Musical Autobiography

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Looking back at the history of my life, I can see that the one thing that means the most to me besides my family and friends is music. I fell in love with music when I was a little boy, and I have always been passionate about listening to and playing music. I started to play the piano, violin, guitar, and drums when I was in elementary school and I never stopped playing them after that. Besides playing instruments, I loved to sing as well. Music is not just a way to relax or entertain myself; through music, I’m able to tell my stories, express my emotions, and influence others. Playing music for my family and friends is my daily activity, and I also enjoy playing music for strangers in local cafe shops, but I never had the chance to play music for a big audience. This had always been my dream until last summer.

It was three days before the big ceremony of celebrating the anniversary of my father’s company. My father …show more content…

It was a full house with guests from all over the country. To surprise the guests, I was blending into the audience’s section; none of them knew I was going to be a part of the performance. Five minutes before my show, I was called backstage to get ready. To my surprise, my father was there waiting for me. He said, “Music has been something you are always passionate about. Years of practice has made you a great musician.” He looked me in the eye and said, “I believe in your talent. Now it’s time to show the world what you’ve really got.” His words stimulated me. With firm steps, I walked on to the stage. I was facing twenty thousand people, but I did not feel nervous anymore. All I needed to do was bring my best music to these people and, most importantly, to enjoy myself. Thus, under the spotlight, I expressed my emotions through the music and influenced everybody in the stadium. Time seemed to freeze at the moment when all the guests stood up and hailed me for my performance. It was the best moment of my

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