Being the Best Isn’t Easy

By: Dulce Hernandez & Julian Duran

If you think being the best is easy, ask Junior, Katie Pfaff and Sophomore, Sean Kerwin, they both auditioned for the Tulare-Kings Counties Honor Band, Katie received 6th out of 21 chairs, and Sean is the only Bari saxophone. Rehearsal begins in January, and the event is January 14th at 4:00 pm at Porterville High School. Honor Band can be a great experience for students looking for a challenge that pushes them out of there comfort zone.img_0350

Katie Pfaff

Were you nervous to audition?

“I was very nervous to audition, but I think that helped me in the end.”

How did you feel after walking off stage?

“After I auditioned, I felt like I had done alright, but it wasn’t the absolute best I could have performed, I did not think I would make 6th chair, it’s truly an honor.”  

Were you happy with your results?

“I’m overjoyed with the results! My personal goal was to make it in the top ten, and I achieved that! I’m very excited to perform the songs we have this year.”

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Sean Kerwin

Were you nervous to audition?

“I was extremely nervous because I hardly practiced the audition material”

How did you feel after walking off stage?

“I felt very good after because I surprisingly did not do that bad”

Were you happy with your results

“Yes, I was very happy with my results”

 

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