Senior Recital

I apologize for writing so many posts about being a senior… I promise after this week I’ll find a new topic, I just had to share my experience from the weekend first!

This weekend was my senior voice recital, which is the capstone project for music majors. I sang eleven pieces in five languages that spanned centuries of music. I started choosing and learning pieces for my recital as early as sophomore year, so it was definitely an amazing day for me: the culmination of years of hard work. But by years, I don’t just mean college. I started taking voice lessons in the 8th grade, singing in choir in 5th grade, playing piano when I was six…. you get the idea. It all led me here, and let me tell you, Saturday was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

Some of you may be sitting here thinking back to Saturday and remembering a snowy day with such strong winds that there was a white out. And you would be correct… after all, what’s live performance without a little blizzard? 😉 Due to the weather, some friends and family from out of town weren’t able to make it, but it made me all the more grateful for everyone who fought their way through the storm to support me. Muskingum has given me an amazing group of friends and peers. I could not be more thankful and blessed.

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