I thought this experience with choir was going to be somewhat better than my experience in seventh grade, because I had matured quite a lot since the last time I had given choir a chance. Therefore, I thought I would mentally approach the choir concert in a more positive way than I would have in the past. Additionally, I was hoping I would be able to keep my focus for the entire duration of the concert. So, I did not seem disrespectful. Unfortunately, my experience did live up to my expectations.
Though there are many other things I have gotten to do and learn through choir, I really really want to continue. It has been a major part of my life for I don’t know how long and I can’t imagine what my life would be like without it. Ever since my parents split up there have been money trouble, because of that my family has always had to think about and watch what they spent an extra curricular activities my siblings and I did. As we grew older my father took what we were doing more seriously. He always wanted to make sure that what we were doing was going to benefit us most when we became adults.
The chamber especially since they all came in with matching clothes on, and the clothes that they were supposed to wear. Same as the chorus except the chorus it seemed more flexible since they weren’t singing carols. The concert overall was good the chamber and the chorus singers sang very well, there were no signs of error in their performance. The only thing that seemed off was during the second part when the chorus had to be in the groove with the music, but they were really static when that time
As section leader of the alto saxophones, it was not easy to teach six underclassmen how to march and memorize music, along with keeping all fifteen members of my section in order. I had to learn how to be a friendly and fun leader, along with being respected and authoritative. The most memorable award I received was the Instrumental Music Department Letter Award, which reminded of how much work I put into my years as a member of the various band ensembles in my school. Another membership that has taught me a lot is the National Honors Society. As a member of NHS, I had to take a lot of responsibilities.
People at times do not accept them because they are a quirky bunch of kids. To them, humanity is not beautiful and they want to have nothing with it. A postmodernist does not believe that anyone can tell them who they should be or what they should do with their life. The Glee cast too believes that if one day they all want to dress like Lady Gaga, even the guys, then they should be allowed to do that without experiencing judgment. The Glee cast has this cool way of redefining humanity and themselves any day that they please.
Not getting involved with any after school activities and not enjoying my once in a lifetime school experience. I wish I could have done more stuff in my early years or at least join anaheim achieves.When I joined theatre , the best decision of my life, that's when I started to do all the after school activities and with doing all that leaded me to fall in love with theatre. All my hard work had paid off when I was accepted to advance theatre and that class we were involved with everything. with everything at school . It such a magical thing to work on stuff and rehearsal just to perform in front of a audience seeing them smiling and clapping because they enjoyed the show.
Being in high school, I have always thought that a student should be involved in some sort of activity, whether it be sports, choir, or the gaming club, it’s nice to branch out just a little bit. Well, I did quite a bit of that including golf, band, and theatre. I was on the Girl’s Golf team for two years, and managed the Boy’s team for one. I love to play, and being in a small team was a lot of fun. Their wasn’t girls fighting over who would play varsity or not, but instead pushing each other get their lowest scores.
I thought we sounded really good. I completely forgot about my audition while we played, but after we left I suddenly remembered it. I was nervous all over again. The audition room for the trombones was just down the hall from the band room. So it was a short walk, but it seemed like forever.
This tells us that they wanted it to be shown to the general audience, and not only in church halls. They wouldn’t spend so much money on hiring such respected actors if they only wanted to show it to Christians in church halls. Knowing that this was meant for the general audience, we can also be sure that some of the details have been exaggerated and it has most likely been paced up a bit to not make it too long of a
After that I headed to choir rehearsal where I was told I would actually need to speak to the dean himself. Well, I was absolutely terrified. Some friends of mine had been late and