley Youth Symphony’s Jam Club, a music group for children with special needs. For months the group has been preparing to teach a circle dance at the Symphony’s yearly Gala Ball with
Although distracted at times, the girls still remembered each lesson when we reviewed on the final day. We were all sad, in a way, for this time together to end, but everyone had a wonderful time. My observations were very beneficial to me in my journey towards a career. I gained vital knowledge, positive advice, and relationships to last a
It’s not uncommon for classical music lovers to listen to songs without knowing their names, but for songs that I have been familiar with for the most of my life, it’s a bit dismaying that I only learned their names a few years ago. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons has managed to sneak into most aspects of my life. From “Spring” that played during “quiet time” at my elementary school to “Autumn” that played while I watched in Pretty Woman, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons became an omnipresent accompaniment in my life without my knowledge. Growing up, my mother encouraged musical exploration. My sister chose the violin and joined orchestra in high school.
Many people would describe her as an ordinary 13 year-old girl, who has many friends and enjoys her life with her sister Elizabeth, and her parents, Suzanne and Darren. Growing up, she attended St. Elizabeth’s preschool, and has spent the next ten years at St. Lucy’s. Ava applied to Notre Dame and Mitty High school. It is now 5:00 pm, as Ava gets anxious and nervous to see if she got in or not. She wants to go to Notre
Dolly Parton was born into a musical family. Many people in Parton 's family sang and played instruments. Parton’s mother enjoyed playing guitar and singing in church with her young daughter Dolly. Her voice has always been known to people, especially in her community. She started performing on the local TV and radio stations at the age of 10 and sang for the first time at the Grand Ole Opry at age 13.
Jordan Harris is an 11th grade student at Stephens Dance Studios, where she has been studying dance for over 12 years. “I'm pretty sure my mom just signed me up when I was little, but I have been dancing ever since,” she recalled. She began learning ballet and tap around the age of four, and has since learned other styles as well. “I like tap because it is really energetic and upbeat,” she describes. “I like ballet because it is formal and classic.” In her time at Stephens Dance Studios, she has also studied jazz and hip-hop, and she now dances on pointe in ballet.
When she was 13 years old, she began to teach dance in her mother’s studio where she got introduced to jazz and then went on to be hired as a singer and dancer for Equity stock musicals. After these few years, Lynn arrived in NYC when she was 18 and studied at the American Ballet Theater School and got hired as a
Interning at the Green Room Community Theatre didn’t feel like work, it was an amazingly fun experience with great instructors and interns. My expectations going in on the first day were more than exceeded especially after I met David Townsend which is an incredible role model. He is so passionate about what he does and I hope one day I will feel the same way about my career choice. I couldn’t have been happier with where I chose to intern. I met so many amazing interns that I hope come back and intern at the Green Room again just as I hope to next summer, we all got along so well and there was never a dull moment between us.
The first plays I was ever in were musicals, and that’s how I found my love for singing. I was encouraged by all of the amazing staff members at Artsview to pursue acting and singing. Now I have made the Texas All-State Women’s Choir three out of four years in high school. My sophomore year of high
Music Observation 1 On Thursday, September 10, I went to Valley View Elementary to observe Mrs. Allison Whitmire’s Kindergarten music class. I arrived there little bit earlier so I got to observe the first grade class. They were studying about the American flag and singing the Star Spangled banner. After the first graders left, Mrs. Whitmire gave me a sheet of her lesson plan. On the lesson plan, it had the lesson topics for September 8-14, 2015 which were String Family, Percussion Family, Piano, Forte, Piano, and Conductor.
I still get goose bumps on opening night when I watch the combined energy of the production company come together for the first time in front of a live audience. I can 't imagine feeling tired after an 18-hour day, as my job is enormous fun. As much as I enjoy my work in