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Madeline Kennedy

In choir for the last nine years, senior Madeline Kennedy uses the class to express her creative side while trying to balance other extra curricular activities such as swimming and photography.

In choir for the last nine years, senior Madeline Kennedy uses the class to express her creative side while trying to balance other extra curricular activities such as swimming and photography.

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In choir for the last nine years, senior Madeline Kennedy uses the class to express her creative side while trying to balance other extra curricular activities such as swimming and photography.

provided by Madeline Kennedy

provided by Madeline Kennedy

In choir for the last nine years, senior Madeline Kennedy uses the class to express her creative side while trying to balance other extra curricular activities such as swimming and photography.

Madeline Kennedy

Grade: 12th

Future college: Baylor University

Future Job: CEO of a non-profit organization

Years in choir: 9

Inspiration: Mom

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.”

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