Sunday, September 21, 2008

Back in the Symphony Again!


Brent finally got me to go audition for the Aurora Symphony, after years of letting my violin collect dust. I was reluctant because of all the activities I'm already involved in, but I found out very quickly that it was the perfect situation. The symphony mostly consists of professional moms and dads who don't have a ton of time to practice but just love to make music. We only rehearse once a week and have maybe a concert every couple months or so. The principle cellist is the orchestra teacher at my school, and when she found out I played, she got on me too! Anyway, I'm jumping in just in time for the October 11th "Tribute to the Silver Screen" concert. We're playing music from Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, and Schindler's List. I'm really excited for our December concert, as we're playing holiday music from the British Isles featuring a renowned Celtic vocalist as well as a handbell choir. Very festive! If you want to know more about the symphony you can visit this site: www.aurorasymphony.org/ I'm so excited to get back into something that was such a huge part of my life from about 5th grade up until my freshman year of college. Yay!

4 comments:

RichieD said...

Yay! We're thrilled to have you play!

Seth and Sierra said...

Good for you! I need to do that, too...my violin is still in Twin, but mom has me play over the christmases we spend there. I think I'll bring it to Oregon with me after this coming one.

Anne said...

Wonderful! I want to hear you play! I am more inpressed with the violin story than the running story..but then I can't understand why anyone would run..for fun..on purpose. (you are elite on so many levels..not the least was your ability to snag a Fowler boy.)

Anne said...

P.S. Macy comment... hysterical... I'm still laughing..