Kailyn Fong, Concord, California

“I remember hearing my dad playing piano. I loved it, and I wanted to do just what he was doing. So in 5th grade, I finally enrolled in piano lessons. I was operating under the delusion that I would be able to play as well as him as soon as I started. It was notContinue reading “Kailyn Fong, Concord, California”

Darwin Chow, Saratoga, California

“Music has really been a major part of my life, especially since I started writing music. I started writing music when I was a freshman, and it’s been a really cool part where Iget to write poetry about how I really feel about things. I started writing music because I wanted to impress someone. ItContinue reading “Darwin Chow, Saratoga, California”

Jun Lee, Saratoga, California

“To me, music has been one of the necessities in life. When I was in elementary school, my parents would tell me, “You should learn at least one instrument to play music because that’s going to help in the future.” When I was young, my mom would play Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Mozart every morning,Continue reading “Jun Lee, Saratoga, California”

Audrey Lee, Saratoga, California

“Ever since I can remember, music has been a part of my life. Since I have an older brother, the easiest, and at that time, the most logical thing to do was follow his hobbies: to play a stringed instrument and join orchestra. I started playing the cello in fourth grade and joined orchestra theContinue reading “Audrey Lee, Saratoga, California”