provided by Madeline Kennedy
Future college: Baylor University
Future Job: CEO of a non-profit organization
Years in choir: 9
Wingspan: What is it like being in varsity choir?
Kennedy: “It’s nice, we do a lot of work. I really like it because it’s kind of a good way to not focus on my stresses, but it’s definitely a lot of hard work.”
Wingspan: How has choir affected your life?
Kennedy: “It’s given me lots of friends and a way to like chill.”
Wingspan: What’s been your favorite memory?
Kennedy: “My favorite memory is probably getting ready for performances and doing well in them sometimes.”
Wingspan: How do you balance choir, swim and everything else you have going on?
Kennedy: “Well it’s difficult, but I think I’m super organized and if I prepare in advance for things then I can balance them out.”
Wingspan: What have you learned about yourself through the arts?
Kennedy: “I’ve learned that I can be creative, express my creativity, and it gave me confidence.”
Wingspan: How do you handle your mistakes during a performance?
Kennedy: “Usually with confidence because normally people don’t know what I’m going to sing, so especially if were in a group. If you play it off cool, then the audience won’t know.”
Wingspan: What’s the biggest challenge of being in choir?
Kennedy: “Some of the songs because our choir grew a lot this year so we have a lot of different parts. It’s challenging at times to focus on singing my part correctly.”
Wingspan: What is your advice to anyone who aspires to be in the arts?
Kennedy: “You should just try it because it gives you a lot of friends and you can learn new things from people.”