My expectations for the Augustana Fall Choir Concert were not very high. I was assuming I wouldn’t enjoy myself very much at all, because when I was in seventh grade I was forced to take choir and absolutely loathed every second of it. However, I decided to give choir another chance. This was going to be the first collegiate choir concert I have ever attended.
My Greatest Accomplishment A truly great accomplishment is something that lasts and requires determination and extensive effort. For me, making the Texas Small School All-State Mixed Choir was my biggest accomplishment because it opened me up to new passions, taught me how to work hard, and set me on the path I am on today. In my sophomore year, I joined choir simply to get my fine arts credit out of the way.
I struggled in the beginning because I couldn’t find any love towards band and my instrument. But as my journey progressed I started to find the joy and the art in band. I might have taken 6 years for that to happen, but it was worth it because I couldn’t imagine my life without band. Band has taught me how to challenge myself and believe in my own abilities as a musician. It has also taught me how to be apart of a team and what it means to be responsible for my own part in activities.
Mozart was known to perform pieces that were not recent and have already been played in other concerts of his own. Therefore, in 1784 he decided to earn a greater fortune by being both a performer, as well as a composer. He would then begin to compose his own concertos for his performances. The combination of being a composer and a performer had benefitted him in countless ways and thus building his fame.
These past few months have showed me who 's for and against me . She has told me not to stress the mistakes , I’ve made in the past because that cannot stop me from having a bright and triumphant future . Her wise saying of encouragement has stuck with me throughout this challenging road to success . Since , I’ve been communicating and having long influencing lectures , I’m starting to see a little change .
I know that if I never try then I doubt I will ever get anything I want in life, and I know that I want to fully develop my musical skills as a first step to being the best version of myself as possible. A mulligan sounds as if it is an extremely important as to what one might wish to do again, but my do over is as simple as changing one mantra that I have lived by for multiple years. By changing this one thought within my mind, many opportunities would have been open to me in my earlier years in life, but now I can personally change this one negative thought and nearly have my mulligan take effect
Coming into this week, I didn’t know what to expect for my clinical rotations. I was nervous and excited at the same time. What if I don’t like to do this for a living? This was a question that was running in the back of my head and got me a little sick on Monday morning, while driving to Lincoln. On the other hand, I was eager about going to a laboratory and getting some real life working experience.
As I got older and got a sense of reality, I couldn't help but start to doubt that I could ever be like them. I would even compare myself to others and think how I could never be as talented as they are. All of this really brought me down. In just a few weeks, I went from this happy beam of light to this self-doubting rain
The friendships I had outside band weren't as strong when we had less in common. When I started doing band at high school level I started to be friends with people I never thought I would be friends with, because I wouldn't have been spending that time with them. We are always there for each other and are like a little family.
I can now play notes higher than I ever could before the musical, leaving me with a hunger for more challenging music. I taught myself to play at fast tempos with little time to think about what I am playing. The latter musical lesson can be applied to life as well. Performing in the musical helped me learn to make decisions quickly. It was stressful at first, but with plenty of practice and not backing down, I was able to achieve my goal and be a part of a great show.
As the competition season and school began the amount of work for me to do increased. Having an AP class for the first time, three honors class, and a college course my balance for work slowly diminished. It grew harder and harder to focus on all of these but rather than quit I Singh 2 redoubled my effort. This was a significant point for me because I was going at my own problems alone. As the season progressed I got better until concert band season.
Prideful were the leaders, poised was our performance, and professional we tried to be; however, it was never enough. We missed finals by a long shot.
I was young when the career began and did not know what to do with it. The main focus of my life at the time was on my education and graduating high school. There were several times and multiple bands that I was a part of where we had fought over silly things. These goofy memories for some reason could be what held me back from perusing the dream later. This constant want or need of a dream can just destroy the body and the mind.
The ad read "Dental assistant needed. No experience necessary". After one year of thoroughly enjoying a new career, I decided I wanted to pursue dental hygiene school, where my desire to study medicine began. While excelling in my classes, I often considered switching my field of study to medicine because as much as I learned in each class, I wanted to know even more.