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
That’s why it’s important. I can really be myself around almost everyone in my choir because we all hang out so much and get to know things about each other we probably don’t really need to know. We are all just there to do what we love and have a good time doing it, which I love. In conclusion, show choir may be a lot different from what people think and I hope that everyone can see why “Glee” is not a great representation of it. My experiences have showed me that people have the wrong idea about show choir just because no one has actually ever told them.
Towards the end of the book at the dance Vernon the football quarterback sees him dancing with his ex girlfriend and he gets really mad but Scott realizes that he can stand up for himself. On page 257 Scott sees his newborn brother for the first time. Since Scott
Eventually this space made me feel depressed and confused to see that we have been moving in the wrong direction and had become disconnected. It was a feeling of shame and guilt for what I had become. This lead me to go back to church once in a while (even though I went alone I still went back) and I would try to convince my family at times and vice versa. I was able to think about right and wrong on my own at this time. This has been continuing for a few years and I am now making the changes I want to see for myself.
What’s better than sitting at home, watching Kevin Bacon dance it out in “Footloose”? Watching your classmates perform the same songs and choreography at school. I was surprisingly entertained by Sacred Heart-Griffin’s production of “Footloose,” which was performed from Thursday, March 17, to Sunday, March 20. “Footloose” follows the story of Ren McCormack (played by junior Kyle Bolinger), who moves from Chicago to the small town of Bomont. When he learns that no one can publicly dance within the city limits, Ren and his classmates fight the law for the right to dance.
The opportunity to perform as a sultry and stupid Latin man seldom presents itself to a 14-year-old white girl. Yet, in the winter of my 8th grade year, I graced the stage for eleven nights as Aldolpho-- a bumbling Spanish lover -- and fake seduced my best friend for a plot to halt a wedding in the musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. Theatre presents wild opportunities. In the eight years of performing, I sung as an operatic wardrobe, sold women to China as a fake Asian, danced as scarecrow who only need a brain, and much, much more. I exist in a world of fake eyelashes, egos the size of Australia, character shoes and confusing cast lists.
As the music faded out and our first speaker approached the microphone on stage, I exhaled a sigh of relief. While I loved to sing along during these events, I could never shake the menacing voice of anxiety that was draped over my head. While the speakers delivered their stories, I listened intently, desperate to absorb a saying or phrase that would banish the dark presence from my mind. However, the next morning when I awoke, I was extremely discouraged to realize that I felt no different. Disappointed, I set out to receive advice from my group leader.
Not only was this song enjoyable, because it has a very nice beat and rhythm, but I specifically remember this song from a performance I did with the rest of the All City Chorus members in the fifth grade. Of course, back then, I did not think much of the song’s form and such, but overall it was a very fun experience and a great childhood memory. I remember we practiced this song numerous times, as well as other songs that we would then perform in the same concert, and the music instructor was very articulate on this song because we were doing something very special for it. Generally, all of the song selections the music instructor chose was all in English, including popular holiday songs, Oye Como Va was the only exception. Just as in any concert, performers would invite their families to attend and enjoy our hard work.
I actually have taken from both sides of the spectrum from realizing that one special transformative moment but also not even knowing that it would end up steering me towards my current career choice. At a young age, I constantly wanted to express myself through music. I always found a way to incorporate music into my daily life, whether it be by blasting my favorite music, creating my own funky songs, or even having the opportunity to participate in my elementary school choir. My love for music actually took flight after I had decided to join my elementary school choir, however, in my opinion, it is not the most transformative moment in my life. After elementary