6. Go to at Least One Summer Festival for Oboe
For anyone who’s not in the music world that don’t know what a festival is it’s sort of like summer camp for musicians. Musicians go to these festivals, throughout the U.S. or abroad, for a couple weeks and study with professionals from all over. Not only is it a fantastic learning experience, but it’s also a chance to travel. For each festival you have to audition and send in all kinds of extra...
5. Record a CD of Oboe Music
If you count CDs of recital music I suppose I’ve made a couple CDs of oboe music. Technically though they were CDs of oboe AND bassoon music because I’ve never done a recital of just oboe music. But it’s all kind of blah. I can hear all my mistakes, not to mention the clanking of the bassoon keys, and it’s just…blah. So I suppose this should say I want to produce a PROFESSIONAL cd of oboe...
Above is a letter I received with a holiday card from a couple that I’m friends with, basically sharing their exploits of the previous year. I know, it doesn’t sounds so awful, but here’s the kicker, it’s written from the point of few of their cat. That’s right, their cat. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes these cards are adorable and are an improvement to staring at pictures of their “family” all...
Okay. I love Macs, but I still despise Safari. ...
Please be relaxing. Love, Heather
4. Become a Famous Blogger
This bucket list item is pretty simple, I want this blog, or any blog I post on, to be famous. I want a GAZILLION followers. I want to entertain the masses from the comfort of my own home. I want to share my writing. But most importantly I want share my experiences. This semester, on my journey to better blogging, I had the opportunity to interview an experienced blogger, Pete Prodoehl. I’d...
Time to get my write on!