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    • Grace says...

      As a high school violinist who is hoping to go professional, I think my dream job would be to play in a movie soundtrack orchestra. I love classical soundtracks and it makes me smile like an idiot when I hear one that’s composed really well.

      On December 31, 2013

    • Che Buford says...

      Do carbon fiber bows get different rosin?

      On December 20, 2013

    • Timmy Banna says...

      My most memorable music experience was attending a summer Violin/viola camp with ISYM (at U of I). It was so great to be able to play my instrument (violin) with so many talented musicians, from all around the Midwest, learn under the instruction and mastery of the professors, and grow in my skill of performing in front of larger audiences, as we all had to do so at the end of the week. All in all, I feel that I improved a lot during this week and developed certain skills and a more disciplined mindset as a musician, primarily in regards to the vitality of practicing.

      On December 17, 2013

    • Timmy Banna says...

      My most memorable music experience was attending a summer Violin/viola camp with ISYM (at U of I). It was so great to be able to play my instrument (violin) with so many talented musicians, from all around the Midwest, learn under the instruction and mastery of the professors, and grow in my skill of performing in front of larger audiences, as we all had to do so at the end of the week. All in all, I feel that I improved a lot during this week and developed certain skills and a more disciplined mindset as a musician, primarily in regards to the vitality of practicing.

      On December 17, 2013

    • Timmy B says...

      My most memorable music experience was attending a summer Violin/viola camp with ISYM (at U of I). It was so great to be able to play my instrument (violin) with so many talented musicians, from all around the Midwest, learn under the instruction and mastery of the professors, and grow in my skill of performing in front of larger audiences, as we all had to do so at the end of the week. All in all, I feel that I improved a lot during this week and developed certain skills and a more disciplined mindset as a musician, primarily in regards to the vitality of practicing.

      On December 17, 2013

    • Alexia Pantanizopoulos says...

      I am the biggest Beatles fan ever…I went to see Paul McCartney in concert in Atlanta of 2002 with my Mother on Mother’s Day. We got moved from the “nose bleed” section down to 3rd row before the show started..I began to cry as we got closer to the stage and once we sat down the crew members for McCartney started talking to me and my Mom! During the show they would secretly hand me items from the stage…Paul’s red plastic cup he had drunk from and the drummer’s busted snare drum head! Towards the end of the show my Mother had binoculars on looking at Paul and he gave her two thumbs up!! A most magical memorable moment “In my life” :-)

      On December 17, 2013

    • Michael Ellis says...

      My most memorable performance was when I had performed with my youth orchestra and we played Tales of Vienna Woods and Russian Sailors Dance and it was so fun and was our second ever standing ovation. Was truly fun!

      On December 15, 2013

    • Alex says...

      I love russian composers. Shostakovich is perfect

      On December 14, 2013

    • Ebhann says...

      One of my most memorable performances was at a music camp last year. During one of the pieces the first cellist needed a rock stop and did not have one so the conductor gave her his shoe.

      On December 14, 2013

    • Jim says...

      One of my most memorable experiences was playing in the pit orchestra for Man of La Mancha.

      On December 14, 2013

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