When the going is rough, he holds up his chin.
To Nick, who shows kindness to all he does meet.
He even cares for his teachers, how sweet!
To Scott, who managed a feat most sublime.
He always slept late, but showed up (mostly) on time!
To Shafer, who has proven, without indiscretion,
A talent for finding the proper direction.
To Braun, who willingly rose to the occasion,
Delivering flowers at Antonino's ovation.
To Owen, who wears a mischievous grin.
He knows a secret--his eyes let you in.
To Chris, whose laughter can fill up a room.
He'll shase away feelings of sorrow and gloom.
Here is to Jasmine, who says "No, it's not!"
Without her, our class would have been lacking a lot.
Here's to Miss Filmore, a sprightly young lass.
Go running with her, and she'll kick your ass!
Here is to Jessica, who did not mind the gap,
But kept calm, carried on, and did not make a flap.
Here's to Miss Laura, who had a sore gum.
We are glad that she'll live 'til she's home with her mum.
Here's to Victoria, who likes a good laugh.
Without her along, we'd have had less fun by half.
Here's to Miss Smith, who needs lots of sleep,
But if she's cut short, she complains not a peep.
Here is to Grace, whose last name is Erie.
She is full of grace, and in her quiet way, cheery.
Here is to Maddi, first to wake in the morn.
She is modest and humble, n'er to blow her own horn.
Here is to Ingrid, who plays on the flute.
If you talk to her long, you will know she's a hoot.
Here is to Tani, a blossoming singer.
When she sings Covent Garden, we'll have flowers to bring her.
In one sentence, what was the most memorable musical moment from the past three weeks?
Jean Valjean redeemed
Just beyond the barricade
Hearing the talented pianists performing concerti by both Beethoven and Britten.
I really liked hearing the songs of La Boheme and realizaing how closely linked they were to Rent (the musical).
Finally hearing the piece (SIegfried Idyll) I did so much research on.
Hearing Gangnam Style at the Pantomime/King's College choir. It was almost a transcendent experience. So beautiful!
"Stars" and "Bring him home" at Les Mis--best performances seen live of each!
Hearing the gong during the Gamelan workshop.
Getting choked up at the end of Les Miserables.
Hearing the Celtic music with the fiddle, penny whistle and bagpipes. I got the goosebumps!
Beginning of "Night Ferry." I was immediately on the edge of my seat.
Seeing "The Nutcracker."
I loved hearing "Night Ferry" and being able to see Anna Clyne, the composer.
Almost every moment in Les Mis was my favorite, but Enjorlas was the best!
My favorite musical moment was probably Les Mis--especially Fantine's death. It was so well connected to the audience.
My favorite musical moment was actually learning how to play the fiddle. It's not everyday that you're able to have musical opportunities like that.
My favorite musical memory was the opportunity to see Les Mis. The music was so powerful and the singing was phenomenal.