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Emily Allen

Post Concert Reflection

April 29, 2012 at 3:27 AM

Just finished our performance of the Verdi! It was literally the most amazing concert I have ever been a part of. All week, we have been working with a wonderful guest conductor as well as 4 amazing soloists. With each rehearsal, we got to see the piece being "built" befor our eyes (First rehearsal was just orch, then orch and choir, then orch and soloists, then everyone!) The performance ended with a crazy long round of applause (longer than I have ever seen in my life). Next week, we will be performing the Verdi again in New York City! It is experiences like this that really have an impact on you as a musician. All I can say is, I am so glad I came to music school!

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