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The concert hall appeared inspiring to me containing pictures of great musicians hanging on its walls and having an attractive color scheme. In addition, the stage was wide and well lighted. The hall was full of people waiting for the musician to play. The curtain was shining brightly and swaying lightly in the wind. I was about to play “Chopin Variation” by Rossini. Suddenly, the curtain rose and I was struck by light. I played the piece vividly and people were able to connect to the song. The applause was like reaching up to the top of the mountain, almost overwhelming, but so worth it and their applause was another way of responding to my thought of music. My passion for music had taken me to new heights and I was grateful to my soul. I have been always rejuvenated by music and it has been a stress buster for me and a friend in all times of need. Music has given me an opportunity to work with many talented people. And now, I feel enlightened that my talent is giving inspiration to so many people.
Music is so much dissolved in me that I have spent every day practicing. I work hard on music, but never feel weary of it. When I hear any Debussy pieces, I forget all my worries and troubles and they bring serenity to me. I remembered the days in school, when I used to play music and all my peers and teachers praised me. My passion for my music has encouraged me to learn more of it and seek innovation in it. I am so happy for understanding what it means to be a musician and the diligence and prestige of this career. That day at Woo Bong Art Hall, I loved to see that because the people in the hall were in utter joy. This feeling cannot be compared with anything. It was indeed out of this world. A kind of current passed from my head to toe.
As I finished my performance, people started to applaud and I was extremely happy that people loved my piece. Some people climbed over to the stage to embrace me and shower their blessings. I
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