I Still Can’t Believe it . . .

I’ve got some very exciting news to share. After a long and sometimes painful audition process I was accepted to sing with the Brigham Young University Singers. I still can’t believe it. I’ve sung the last two years with the BYU Concert Choir and absolutely loved it. It’s very hard to leave Concert Choir, but I feel that this is something I need to do right now. I’m excited to see the possibilities of singing with this group and the rewards of singing with them. We’ve already gotten most of the music for this year and it’s pretty exciting. For those in the Utah Valley area, you’ve got to hear some of this stuff.

We’re planning a tour to Ireland this April for nearly a solid month. I’m especially excited for this because I lived there for two years. I love the island and have many great friends there. I’m very excited to go back and meet up with friends again. Also, someone’s got to be a translator for Dr. Staheli. Ha Ha! One of the things that drew me to audition was because Singers performs a lot, and records a lot. I’m really looking forward to it!

I have to admit, at the first rehearsal I felt like an imposter. Not because of this “I’m not worthy” fake humilty garbage, but simply because I’ve always been on the spectator’s side. I’ve always watched and admired as a member of the audience. Now that I’m standing there singing with them, it just feels weird. Also, I found out how fast the choir moves in learning music. I sat there thinking, “Whoa. This is hard. This is gonna take a lot of work.” You barely have time to breathe let alone think. I’m loving it already.

I’ll update more about upcoming concerts later. This is going to be a good year. By the way, if any of you in the Utah Valley want to come to the christmas concert buy your tickets now. They sell out beginning of October.

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