Of the many great things that Canada has produced (Poutine, Outdoor Adventures, Drake) a diversity of experience is charmingly captivating in Québéc. The marriage of Old World Europe & New World French Canada allows for a surreal escape.
While the world was asleep at 230 am, I started to awaken a side of my brain and the music in my heart that I had left dormant and abandoned for so long.
“Sing badly with confidence.” That was the advice I got today at my 5th singing lesson. I had to do a double take on that one with my instructor. This lesson was an interesting one today and was one lesson that convinced me to continue renewing my vocal lessons. We worked on scales and yelling…
While that moment of vulnerability was only for a few moments (with someone I hardly know), I feel so exposed and uncomfortable. I think of the quote, “The fear of looking stupid is holding you back.” I’ve already crossed the bridge of looking stupid so now, I have to choose whether I want to stay looking stupid or if I want to choose to exit this state.
I love how music can speak to you, make you feel something you never expected to feel but most of all, I love how music can communicate feelings and emotions that you would never know how to put into words.