When kids are feeling defeated, I will do everything to pull them up.
When you start to get big nose and think you can conquer the world I will make sure you are humble. (humbly flat grounded on the floor.. )
I love Eisteddfod cause every time you it, you grow stronger, vocally and mentally.
You are all so stunning and amazing. I hope I teach you more than just music (yeah right, attitude and good looking presence that is). Congratulations to
Kate-Highly commended, Age 15 contemporary solo
Louisa-Highly commended, Age 15 contemporary solo
Lucy-Highly commended, Age 15 contemporary solo
Alicia -Highly commended, Age 17 and above music theatre solo
Amy -Highly commended, junior championship
Jade-Highly commended, Age 14 Championship
Lucy-Highly commenced, Age 15 Championship
My Gretel, Giulia and Jade you are absolutely amazing and I love you very much.
Nanaha, Amy and Louisa in first place for age 9, age 10 and age 15 music theatre categories. Lucy (age 15) in 3rd place. Hannah (age 14) Emma (age 11) Kate (age 15)and Lucie Mae (age 15) in highly commended.
Susie is drown in proudness currently.
I used to win a lot of singing eisteddfods when I was younger and was very addicted to that smell of competitiveness .
The joy of me singing on stage can not compete with the thrill I see my students looking so strong on stage and singing songs beautifully from their heart.
When I see them sing, I am very nervous. And very proud.
If they win, it’s awesome.
if they don’t, I will not let one adjudicator’s opinion to decide on their happiness.
Some people say singing is for therapy. For me singing is a tool I use to set their strong presence, powerful voice and positive outlook to music and to life.
Congratulations to Nanaha in 2nd place, Jade in 2nd place, Isabella in highly commended, Bea in highly commended. Monica, Hannah, Emma, Zetong, Amy you are all my stars.
2013 first eisteddfod and now....my competition veterans
Ep 23 Alex (part 1-Life after high school)
After completing the HSC, Alex took a gap year, during which she engaged in various bouts of work experience and travelled to Turkey to explore the country that her mother migrated from.
Alex was offered a place to study a Bachelor of Law, but she transferred to Psychology, and later, to Economics. She discusses this journey and how she grew to be dissatisfied with the quality of university education (which prompted her to seek alternative forms of education).
A well-spoken girl who is determined to learn what she wants, despite societal expectations.