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Andrew Lukonis

The Symphony of Life

September 14, 2012 at 12:08 AM

There are moments in life that no words in the tongues of men could ever articulate. If these moments could be transposed into a piece of music, it would be the most beautiful, inspiring, and loving sound to ever flow through the audible vibrations of your ears. You could hold this music in your heart forever and it could sustain you for the rest of your days.

This is probably the shortest blog I will ever write. And if it was to be the last, I'd be an eternally happy man.

"Dear Savannah,

Thank you for taking part in the GSYO auditions.

You have been accepted into the GSYO Youth Philharmonic Ensemble. The level of talent displayed at auditions this year was very high, and all of our conductors are really looking forward to this season!"

The Price Of A Dream


From Krista Moyer
Posted on September 14, 2012 at 12:44 AM
Congratulations, Savannah!
From Annette Brower
Posted on September 15, 2012 at 2:16 PM
Excellent. Thank you for sharing. Next time though, give a Kleenex warning.

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