Though she had already made plans for me to go to a new voice teacher that could prepare me for college auditions during my junior and senior year, I was sad to see her move. This is when I started studying under Susan Reed. Her approach was different from my first voice teacher, but I could tell when I first met her that she would prepare me for my college auditions. As a former opera singer herself she told me about some of her experience of performing, which gave me some idea of what to
"He was such a warrior, and it's motivating me to be that individual," she said. Ms. Slope has encountered the passing of a musical whiz before: Working as a foundation vocalist in 2009, she was decided to two part harmony with Michael Jackson on "This Is It," his arranged show arrangement in London. He kicked the bucket under three weeks before its begin. Ms. Slope played out a passionate version of "Mend the World" with a kids' choir at his broadcast commemoration administration.
Since my school was an arts magnet school, I now had access new musical resources. I was able to get the help of many talented student musicians to record the pieces I wrote. Because of these recordings, I received an offer from the TV production teacher at my school to be put in contact with some of his students who were interested in submitting their short films to independent film festivals (meaning they would need original scores.) I worked on three films, one of which actually made it to a festival.
Not only was I elected to be the treasurer of the music program, but I was also awarded the position of "low brass section leader. " Earning this position sparked my desire be an ever greater musician; therefore, I decided to audition for the PMEA District 9 Concert Band. Being selected to participate in this band festival is undoubtedly the most difficult of all band festivals; however, I put a tremendous amount of work into my audition, which ultimately allowed me be one of only six band members from my school to be admitted to this prestigious band festival. Senior year has only just begun, but nevertheless, I still continue to put my best into the band program. I currently serve as the vice president of the organization, and in the marching band, I am the brass captain.
One of the first of these is the passion that I have had for the fine arts since I got my first instrument in my fifth-grade year. Instruments for me then and now were used for expression, as well an escape and an outlet, even if it was just for a few minutes. I used music as a sort of antidepressant, as I felt like I did not have very many friends and felt completely alone for a long time. I also used to sing in the school choir and performing in the theatrical productions to express my emotions and feel like an important person to myself in my life. Some of the very first influences I had growing up with music was my grandpa and my music teachers Mrs. Dayton and Mr. Howe (yes, there used to be a Mr. Howe where I used to go to school as well)
Throughout the novel, “The Grapes of Wrath,” by John Steinbeck, the roles of Ma Joad begin to change gradually as the story goes on. Pa began the story as the leader of the family, but as they travel to California, Ma begins to be more and more in charge of what the family does and where they will travel to next. She is also the one who attempted to keep the family together as much as she possibly could. Even though she is a female, Ma Joad's strong and powerful leadership helps the family to continue to be a whole, yet be the protective feminine mother they knew to love. By standing up to many of the men, making the decisions of when the family should leave a specific camp, and even making the decision to tell Tom Joad to leave for his own and his family's safety shows her guidance through the family's adventure.
Even with my moods, whether it is sad or mad, music will help me get through it. It has absolutely been an enormous part of my life and who I am. Thus, this is to say that I have musical talent. I am in a high school marching band, where I play any piano-like instrument. My viewpoint with music has come to a simple conclusion, without it, I would not know who I am or what to do with my life.
Recently I had a big personal achievement that I 'm truely proud of. I attend the music school and I play the violin. Before one week I had an important concert for Oginski 's honor, but I was realy afraid of it because I had a big scene fear. I repeated, played and tried to improve my playing for Oginski 's polonaise.
After the introduction for orchestra that the string teacher gave, I really want to learn how to play the violin. I already know how to read music so I figured this would pretty simple. My mom knew that I would want to in orchestra so we headed over the West Music and we brought back a violin. It 's just like the one my sister had, except this one was mine. When I brought it home my sister wanted to play with it, but being the little sister I said no.
Today, in my senior year of high school, my sixth, final year of archery looms on the horizon. I have been elected team captain, a proud opportunity to contribute to the sport and team that I love. Looking back, archery has been the clearest representation of my journey to adulthood: Once I was the kid, scared and alone, having that bow placed in my hands; now, I have the honor of placing in the hands of young middle schoolers and high schoolers their bows and arrows, and, though they may yet be unaware of it, I give them their pride, their self-realization, and their
My gaze penetrates the black box and wishes to create frictions of four strings, the way musicians were rendering the music during my Middle School orientation. My elective choice, a violin, upset my mom though. Italian Andrea Amati, creator of the first violin would never be imagined that roller coaster inventor Joseph Merlin introduced his invention while playing the violin. Up to middle school, an orchestra was a part of regular school time, the predicament started when I continued playing violin in the school orchestra at Troy High School.
My uncle has won best rock album in his band and my aunt has been on America’s Got Talent a few years back, you can say I have a music based family. My family has a wide range of careers, my mom is a teacher, my aunt is a composer for her band, and my dad lays down tile for various houses and other places. Then there is me, who is on YouTube and performs with my cello and piano in her room dreaming big. I have always dreamed about performing on stage with my cello or on Broadway on some stage in New York.
While I didn’t know much about it at the time, my sisters were members of the Sigma Phi Omega at Cal State Long Beach. The dedication to the organization was intensive from watching them leave early for class to coming home late at night to staying up late to study and the cycle repeats.
I am Julianna Jenkins an outgoing Musical Theater major with a dream to be an entertainment lawyer. I have been going to Appomattox Regional Governors School for 3 years as a Musical Theater Major. One of the reason I fell in love with Greensboro College is because it has a small community and that will give my an opportunity to grow. After meeting some of the Musical Theater students from freshman to senior they all said that they have gotten support from student and teachers at Greensboro. They also said that Greensboro is not a place that you will get lost in the crowd.