Summer is coming to an official close. It’s always a depressing time for me because my time of freedom, liberation and creativity. At the same time, I get a lot of opportunities to grow. Call backs will be held for BYU Singers on Tuesday (so excited) and start rehearsing on Wednesday.
I’m officially starting my Masters program tomorrow. Choral rehearsal techniques, Choral Lit., 19th Century Counterpoint. These are three massive classes. In addition, I start teaching my first class tomorrow. I’m teaching two classes: Basic Conducting (for non-majors), and University Chorale. It’s going to be lots of fun. I’m excited/nervous about the whole teaching class deal. But it should be good.
A new semester of exciting possibilities, even if it means that no more days to go to Payson Lake or Mona. BYU Singers more than makes up for it. Here’s a little lament to the fleeting summer: