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Usually at the end of sophomore year, when we have to choose our majors, we hit a wall. We figuratively hit it really hard. We come to that point where we ask ourselves the academic existentialist question, "Why am I in school?" For me, specifically, it was the question, "What I am doing.... as a musician?"
This event, for two hours on Friday night, marks the first night of the Blair Salon Series, a program successfully piloted last year. Around 30 people gathered at Dean Wcislo's house––performers, professors, and students from every college––for an evening of chamber music. The music was centered on fairy tales, partly as foreshadowing for the upcoming production of "Into the Woods" by Vanderbilt Opera, and partly as celebration of quirky, wonderful feats of imagination.
When I first came to Vanderbilt, family weekend was in September. Since I had never been away from my mom for more than three weeks, that was perfect! My favorite part of the weekend was the Athenian Sing, when I got to see the great performing arts groups on campus compete to raise money for different charities. After that night, I wanted to be involved in the Athenian Sing however I could. So, last year when I found out I could apply to be in the Athenian Honor Society and thereby help plan the event, I was psyched!
When you find a cause that you really love, you end up bringing into conversations a lot. That's kind of how I feel about human trafficking. It's a huge and heavy need around the world, and I have been SO ecstatic about getting involved with International Justice Mission (IJM) to help make my mark on this injustice.
Hello friends! This past weekend was filled with two of my favorite things; performances and my parents! Like my fellow star blogger, Erica Graff, my weekend kicked off on Thursday evening at Vanderbilt University Theatre’s production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. I did not know much about the show before hand, but it was fantastic...
Posted by Luke Anapolis on October 5, 2013 in Art, Blair School of Music, Family, Football, General Information, Music, Spring Break, blair, Concerts, family, family weekend, football, friends, Nashville, parent's weekend, Performance Weekend, Pharmacy, Senior recital, Sigur Ros, UAB, Vanderbilt Arts, vanderbilt football, VUT
After months of meetings/deliberation/preparations, this Thursday Commodore Quake was finally here!!!! This year’s Quake was my first as a member of VPB’s Music Group, so I got to experience all the fun from a much better view than before: The artists we had this year were Wale and Kendrick Lamar, two of the biggest names...
Get it? Extraordinary+Taylor? I’m not very creative. But it’s ok. Anyways, last week I talked about how I WON tickets through the Vanderbilt ResEd’s Commodore Cruise program. Well, despite an Anatomy Exam the next morning, I went to Taylor Swift and had an extraordinary experience. Although the average age of everyone at the concert was...