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Senior Vocal Recital

By Rex Goode

In December 2006, I graduated from Concordia University in Portland, Oregon. I received a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree. As part of my senior year, I decided to take voice lessons for senior credit. My teacher was Konstantin Kvach. He was magnificent.

He brought out a lot in me that I only barely suspected I had. For my senior recital, I performed “Libera Me” from Faure’s Requiem. The audience was made up of students, their families, and the music faculty from Concordia University. I got a “whoop” from the audience fo my performance. I enjoyed doing it immensely.

See my recital below. Listen for the “whoop” at the end.

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2 Responses to “Senior Vocal Recital”

  1. Den said:

    Awesome!

  2. Springs Of Water » I’m News to Me said:

    […] a couple of unfinished novel manuscripts. I also wanted to be an opera singer. Took lessons. See my Senior Recital. Like my mother, I’ve remained pretty much a talented […]

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