The First Six Years Of My Life

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Growing up, I was a bizarre child. Being vocally muted for the first six years of my life, this made me very jealous of singers, so for the first eight years of my life, I hated music. This all changed one day, when I enter the first day of Mariachi class during 5th grade, just so I can simply avoid taking Judo for a third year. I walked in and there was a bunch of instruments on the floor. I was told to pick one and sit next to it. Therefore, I sat down next to the most peculiar one, the violin. Next, we went to another room, learned a how to hold a bow, and played a couple notes. From that day, I was hooked. As a result, I continued playing violin for seven years, upright bass for two years, and choral singing for three years. Music was something I grew up around and ended up influencing me to go to a performing arts middle and high school. My junior year, I took a film class …show more content…
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