A time of music.


It makes perfect sense that any student within a music program in an education environment would have recitals to perform, but what I hadn’t considered before was that these same students would be obliged by their professors to attend many of other peoples recitals as well.

It’s fast approaching the end of the year at UWO, and the student collective are all having their recitals, one by one – the performances halls and rooms booking very quickly, hour by hour, night after night by students looking to display their cumulative gifts from a year’s worth of work and effort.

Not only has Nicole two distinct recitals this week (including her first ever solo recital), there are so many other recitals by people I’ve gotten the opportunity to meet, performers of all manners of instrument. And being the music nerd that I am, well… it’s like being a fireman in a time of fires.

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  1. Nicole says:

    Attendance is not completely obligatory. We actually do enjoy hearing each other perform :op I’m glad you are enjoying the multitude of recitals. It will only get busier from here!

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