[Perform-talk] Convention Time for You

Kaiti Shelton crazy4clarinet104 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 06:49:58 UTC 2015

Hi, Michelle and all,

It was really an amazing experience singing for the Federation Family!
 I really love all the numbers, though Braille is Beautiful is
probably my personal favorite.  It was definitely one of the most fun
performances I've done in a while and one I won't forget soon.  And
Michelle rocked it on We Shall Overcome, as did the other soloists,
the choir members, and our fantastic band, director, and sound crew.
I've heard nothing but glowing reviews from audience members and have
had a request to replicate it as much as possible in my own state for
our convention.

Hopefully we'll have an opportunit to do it again, and hopefully we
won't need to wait for the 100th convention to do it!y

On 7/12/15, Michelle Clark via Perform-talk <perform-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Just a  word of thanks for anyone who planned and performed in the
> Convention Choir. I  was glad to be in the number. I  kept telling my
> friend
> next to me "This is a  Rock Concert"! I  loved it and know we should keep
> it
> going on in some   manner.
> Without naming names, many thanks to the leaders, the followers, the
> spectacular band, the sound man, and the audience who screamed and clapped
> like crazy. An additional word of thanks to the PAD leadership who sought
> NFB Leadership to do this and most of all to our President Riccobono who
> agreed and stood up to the mic and jumped right in singing a  tune. He also
> gave us an additional piece to end "Live the Life You Want".
> Man alive, I  am exhausted but keep looking at emails, sending emails, and
> will not get off of FB!
> Keep living the life you want,
> Michelle
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Kaiti Shelton
University of Dayton-Music Therapy
President, Ohio Association of Blind Students 2013-Present
Secretary, The National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts
Division 2015-2016

"You can live the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back!"

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