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This is my second time attending the Blair Salon Series at Dean Wcislo’s House. This particular Friday night was just as wonderful, and perhaps even better, than last time. When I attended in October last semester, the theme of the evening was “fairy tales,” including a piece from the musical “Into the Woods.” Tonight’s theme...
My friend E. had sent me an email asking me whether I was still in Nashville on December 11-12, and due to Finals, I replied with a yes. She then asked me whether I would be interested in playing a show. Of course! I can't believe that my first ever non-classical music performance was for Andrew Peterson's show "Behold the Lamb of God"!
As I sit down and relax (I just finished my finals--whew!), my mind wanders to everything that has happened this semester. One of my personal goals this year was to try something new that I have never done before. This semester, I achieved this by performing in Diwali.
I know that title is a bit of a mouthful but read on to know why. So I was sitting down a few days ago and I got thinking about all that’s happened this semester. My conclusion: Vandy wants me to have as much fun as possible. So earlier on this semester I had the...
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This is yet another ode to Nashville. I really don't think there are many college towns that allow for as many spontaneous concert adventures as I have had over my 3 years so far at Vandy. Although the week before Thanksgiving was a chaotic blur of group project meetings and nervous presentations (the blessing and curse of being an H.O.D. major), I somehow managed to fit in 2 spectacularly Nashville-y concerts on Thursday and Sunday night.
I’ve recently been inspired by Carrie Underwood’s live TV performance in the Sound of Music, so I now proudly, unabashedly present my own recreation of one of my favorite songs from this magical musical, all about picking my schedule. Also, I address how I settled on my schedule for my first two semesters at Vandy. Happy Holidays. Happy Finals-Procrastinating. Happy Reading.