…on the web at least. Today has marked one year since I have officially made my debut on the web. Keeping a blog has proved to be a valuable journal and accountability tool that has challenged me to take more initiative over my learning as a budding artist.
I am proud of myself for devoting more time to listening to new music, as well as taking the time to do more independent study, even though I still see quite a bit room to improve in that area. Increasing my activities behind the scenes will ultimately give me more content to talk about, and will be a solution to one of my weaknesses–inconsistency in internet activity–especially during the school year, when I am always busy, but have tons of trouble taking time out of my obligations for myself.
I am pleased to announce that there will be a “Meet the Studio” series beginning in a few weeks. It will feature profiles from the many composers at the University of Redlands. But for now, here are some of the highlights from the past twelve months:
Top three posts, beginning with the most popular:
- Our Masterclass with the Aiana String Quartet
- Never A Dull Moment
- Calling All Artists: Where do you like to write/create/compose?
Top “Cool Stuff…” post:
My first miniseries:
- Dynamic Duos, Part I: Charly & Margaux
- Dymamic Duos, Part II: Flutronix
- Dynamic Duos, Part III:…Well, I cheated–this one’s a trio. 🙂
- Dynamic Duos, Part IV: Nuttin’ But Stringz
A big thank you to all of my readers!!!! I am excited for what the next year will bring, and I am looking forward to stepping it up a notch. 😉