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Every day in January and February is spent preparing music to perform at the solo and ensemble competition, and my sophomore year, I was performing three songs.
I was singing one classical solo, one musical theatre solo, and one duet. I spent a lot of time working on my classical and my duet.
I hated running lyrics. I spent some time going over the songs I already knew-- because I was lazy at the time and it was easy-- and I began to avoid my theatre song.
District Solo and Ensemble 2016
As the day of the festival came closer, I began to dread it. I was so nervous about my theatre song, but at the same time, I didn't want to work on it. I regretted signing up for the song, but with my money already in my accompanist's pocket, I couldn't back out.
When I got in the warm-up room on the day of the festival, nerves struck. I knew I wasn't nervous about the whole day; this was my fifth year participating and I knew a lot of the people there from past years. I just really, really didn't want to sing my third song, my theatre song.
My classical solo performance was a breeze. I knew my words, I knew my part, and I felt solid. One down, two to go.
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