For this particular song, we were able to get out of the stands and walk around the entire auditorium while singing in harmony to entertain our families. To my recollection, there were a lot of laughs and even though my mom, a non-English speaker, could not understand what the song says, she enjoyed the performance and the song itself a lot too. I remember her trying her best to playfully sing the song to me after we got home because that’s how much she loved it and she said it was very catchy. Now that I know more about music and
Just as in warmups this choir wows me again. Most choirs I’ve ever been apart of you have to start with continuously pounding out the notes and rhythms. This choir can pick up a sheet of music and sing through the whole song with impressive note accuracy. That excites me as I’m finally in a choir that’s not held back by slow learning singers and we can dig right into the music. I’m so excited for what my high school choir experience could bring me.
On April 6, 1981 a highly respected and prominent Christian singer and song writer was born, Kari Brooke Jobe. Kari Jobe has been nominated for a Grammy Award and she won 2 Dove awards for her amazing musicianship. Kari Jobe is someone I look up to because she is a remarkable worship leader, an activist who really cares about other people and their struggles, and overall a magnificent and humble person that loves God and has a servant’s heart. Growing up in a Christian home can have great rewards if you are faithful and Kari Jobe found that out very quickly. At age 3 Kari Jobe loved to sing that is when she found her calling, being a worship leader.
I chose this song because I have listened to it since I was a child. I remember hearing it played on the radio frequently while I was in elementary school. Also, someone sung it in the talent show while I was in second grade. I love the message it has, especially when she says, “Feel the rain on your skin no one else can feel it for you.” This song is about being yourself and experiencing life and adventures for yourself because no one else can do it for you
I chose to do my biography on Marlee Matlin. I chose Marlee because I still remember watching her on Sesame Street singing with Billy Joel from when I was a child. I loved that episode because I had Deaf friends and it made me so happy to see a song in ASL. As I’ve grown up, I’ve seen Marlee on TV shows and doing interviews and watched her on Dancing with the Stars and I just adore her. She is so captivating and really funny.
I met new people as a little girl and let my talents shine thanks to her. She would always be there if I felt upset. Miss Michele knew me inside and out, and if the two of us had a chance to catch up, I think she still would. Miss Michele does whatever she can to aid her community, whether it be Music Together, her kids’ (former) high school, or even just her friends and family. Miss
He wrote many concertos (especially the piano concertos) and sonatas for his own virtuosic performance during the trip. Talent may helped in one’s musical journey but most importantly, it was Mozart’s passion in performing and music writing that won acclaim from the rich. Clara Wieck (1819-1896) is another example of a child prodigy born in a musically inclined family. Both parents played the piano and encouraged Clara to perform regularly at a very young age. She held concerts throughout Europe during her adolescence and was a very well-known piano virtuoso
At least so far that is what I thought, until my choir director came up to me and wanted to discuss the matter about the talent show. “Breanna, I feel that it is a good opportunity for you to show your amazing voice to the people if you sign up for the school’s talent show.” , she said proudly. Listening to those words gave me a feeling of slight confidence, due to the fact that now I know I am showing progress of growth from my shyness. Without hesitation or thinking in that moment, I told her, “Yea why not, where is the sign up