by Emily O’Neil on November 13, 2018 02:06:52There is an image that has been floating around the internet of a woman playing her entire repertoire, the first woman ever to do so.
It’s a scene from the film The Piano Guys, and the images have captured the imaginations of people across the world.
It wasn’t the first time a woman played a complete repertoire.
In 2001, Jennifer Hudson played her entire second-hand repertoire at a concert in Paris, which was a huge surprise.
Then in 2008, Jennifer Lopez performed her entire first-hand and a completely solo repertoire at an intimate concert in New York City, which led to a massive response.
It is, however, the moment that changed the world for the better.
Jennifer Hudson is a big fan of jazz, so she has been an ardent fan of the Grammy’s since the very beginning.
She first learned about the awards by accident when she was invited to attend a concert at the Metropolitan Opera House.
“It was my first time, but I didn’t know what the fuss was about,” Jennifer told the Associated Press.
She was immediately drawn to the awards ceremony, which she had never attended before.
“I just loved it, I loved the way the audience was treated,” she said.
Jennifer was also delighted to be the first to perform at the awards show.
“The first time I was able to do it, it was a surreal moment,” she recalled.
“There were tears of happiness and there was laughter,” she added.
Jennifer has been in concert since she was just 15, performing her repertoire to a packed house at the Met.””
The first one ever.”
Jennifer has been in concert since she was just 15, performing her repertoire to a packed house at the Met.
“For me, I was a young girl, I just knew I wanted to play,” she told The Associated Press, and her music has always been her way of expressing her love for music.
The Grammy awards are a time for celebration, and Jennifer was keen to be there.
“To be the only person to play the entire first hand was so exciting, and also a way to celebrate the way I have always loved music,” she explained.
“My whole life I’ve wanted to be a music producer.
I want to be able to bring something to the world that other people can’t and that I feel is meaningful.”
Jennifer is also keen to remember her mother, who was a pianist in the New York Philharmonic.
“She always encouraged me to pursue music and to do my best,” she revealed.
“We all made our own choices, and we all did them very well.”
So she was always saying to me: ‘I’m not making your choices, you’re making mine’.