The melody of their first song pumped through the air with the rush of adrenaline, voices mingling together to compose the chorus of Fairly Local. The buzz that coursed through the Center was indescribable. Thousands of cries became one as people of all origins united for one cause--to hear the symphony of sounds that Twenty One Pilots was creating with each chord and beat. Hearts pounding and throats aching, the crowd hung onto every word coming out of Tyler Joseph’s mouth, until we all were intoxicated by the music. About two hours later, the Skeleton Clique (people of the Twenty One Pilots unofficial fanbase) dispersed as the concert came to a close, awestruck by what we had all witnessed.
I enjoyed every performance and I wouldn 't be as skilled of a musician as I am today without it. We played no pieces under a grade 6 level, only having full ensemble rehearsal once a week for a few months. It was difficult and somtimes frustrating, but I absolutely loved every moment. I
Except on Saturday night the Coronado High School boys were playing their most important game of the year, so my family and went and cheered them on. Then, on Monday and Tuesday I was really busy with water polo. Both days I had a water polo clinic from eleven to two with a retired Hungarian Olympian. I also had practice from four thirty to six thirty; more people came to Monday's practice than Tuesdays. On Monday night the U.S.A. Women's water polo team was playing Australia in La Jolla and I got to watch that to.
“Liberty-Eylau High School Band, you may take the field for performance.” It is a Friday night, and the stadium lights are glaring down on the fifty-yard line. As the band marches into opening set, fans are cheering and screaming the names of certain members. Every person watching enjoys the aspects we portray, but no one truly understands what work went into making the formations they see and playing the music they hear. Although being a member of the high school’s marching band has its challenges, the satisfaction of winning with a team, forming new relationships, and being a part of something bigger than oneself makes up for any mishaps in the end. There are many perks to being a part of a marching band.
My Fourth Of July WOW. That is what most people say when they see the crazy ,dangerous firework show we put on. It was a hot sunny blue sky day. It was July second and for the fourth of July our cousins were coming to stay with us. Every fourth of July my family spends a lot of money on fireworks.
In fact, after listening to the person performing ahead of me, I was tempted to leave the audition and tell people I just didn’t make it. In the end, I decided not to flee and actually performed quite well. I was proud of myself for overcoming this challenging event. In the end, obstacles make life challenging. Authors employ obstacles in their stories to garner interest.
The next few weeks were spent just eating out at amazing places, and just having an overall good time. We went to buffalo wild wings, dairy queen, and subway. Finally, one morning after having a long running practice for cross country, Carson informed us the shirts were in, and amazingly the day was a Wednesday. We all wore the shirts so proud that day, but little did the group know, this would be the last glory day of the Wednesday Night Eaterz. During that day, everyone at school was asking us where we got the shirts, and who all was in it, which made all of us members just feel like we were on cloud nine.
It was time. It was 5:30 in the afternoon as I dressed in my marching band uniform in the smelly locker room. All my friends were with me and we were excited for the tournament. I was very prepared for the tournament because we had practiced all week for this day. As I walked onto the school bus, I sat with my friend Tyler.
Shia LaBeouf's "Just Do It" speech is the epitome of empowerment for me. Whenever I feel like giving up on a task, I think of the speech by LaBeouf. LaBeouf empowers his audience by yelling at the camera. Though this terrifies some, the words he says are inspiring and encouraging. In his speech LaBeouf says, "Some people dream of success, but you are going to wake up and work hard at it.
So today, I hope to persuade each of you to take a part as volunteer in any kind of situation. VII. Because, by being a part as a volunteer, it can increase your socialization yet it can make you physical and mental health more better and can improve your career level. (Transition: Ladies and gentleman, let’s move to my first main point.) Body I. Nowadays, as a students like us, we often to have problems socializing.
In 1999, we had 10 bands at the Mitchell Persimmon Festival ... for it was their 150th anniversary and they paid the bands to come). These days - most bands (such as ours) are out every Saturday traveling to contests around the State of Indiana. Sundays have become a "day of rest." However - it is really important to represent your community at the hometown parade, so Paoli Band is glad to do their
The East Texas State Fair begins September 25th. While it’s not quite as large as the Dallas counterpart, it still has loads of fun to offer, and without the horrendous crowds to boot!. Enjoy all kinds of entertainment, a midway, fair food and flying dogs! They also have free concerts every night the fair is open (through October 4th). The the fair takes place in the heart of East Texas in Tyler, so it’s just a 45 minute drive from Canton.
The world tells us that a leader is strong, commands a crowd, and enacts visionary plans. While these characteristics are important, my experiences have shown me that a true leader is one who continually sacrifices—whether time, energy, or comfort—to create the magic for others. I continually strive to meet others’ needs, whether that means scheduling a second meeting to accommodate everyone, comforting a club member after they receive bad news, or making sure all of the kids are included when playing with my Little. Through this, it has been my goal to become both a better person and leader, while also inspiring others to do the
This is just the greatest industry in the world. What do you like to do in your free time? I have a softball team that plays every Sunday in the summer, and Marcus Rosner has been on my team the past few years. I also still have a server job at the Cactus Club Cafe in Vancouver. I don’t work this job because I need the money, but it is that it is a fantastic place to work.
Almost all the competitive marching bands have done away to trombone for safety reasons, intonation, and drill work. I had to adapt and learn how to play the new instrument. Since I was able to pick the horn up and figure it out quickly, I soon became able to teach the other three players in my section how the valves corresponded with what we knew with slide positions. The summer was merely putting two and two together. As the season went on we were able to compete and have a successful year, but what made that year special was we were able to watch Bands of America and then make a goal to perform there.