YAY Ivyann! Congrats
I really like that viewpoint, Anna!!
For Anna- How does your classical training influence your own song writing?
Bella - For every art form that is great to hear.
Bethany, I am sure that you are an incredible member of your section!!
Ms. Fluty, even in our 2-person section here in the school orchestra, I can attest to that!
I cannot wait to hear you play banjo!!
I have a question
You’re my hero, Anna! I love banjo!
For those of you who learn multiple instruments (including voice), how do you decide what to practice
Ivyann and Lucy, this isn’t a question, but in case it is interesting in light of your interest in Beethoven, I read today in the New York Times about a coming novel that tells the story of the piano student who was at the heart of “Moonlight Sonata.” https://www.nytimes.com/2020/05/27/arts/music/beethoven-moonlight-sonata.html
Thank you, Dr. Holt!
Dr. Holt, that sounds fantastic!
Congratulations and well done, everyone! Bravo!
Ivyann, I always enjoy how you describe the pieces that you play!
This is such a great discussion! You are all so inspiring!
What about your practice or performance gives you the most joy?
I have a question. :)
I’m guilty for stealing those hot packs before my performances if I happen to be with Ivyann!
Oooooh that’s a good way to handle the anxiety
Such great tips!!
Are the lessons you have learned from performing applicable to your academic lives?
is there anyone who is MORE nervous when performing as a group?
That’s such an incredible way to put it
yess i feel u bella
Ivyann, thank you for your response!
Bella, I agree, at times the growth can feel uneasy. It's such a fantastic process.
Anna, being inspired by your first concert is so special!
Well said, Dr. Spiro-Allen!!!
great job :D
Thank you all!
You are all phenomenal!! Thank you so much for your brilliant talents, and for being you!!