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
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 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.
It may have seemed like a simple message of end of the school year sadness, however, in deeper detail, it was a call to realization of how adventurous the future will be. It is a reminder that I will not be alone as I go through my life journey, this proved that I had at least person who will be by my side when things become tough. This lasting message taught me that in order to succeed for myself, I have work harder to reach my goal. I am the only one who will get to it. Growing up in a traditional Asian household where topics such as anxiety and depression are considered taboo, talking about my mental health with an actual Asian mother was alleviated the stress of my future.
Musical theater teaches children whether they are going to enjoy performing in their professional life. Not everyone wants to participate in musical theater, but many do and aren’t given the opportunity. Having theater for youth is extremely important to our society because if Musical theater wasn’t involved in children's lives, those who truly love it would never get to express themselves about it. All in all, musical theater needs to be available to those that want to participate in it, however, what about the funding?
Throughout my childhood, I was encouraged to play some sort of instrument or something that I was interested. But I was naive to the purpose of learning how to play something. My words were that’s been hard enough to learn in that time I could be doing more important activities. While other children were involved in school activities I’ve focused more on my education than to go out and explore the world. In which I would do once in a while ,I did enjoy the outdoors, playing
I had always dreamed of becoming a teacher since I was a little girl, at this moment my dreams were different. Going through this experience with the knowledge I had previously gained, changed my thoughts about my future career. I was now inspired to be a nurse, a nurse practitioner to be exact. I see how my courage to handle this maturely and confidently helped my father feel comfortable with me assisting him. I had never been placed in this situation of having to actually put forth my skills, but thankfully for this experience, I came to realization of what my future profession was truly supposed to be.
During adolescence, to me, it felt like I had no freedom. I believe every child feels this way at sometimes, especially children growing up in the United States. When I look back, I realize
There 's nothing like being a star on Broadway because you might get notest. I love to sing a lot. An imporent goal i have is to be a professional singer .some steps that i can follow is to take sining lessons and dedicate time to practice playing guitar also taking acting lessons. if i graduate high school and take singing lesson and learn to play the guitar i have better chances of becoming a singer will increase.some consequences that i might face is people ask me to be in plays and to sing for them or go to college because of my voice. if i get a good job by singing i will donate my time to the children 's hospital and donate money.when
Music for Children will keep the kids under adult supervision until their parents come to get them. The volunteers at Music for Children go under exclusive background check. Music for Children only looks for volunteers who are ready to work with the children and understand music and the joy it brings to everyone. “‘Music for the sake of music.’ Any responsible music educator will emphatically echo this important mantra” (Lautzenheiser).
I knew there will be going to be children, but I never expect younger children and older children coming to the event especially kids who are only few months old. I never thought I would be working with such a young child, and it was interesting how we work with these younger kids compare to 10 years old. It was totally different, and it was a great experience to work with kids at that young age and also with older kids. I expected families will join their kids and participate, and they did. Parents and their children join in together and having fun.
This dangling dream not followed can eat your insides. I have a dream I need to pick up and mine is a passionate musical career. I still play music occasionally and listen to music. There is much more I could be doing to perusing this deferred dream of a musical career. I wake up to this poster on my wall of a band that won a battle of the bands when I was 16.
That work ethic has been reflected through academic letters, band letters, placement in debate meets, leadership positions, and scholarships earned in high school. My work ethic was also reflected, as I became a recipient of the nationally recognized John Philip Sousa Band Award. The heart instilled by my parents also led to experiencing a taste of employment within my dream career field. On my own accord, after volunteering for a year, I found myself working as an intern at Crossroads Church. Not knowing what I truly wanted to do in the realm of music, I used the opportunity I was given to work in the field of Technical Arts.
If you ask anyone around my school what I am truly passionate about, more than likely they will mention band in some way. They 'll probably tell you about how I have had this dream of teaching music to people for many years. What they probably wouldn 't tell you though, is that I use to not be interested in band very much. It was fun to me, but it just didn 't grab my eye as much as other things. That all changed though on one fateful day in November.