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As this semester comes to an end, so has my time (until next August of course) with my awesome all-male a capella group, the Vanderbilt Dodecaphonics. I joined the “Dodecs” last fall as a sophomore, and since then it has been a really important [and fun] part of my Vanderbilt experience. This semester I was...
As the semester comes to a close, student group performances start popping up like mad! Every weekend is so chock full of performances you can't conceivably attend them all and still have time to study and sleep. As such, I wanted to write this blog post to talk about all the great students organizations that Vanderbilt has to offer.
Posted by Cassandra Mychalowycz on December 13, 2012 in Art, Blair School of Music, College Life, Dance, Extracurriculars, General Information, Music, Student Life, blair, Dodecophonics, melodores, original cast, Performances, Tongue N Cheek, Vanderbilt University Theatre, Vandy Spoken Word, VIBE, Victory A cappella, Voce, Voices of Praise
This post coming to you fresh from the Yeh kitchen, as Mr. Turkey makes friends with his neighbors Butternut Squash, Carrot, and Potatoes in the Oven. Today I was practicing again. Such is the life. Anyways, I had the strangest feeling: the realization of the complete disconnect among the fingers of my left hand, which tapped the wire strings against the neck of my cello, and my right arm swinging back and forth like a pendulum- right, left, right left- and the noise which was just coming out of the wood. It was so bizarre.
So what better for Blair kids to do on their Friday night than go to the Schermerhorn Symphony Center for a delightful evening of music? We boarded the bus downtown, and when we arrived, we saw around half of our school there. From the pianists to violists to vocalists to horn players, the Blair School of Music had invaded the Nashville Symphony. Yes, that is what we music majors do to kick off our weekends.