From today’s voice recital of some of my high school students. We let one get away before we got a photo…..
My youngest student is Greta. Sixth grade. Junior cheer and all.
From my office on Friday, with Lloyd the Larynx Model in the foreground:
I am finally caught the Muny Kids show this last week. And I enjoyed seeing three of my voice students in the performance, and also in the main stage for Newsies.
I found this week, in a piece of music in my office, a program from a 1998 studio recital:
I feel like a partial failure in noting that, 19 years on, I only really remember two of these students. Both had been with me for several years.
Seven of my private voice students were on stage at the Muny this week.
I’m one proud teacher.
I caught six of them after the second performance of The Little Mermaid.
That’s two waves, two guppies, a Flounder, and 1/4 of an octopus. Not a bad catch . . . at the Muny.
I posted this blog entry four years ago. The sentiments are still the same this weekend. I’m saying goodbye to six most wonderful seniors from my Webster University voice studio.
Alas. Hallelujah. Godspeed.
From Tuesday’s juries, here are three seniors after their song sessions:
I’m having a hard time visualizing next year without them.