Morgan Snowden
  • Female
  • Lumberton, NJ
  • United States
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I am a:
Student
My school is:
Bishop Eustace Prep - Cherry Hill, NJ
My other school or arts organization is:
Moorestown Theater Company
My style(s) of music:
A cappella, Blues, Choral, Country Western, Musical Theater, Pop, Rhythm and Blues, Traditional
I am interested in:
Film Scoring / Soundtracks, Making Music Videos, Performing, Recording / Producing / Engineering
My musical instrument(s):
Voice
My other musical interests, styles, and instruments are:
I like all kinds of music. I have been performing since I was 8 and i told my parents i would be on Broadway someday. I have sung country, Gospel, Choral, Pop, Musical Theater, R&B & Soul. I love to dance as well.
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Artists would include Christina Aguilera, Whitney Houston, Bruno Mars, Jennifer Holiday and that's the tip of the iceberg. Influences really have centered around Musical Theater. I am the happiest when I am on stage.
More about me:
I was honored to meet Leslie & Melissa on Tuesday night! To actually meet people that have made it and are so good is an inspiration to me. It gives me the hope that i can too. Rejection is at every corner. I am strong enough to handle it. I would be honored beyond belief to be part of your project. I am told I am really coachable am I am an extremely hard worker. I am graduating 8th grade with straight A's. I am on student counsel. I dance. I do 3 - 4 plays a year. I love my family & my dog.

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At 2:06pm on June 3, 2013, Madison Lynn Embrey said…

I just commented on one of your pictures, but now I'm writing on your wall!  You should submit a question for Adam Pascal to answer! You literally just have to record yourself asking a question and then post it! No singing involved on this one! 

At 6:31pm on April 22, 2013, Brittany Bigelow said…

OH, also check our Madison, Brett-Marco, and I's new blog!! We would love to hear from you :)

http://musicalexchange.carnegiehall.org/profiles/blogs/ask-usweekly-blog?xg_source=activity

At 10:14pm on April 20, 2013, Brittany Bigelow said…

Morgan! Hope you are well! I love your videos! Will I get to meet you at Take the Stage?!

At 3:21pm on February 19, 2013, Jonathon Hampton said…

Hey Morgan. Looks like you're getting the hang of embedding your videos. Just for future reference, the secret to getting an actual thumbnail to appear, instead of the YouTube logo, is to just paste the link to the video instead of the "embed code". 

At 11:26am on February 18, 2013, Leslie Stifelman said…

Hi!  SKYPE TODAY?  Presidents Day holiday?

At 10:40am on February 10, 2013, Leslie Stifelman said…

Morgan!  You are fabulous.  Listen lots to talk about!   Can we make an appointment to meet online this week?  I see you have been skyping with Claudia - is that possible?  Or we can chat here too.  Looking forward to it!  Best, Leslie

At 10:23am on February 1, 2013, Jonathon Hampton said…

Hi Morgan. I noticed you've uploaded "Not for the Life of Me" three times. I deleted an earlier duplicate, but wanted to make sure you knew it was doubly uploaded again. You'll want to delete one and embed one on the Age One project page. Just click "Get Embed Code" beneath the video, copy that, and pasted it into the comments after clicking the media icon on the menu bar. Here are more detailed instructions if you need: 

Help Topics: Embed Your Video Around the Site

At 9:33am on January 22, 2013, Leslie Stifelman said…

Hi Morgan!  Congrats on the trip to Atlanta.  What an amazing experience for you and that you got that step out to do Ariel.  I really want you to participate in our Seven Ages and will look forward to your videos.

AND  I posted on the MT page about the Broadway Sing-A-Long on February 3rd.  Hope you can come.  You will see all the information on that post and how to reserve your spot.  Great stars and great music.

Let me know if you are going to be there!

Best, Leslie

At 11:20pm on December 28, 2012, Leslie Stifelman said…

The Sing for Carnegie is an audience participation show.  We will have an All Star Broadway choir of 20 singers and band onstage and I will be hosting and leading our professionals and the audience.  I can send you a list of the songs but you will have plenty to sing from HAIR, RENT, WEST SIDE STORY and much more.  Glad you will be able to come!  I will look for you in the audience and FYI the concert is free!

At 10:44pm on December 28, 2012, Leslie Stifelman said…

Morgan!  Its so great to be in touch again.  I would love for you to post to the new SEVEN AGES project.  I think it will be really great for you to study vocal repertoire and monologues in the story telling setting.  AND it will give us a chance to work together.  Hope you have had a great holiday season and happiest new year.  Leslie

 
 
 

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