Between the acoustic walls of the secluded Horn Gallery practice room is where I’ve discovered my first sense of purpose at Kenyon.
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In high school, I loved going to concerts alone at the small venues around St. Louis. It didn’t seem like I would be going to shows by myself anymore if I decided to come to Kenyon.
The prospect of going to Kenyon was made so much more thrilling knowing that I would get to have a capstone performance to my time on the Hill. It felt surreal when it finally came around this year.
My first experience with the recording studio came in the beginning of my sophomore year. We had woken up early (10 a.m.) on a Saturday and made our way down into the basement of Farr Hall to the WKCO recording studio. None of us knew what we were doing. The results were predictably bad. This year, we figured it was time to do it right.
We always seem to be working on projects here, and the best part is that these projects begin and end with the students.