The Different Voices of MSA

    Being here at MSA there are lots of different types of students, and I wanted to take the the time to get to know what is inside the minds of some of my fellow peers. Starting off we have a vocal that goes by the name Gilly Grace.

 “Why did you join the vocal discipline here at MSA?”

Gilly’s response: “I like to sing, and there are a lot of opportunities for me to grow, and a big part of it was because we get to do musical theater stuff, and I love musical theater.

What a pleasant response. Onto my second question. “If you were to choose another discipline to participate in which one would you choose?”

Gilly’s response: “I’d choose theater. I actually auditioned for theater and I ended up getting in, also literary because I like to write.

One point for the literary’s as it should be. Anyways onto my next question. “Since you’re a vocal, what type of music do you like to sing?”

Gilly’s response: “Musical Theater and Pop. Yeah.

This leads me into my next question. “What is your favorite musical theater piece?

Gilly’s response: “I have too many of those.

As expected from a theater loving vocal. And onto my final question.” Who are some artists that you take inspiration from?”

Gilly’s response: “Rihanna, Demi Lovato, and Ariana Grande inspire me the most.

That’s all for this week. I’d like to give a special thanks to the wonderful vocal Gilly Grace for allowing me to ask her these questions, and I hope that you all look forwards to the future responses of your fellow MSA peers.

7 thoughts on “The Different Voices of MSA”

  1. Simone, I love this glimpse into the mind of other MSA students. This is such an unique idea, and it is so interesting with the interview aspect of it! Can’t wait to read the next installment 🙂

  2. simone, this is such a wonderful idea! i’m so interested in seeing the world from other perspectives, and what better lense to view it from than the fascinating people we’re surrounded by! msa has so many different viewpoints to offer, and i’m really excited to see you explore them through this series 🙂

  3. I really love this idea! I think it was a very good choice for a series if that’s what you decide on! It’s always interesting to know what other students here think and aspire to be! Great job! I am full of anticipation for the next part!

  4. Simone, I love your idea of posting interactions with people here. I feel like, after looking at the dazzle of classes and disciplines, a lot of people overlook the wonderful interactions that can be had with students. I like that you chose to spotlight this, and look forward to reading your series! (especially if I’m in it lol) No but seriously, no matter who is included, I look forward to it 🙂

  5. Simone, this was absolutely great! I admire the fact that you decided to interview another MSA student and write this blog in the style of an interview. <3

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