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Emi Cierley

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Transcript of Singers

My Road to Success: Singer
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Evidence Of Learning
On the road as a Singer...
For singing I want to learn more about the different styles and genres of music and music background. I've been interested in singing since I was about five when my mom taught me the song you
You Are My Sunshine
and I sang it to my grandpa over in California. I've always consider singing and wanted to know more about the music language. I am a good match because I come from generations of music, I'm passionate about anything involving the arts which includes singing. In addition, music speaks to me in a variety ways and genres which is theraputic to me.
Planning Progress
Career Research
Career Interest Area

The highest interest area: artistic
Two jobs in the artistic area I chose is Music Director and Singing
My favorite career in this area is the singer position because I'm able to entertain
The assessment on WOIS suggested the pathway ; Arts and Communication (Singing and Music Director)
The results of my career interest area weren't surprising because I know I am more involved in the arts and music
Activity Record
Goal Setting
Interest Profiler
Goal # 1 : High school
Goal # 2: College
Goal # 3: Graduate from College
The highest interest area that was recommended was Social
The two jobs in the area are: Music therapists and College/University Teacher
My favorite career in this position would have to be music therapist because I can aid people through music
The assignment on WOIS suggested the pathway: Arts & Communication
The results of my assessments wasn't surprising because I am usually socially involved in activities
Working Conditions
Work Activities
Skills and Abilities
Costs for Colleges
Singing is mostly indoors due to vocals and performance practices for an event. However, it's not often to perform outside unless if there's a concert or activity that involves the outdoors. To a singer there most likely flexible schedule due to finding steady gigs to perform at. But you work mostly in the daytime rather than the night times.
Course: Choir
Instructor: Mr.Davison
Area of Study: Sight reading
Date of Assignment: Everyday
Assignment Description: Sight read music at any tempo in different difficulties
Rationale for inclusion: This assignment is important to learn because you can easily pick up any type of music without struggling how to sing it . I've learned intervals of notes when sight reading which is helpful in difficult music. This assignment will help me in the future of music because it's an important ability to learn soon to become more skillful and professional.

That's necessary for skills and ability is communication with others, reason and problem solving, managing myself, people, time, and other things to reach your goal or priority. You also have to be able to work with others whether it's a crew, manager, etc. These simple skills and abilities are needed in the long run to become a successful singer or performer.
On the job training isn't common for an average singer, but you do receive critiques and positive comments from your peers and learn from your mistakes. However, if a singer is self-employed they are responsible for their training. On the other hand, you can work on a variety of styles and earn/gain more professionalism and potential through practice. You still have to pass through education strictly after school. A definite requirement is to have the ability to sing and perform without having any educational standards or requirements. The lowest level of education is to be a singer and have a high school diploma and a GED .
Life Issues
Mr. Sturdivant
Area of Study:
Costs and Training
Date of Assignment:
Description of Assignment:
Find costs and training of your career
Rationale for inclusion:
This assignment is importance because I can dive in and learn more about my career path. I learned that you usually don't get paid unless your signed by someone or find sparatic gigs. This assignment will help you in the future once your preparing to find a job or college.
Life Issues
Mrs. Sturdivant
Area of Study:
Career Comparision
Date of Assignment:
Description of Assignment:
Compare two of your pathway career
Rationale for inclusion:
This assignment is an improatnce because you can learn more about the working conditions, time flexibility, and other skills. The challenge was browsing around to find all of the information.
Area of Study:
Dynamics Study
Date of Assignment:
Description of Assignment:
Study the music dynamics and terms
Rationale for Inclusion:
The importance of this assignment is to help you understand more music language and it will grow your knowledge of music terms in order to read sheet music. The challenge was remembering all of the 25 terms and the meaning for each.
Mr. Davison
Area of Study:
Practicing piano notes
Date of Assignment:
Description of Assignment:
You study your sharps and flats by stepping up and down on a piano
Rationale for inclusion:
The importance of this assignment is to help you create a quick skill to learn your notes when your sight reading and/or reading sheet music. The challenging portion was remembering where your fingering is on the piano and remembering the steps.
School activities:
Jazz choir and two ensembles (The Fourth Dimension, and Quadratics
Honors and Awards:
Superintendent's Award/1st place for artwork, Bruin Ambassadors, National Junior Honor Society, Washington Music Educators Association (youth honor choir), and American Choral Directors Association (honor choir)
Hobbies and Interests:
Singing, playing instruments (piano, guitar, flute, cello), painting/drawing, volleyball, and dancing
Volunteer/Work Experience:
Help out for Special Olympics at Sparks Stadium
pecific: Rogers High School
easurable: Practice vocals to expand range
chievable: Average of 3.7 - 4.0 GPA, singing skills
ealistic: Graduate High school on time without dropping out
ime Bound: 4 years of high school
Japanese Dancing
Playing Cello
Singing in Vivace
Julliard School of the Arts, Manhattan School of Music, and Pacific Lutheran University - Singing/Music
practice on vocal stretching
earn more skills and techniques, average with 3.75 - 4.0
Earn a degree(s) - Master's, Bachelor's
Time Bound:
4 or more years
How will this goal help you prepare for your future career interest?
By planning where some ideal places to succeed studies at a college, what grades I should get to get where I want to be, and what I should do to actually go somewhere after high school.

Lincoln Center for Performing Arts and Manhattan Theater District

Work on skills once a night and strengthen vocal cords
stretch my vocal range, structure my voice better, and learn vocal exercise
I will be able to earn a place on broadway which includes acting, singing, and dancing
Time Bound: ----
be always prepare for anything
keep an open mind whether its audition, a competition, etc.
always practice your vocals
use your voice to the best of your abilities throughout your teachings in school
never give up on your musical journey
Colleges throughout the state of Washington can be quite costly for students starting as under-graduate. Within Washington around Tacoma and Seattle are is Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Washington. The costs of in state tuition varies from $11,400 - U.W. and $34,500 - P.L.U for four years (not including other expenses). Aside from that, colleges outside of Washington state such as the Juilliard School of the Arts and the Manhattan School of Music tuition can range from $33,600 - $34,600 for out of state (not including other expenses).
The common work activities for being a musician you have to establish and maintain relationships, perform for the public, coordinate your work and other priorities. Along with that you also need to consider being able to work with other people and have a bit of knowledge withing your field you'll be working in.
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