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At 8:47pm on November 23, 2016, Rizky Camelia Putri said…

Hi Jonathan. How are you? It's been a long time I never open this page. Wait, did you still remember me?

At 10:05pm on June 10, 2016, chavi Behl said…

Hi,

 We at tHe Shri RamSchool Aravali , India are keen to participate in any individual or team initiatives. Di let me know whom we  need to reach out to.

Best 

Chavi

At 1:12pm on January 6, 2014, Davies,Great Huang said…

o! besides     ur singing is great!!

At 1:11pm on January 6, 2014, Davies,Great Huang said…

Hi Jonathon!i just joined this community few days ago.

seems u are so talentive and active on this wedsite.

i'm a senoir high school student in taiwan and i'm so interested in performing arts.

  especially musical theatre!

At 12:10pm on November 16, 2013, Lizzie Smith said…

Hi Jonathon - so sorry but i only just saw this comment. I'm afraid that i've been neglecting this account too much. However, they actually went very well in the end. I've written a blog about them all if you want to check it out. http://babybeazletakesondramaschool.blogspot.co.uk/ But I'm actually most of the way through my first term at drama school in London studying Musical Theatre now! Also, a huge reason why i've been so negligent to this page is not only because i have been so busy with this course but also because i was actually cast as Johanna in a regional production of Sweeney Todd this Summer which didn't really give me any time to even breathe (especially in that corset!)! Hope all's well with you and the musical exchange!

At 7:55pm on October 27, 2013, Wing Luck Chin said…

Wing is fine. 

At 10:28pm on May 6, 2013, Rachel Yan said…

Jonathon* sorry! :)

At 10:09pm on May 6, 2013, Rachel Yan said…

Thanks Jonathan! I'm so excited to be playing at Carnegie Hall in April 2014! We don't have set pieces yet, but probably Hungarian Dance, Souvenir de Florence, and either Dvorak or Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings plus other chamber string pieces! 

At 3:17pm on May 3, 2013, Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla said…

Song of Norway was outstanding, I'll blog about it soon

At 2:58pm on May 3, 2013, Josie Rose Duncan said…

Hey Jonathon, I remember last year you asked for a better quality version of somewhere over the rainbow acc. on harp, well I just posted a video which I think is good quality :) 

At 10:34am on April 28, 2013, Srishti Singh said…

The song is from a bollywood movie...I really liked the song so I sang it in karaoke

At 5:09am on April 16, 2013, venus haobam said…
Sure, I'll try again. :)
At 6:03pm on April 15, 2013, Tyler Katz said…

I'm the composer. I don't know if there is a composing group on this site, but I joined this to share my compositions.

At 2:47pm on April 15, 2013, Brady Small said…

Thanks a ton Jonathon! Matt Lederer and I will have to do it.. and I'll be looking into your stuff ASAP. Glad we could do that for you!

At 1:09pm on April 8, 2013, Joseph Violinjuggler Bates said…
*Firebird suite
My iPad dislikes me.
At 1:08pm on April 8, 2013, Joseph Violinjuggler Bates said…
Thanks for featuring us! The Stanford was definitely faster than I would've liked, but given the number of pieces we learned in such a short time, I'm decently happy with it (17 pieces for two concerts in the two weeks we were there). Our conductor last year was Paul Tucker who currently teaches at KU, I think. Jeffrey Grogan conducted the orchestra, which performed the Forebird suite and Mahler 1. This year Andre Thomas is conducting the choir and Scott Parkman will conduct the orchestra. The camp's website is oaiquartz.org, if you want more information.
At 2:08pm on April 4, 2013, Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla said…

Hey Jonathon. "Wishing" is up. my lower notes are pretty...

At 10:47am on April 3, 2013, Joseph Violinjuggler Bates said…
It's the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute Chorus, which I had the immense pleasure of singing in last summer. And thank you! The paulus, I felt was a little on the fast side, but I rather think our conductor was erring slightly on the side of caution, as it's *very* easy to let the piece drag. As for the Rheinberger, I think it's almost a perfect tempo, though maybe a hair fast. It brings out the pleading in the text and doesn't sit too long or let any notes go stale. I the fuller passages I think we could've relaxed a bit more though.
At 10:32am on April 2, 2013, Emily Glazier said…

Ok, Thank you! :)

At 3:24pm on March 29, 2013, Amanda F. Jacobsen DeLalla said…

Nobody's given me feedbak on 100 Ways...I'm worried

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