Friday, June 29, 2012

JMC 1 Mini Concert

Yesterday was a very busy Thursday for me. I woke up at 6:30am to participate in my kindergarten's 3rd field trip of the year. We went to a pizza restaurant where I made my very first pizza (coming up in another post).

Upon reaching home at 3pm, I was forced to take a nap so that I could be "re-charged" for another big event later in the evening.... it was my music class (Yamaha JMC Book 1) mini concert where I had to perform a solo singing presentation and play a repertoire piece on the piano.

I felt very confident and at ease (mummy was obviously more stressed than me!) and I wanted to be the last to perform when my teacher asked for volunteers...

Finally, it was my turn. I was really the last to perform...

Teacher S helped me with my self-introduction

A few of my classmates suffered from severe case of stage-fright where they cried and refused to perform. Mummy was worried that I would follow suit but I turned out to be all cool, calm and steady. Overall, I did quite well but I was very stiff during my solo singing presentation of The Whales' Sneezes. I did not do any actions and I couldn't remember some of the lyrics. My mind was quite blank although I have been practicing hard for this. I was very, very nervous and it was clearly written all over me...

...I clutched on to my skirt like this throughout my performance @_@ 

Playing A Cuckoo Clock on the piano

Phew!! I'm so glad it's all over now! *ran happily back to my seat*

My performance was not excellent but it was not too bad either. For an extremely shy and timid person like me, it was considered good already. My Cuckoo Clock performance on the piano was also mistake-free. Daddy and mummy were very proud of me! 

After the "concert", we had a party, sort of like a mini makan-makan session along one of the narrow corridors of the music studio. It was a pot-luck party and mummy and I contributed this...

J.pops... baby donuts from J.Co

24 comments:

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    1. No, each level is completed in 6 months. She's now doing JMC 2.

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  2. I can feel she was nervous....but great job!

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  3. Oh looking at her hand clutched her skirt can know she is kinda nervous too. Well done Chloe!

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  4. Got baby doughnuts one ar? I am so jakun... :P

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  5. Well done, Chloe. This is first move, I believe there will be more to come. It would be nice if Chloe's mommy could put up her video of playing the song. :)

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  6. Chloe you are a very brave girl standing in front of everybody. *Pat Pat one the shoulder*. U done a great job!

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  7. Reading your post also make me nervous...... So proud Chloe made it through.... Clap clap clap

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  8. Well done Chloe!

    I think concerts like this are good for confidence building :)

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  9. Clap, clap~ Good job!

    I was stage fright when I was your age, Chloe.

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  10. Well done Chloe :) This reminds me of Ashley's JMC concert too. I was more nervous than her....hahhaha.

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  11. Well Done, Chloe! You must be very proud of her.

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  12. Great job Chloe! I remember the whale song from Vic's jmc days last time, it's a very catchy song. Your classroom look familiar, it is in kj? And my my, those donuts look sinfully delicious, makes me craving for them now!

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    1. Yup, it's in KJ, Studio 17, just in case you are wondering ;)

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  13. So cute to see her clutching her dress! The nerves must have gotten to her but she did well. She went ahead with her performance and made her mama proud! Well done Chloe! With more concerts, you will be a pro in no time! Keep it up, little gal.

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  14. I see donuts at midnight and my tummy goes haywire! Well done Chloe for singing and then playing the piano too! :)

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  15. Coincidently, lil May also just had her mini concert on book2 of Music for Little Mozarts. Perhaps, I should also blog about it. My girl did have stage fright in her performance. Maybe they are still young.

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  16. Well done Chloe.....despite being nervous, you did a great job!

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  17. Performing in front of others is no ez feat. Well done, Chloe!

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  18. Chloe must be proud of herself. That is a good exposure for her :)

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  19. It was a brave and bravo perf from Chloe.
    Well done girl!

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