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Southern Village United Methodist Church, Chapel Hill

Gabe, Michael, Colin, Noah and Charles 2011

I’ll never have grandchildren, but I’ll always have students!  Nadia Boulanger, my role model, taught composition well into her 90’s.  This was one of my most fun-loving, wildly creative, seriously talented groups of students to date.  These guys are all award-winning composers and really cool people as well!

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Sandra James
Sandra James(@sandra-james)
1 year ago

Wonderful, Julie! I am sure your amazing students give you just as much joy as anyone who has grandchildren. The word ‘family’ encompasses a multitude of different facets. You must be very proud of these students as well as all the others, and the ones yet to come… who knows what they will achieve? Wouldn’t it be wonderful is we are still both sending our stories in to Voice.Club into our nineties?… Read more »

Linda Rock
Linda Rock(@linda-rock)
Reply to  Julie Harris
1 year ago

You really do have a wonderful job Julie. I think I’ve fallen in love with the young Gabe, those words ‘Let’s analyze Mozart’ brought a big smile to my face as I’m guessing it did yours! Before retiring, I trained bankers and lawyers on the use of software packages… nowhere near as rewarding!

Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
1 year ago

How lovely Julie, to have such a great relationship with your students. You must be so proud to be an enabler, bringing forth their wonderful talent. I can tell I’d like one of them. Great choice of film!

Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary(@carrie-oleary)
Reply to  Julie Harris
1 year ago

Well, film and game scores are my favourite listens, so you never know ?

Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
1 year ago

To have such a great connection and relationship with your student is very lovely. You are a good teacher for them, for sure. The achievement of your students is your achievement too. You should be proud of them, but I know your students are very proud to have a teacher like you, who molds them and motivates them to be the best.

Last edited 1 year ago by Lotchie Carmelo

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