Over the past six years, I have become very passionate about music to where I have made it my biggest goal to become a high school band director. Participating in marching band every year, I learned how to teach marching fundamentals to students. I have also participated in concert band in which I learned how to teach students to play with beautiful tones and phrases like a professional musician. It’s an amazing feeling knowing that you have made a huge impact on a student just by sharing your knowledge with them. Teaching students how to
I met some of my high school fellas who inspired me to play the guitar. That was when I found my life purpose is to be able to sanely play music without concerning about basic needs. I won awards for some of my performances, and I still occasionally play for some famous singers live on stage. I realized that if I truly desired something, I would give my best to be good at it. Later when it comes to life decision – choosing university and major, I chose to study marketing just because of my father’s advice.
Music has always been a part of me, but until recently it has sparked a new interest in my mind. After becoming a stronger musician and person, I have learned that my music brought me to where I am today. As a junior looking back on my years of music, I noticed how much I have grown as a musician and an individual and there are four major steps that have helped me gain my abilities, learning to play an instrument, practicing consistently, building confidence, and trying new things. These simple steps took me seven years to accomplish and I am still learning everytime I pick up my instrument. The first step to becoming a musician is finding the right instrument that suits you and your style.
I have never had a specific category of music. If I have to choose, I would choose cheerful music. Music helps me in many ways in my life, such as escape from the routine of everyday life, to dance, to raise my self-esteem and other aspects. I dedicate many hours to music, I like to feel happy, that is why I listen to music moved and happy the longest. When I have a bad day it helps me to feel good, when I have a good day the music makes me feel even better.
I could have gone into science or even audition for classical music, because of my experience in Hawaii Opera Theatre Young Voice Studio and in private voice. It wasn’t hard to hear my conscious yearning for musical theatre. My goals in life are to be happy and to fill my life with as much experience, and knowledge in order to maximize my potential. I believe that the best version of myself expands and grows with every new show I am in. Theatre experience has taught me so much and given me so much work for and be proud of.
I have always been a particularly musical person. When I was younger, I wanted to become a singer when I grew up, but upon joining the choir in elementary I realized I did not have the talent for singing that I thought I had. Continually singing off key and never sounding as good as my peers did, I decided to confine myself to singing at home where only my family could hear me. Despite this revelation that I was, in fact, a terrible singer, I still wanted to participate in some type of musical performance and decided to join the band in middle school. After trying out various different instruments, I settled on the flute and quickly fell in love.
As i look back at all the accomplishments that I have made to help myself and the community, I learned that all my hard dedicated work has paid off and will follow me in the future. I always told myself that I would somehow be involved in the arts as soon as I knew what my talent was. Once I found out that I could sing I involved myself into programs that helped me learn more things and to get to a advanced level and once I continued in those programs I ended up being a great voice performance major. Once you involve yourself in something you love you should help others also that want to have the chance also. Bringing a service to the arts means that you are a dedicated person to what you want to pursue and what you want other people to
There were only a few instruments that I liked and guitar was not one of them, so I didn 't do much with it. I never really learned how to play piano because my grandmother had a job and she couldn 't at the time. I only taught myself to do tiny little tunes that only had a few notes,
Have you ever imagined what to make of your life? If not put the question in mind, because before you know it you won 't have the time. Now let me tell you a story on how I found what I wanted to be in life. So as a kid everyone “knew” what they wanted to be, like for example most guys would want to be a cop, fireman or a doctor ands for the girls they would want to be a princess or a nurse or a dentist and only a handful of those kid get to actually do that when they get older and then the other kid, who knows what they will do. Back to my story so I was about 16 years old when I decided to be a nurse.
My experiences as an artist have primarily been working independently; writing songs on my own, in the hopes that I can one day play them with other people. As much as I enjoy it, I also have a lot of goals for myself because I feel like there is so much I have yet to explore. First, and most importantly, I want to hone my technical musical abilities by learning new techniques, proper composition, and a more efficient way of writing. I also want to become more comfortable with performing outside of plays and musicals. It is something that i struggle with and I am looking for a better way to control my performance anxiety.