…and yet another fun cabaret has gone by! This time, I performed two pieces I absolutely adore – America (West Side Story), and Je Veux (by Zaz). In America, I was honored to have been able to accompany Ms. Ashlyn, a phenomenal dancer. As a surprise, I prepared and dedicated Je Veux to Mme Maryse, my wonderful friend and French teacher.
I was honored that my family and friends came to see my performances! Check out the recordings below.
I cannot wait till the next cabaret! Please comment and let me know what you think.
I got my first full-size violin just a couple of weeks ago! Woo-hoo! And boy, do I love her – which is very appropriate since I got her on Valentine’s Day. In honor of this, I have named her my Sweet Valentine. Who knows – maybe she will be the violin I take with me through the rest of my life. Check out the pictures – isn’t she just beautiful? And she sounds so wonderful… like melted caramel.
Last week marked my second Emory Orchestra concert! I am so honored that I get to be a part of this wonderful orchestra. We performed a very nice program, I believe. Check out the recordings at the links below! Please let me know what you think in the comments.
Symphony in D Major, op. 11 Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
Fantasia in F Tracey Rush
Unter Donner Und Blitz, Schnell-Polka (Thunder and Lightning, Quick Polka)Johann Strauss Jr.:
Woohoo! Once again, I got the opportunity to be a part of my acting studio’s Cabaret! I had so much fun playing some fiddle music – I performed Cotton-Eyed Joe! This was a special treat for me, as I mostly play classical music! Special thanks to my wonderful violin teacher Mr. Crane, who arranged the violin music and created the soundtrack.
I also sang I Could Have Danced All Night. This is such a special song and I got to be like Audrey Hepburn aka Eliza Doolittle for a few minutes…😊 I also had the honor of working on this piece with Ms. Ashlyn, a wonderful dancer! Mr. Don joined us for the second performance and made it very funny.😊 Here are the recordings:
I would love to hear what you think!
A few months ago I was accepted into the Emory Orchestra family. We just had our first concert last week! I am so happy that I have the opportunity to play with so many talented people. Check out the recordings at these links:
Boyce’s Symphony 1 – First Movement
Boyce’s Symphony 1 – Second and Third Movements
Meyer’s Of Glorious Plumage
Safford’s Fiddler’s Fury
This past weekend I performed at the 5th annual Tower of Talent – a fundraiser for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). It was my second time participating in the event. This year, I had the honor of working with a very talented vocalist Jasmine Handmaker. She has such a beautiful voice and she did such a wonderful job at the event! We performed One Moment in Time together. My wonderful violin teacher arranged a violin part just for me – thank you so much, Mr. Crane!
I am really glad that I was able to perform at the Tower of Talent again and support such a worthy cause. This event is put on under the patronage of the generous and wonderful Greenbaum family. You can check out the recording at this link: