Macayla—8D 8D 8D 8D 8D!!!
It is DONE. Accomplished. Over. Completed. =D =D =D =D
Anyway. I found this:
I studied and studied about my songs, composers, lyricists, contemporaries, and lots and lots of dates. I had no clue what I would be asked. Luckily, they did ask about things I knew.
When I walked into the stage, I saw a lot of the music faculty interspersed throughout the room. They were all pretty quiet (which always freaks me out. They act super professional for things like this when in real life they’re supper effervescent, kind, and friendly.) First, one of them asked me what I was going to start with. I panicked a bit, thinking to myself "wait! I didn’t study this!!!!!" So, I just picked the one I thought I sounded best on. After that, Dr. Kibble mentioned the composer of another song. I waited for Amy to start playing, but she didn’t know which song that was. Hehe so, I finally figured that out and told her. After that one, they all started conferring together. I guess they were figuring out if they wanted me to sing the third song or not. They decided to just ask me questions instead. So, they asked me about Marie Antoinette and her song C’est Mon Ami and then Dr. Penner asked me about Rend’il Sereno Al Ciglio and if it was from a larger work (which it is. It’s from an opera called Sosarme.) They asked me a little bit about my major—which is that I don’t really have a major here….and then they wished me a good summer.
It’s been fun! <3 Peace!
Ps. If you do come to Southern and see me on the promenade, say hello. :)