Tuesday, July 27, 2010

On the Radio

To celebrate my FIFTIETH blog post I thought the most exciting thing to do would be to invite you all to listen to me sing the last performance of Elijah with the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp Youth Symphony Orchestra and Choir exclamation point exclamation point exclamation point*

The piece will be broadcast live from Hill Auditorium in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Blue Lake's own public radio station at seven thirty eastern time/six thirty central time.  To listen to it live online, just click here: ELIJAH LIVE BROADCAST. It would be silly for you to listen online and have no idea what we are saying, so please follow along with the text here. Singing in Hill will be a bittersweet moment for me because it is the last time I will be performing in Ann Arbor before I move back to Texas in September.  In the last four years at the University of Michigan I had many opportunities to both sing on the stage with the Chamber Choir and see many concerts from the audience of this beautiful hall, and getting to do so one last time will be such a treat.

Now, not to be tacky [oh who am I kidding], lets compare Hill randomly to one of the places I had to got to sing in Europe...

* So in addition to my screen breaking on my lap-top, apparently the number keys don't work either, which is really fun when I try to type exclamation points, at signs, parentheses, etc.  I also tried to pay a bill online the other day and when I was prompted to put in my credit card number I wept a little bit and just called them. Oh, and apparently you can make the asterik by hitting function p on dell laptops, so that helps

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