Episode 7 - Emilee & Clara Johnson, harp & violin
Tonight, a special treat! A double interview! One of the great things about our orchestra is how many of our musicians are truly family, but probably none more than the Johnson family. At one point, 4 of the Johnson siblings played in the orchestra, and tonight I am joined by two wonderful sisters and former S.O. Concerto Competition winners - Emilee & Clara Johnson
Since moving to Summerville at a young age, music has always been a vital part of the Johnson household. For all of the Johnson siblings, music has been a vehicle to learn life skills and to nurture an important hobby, and for Emilee & Clara it has grown into a passion that is flourishing before our very eyes. Tonight, they both speak about how much music has influenced their lives, what skills they've learned along the way, their faith, and other hobbies they enjoy in this truly unique interview. Tune in to learn even more!
At the end of our interview, Emilee & Clara play two selections for us. First, "Lord of the Dance" by Ronald Hardiman in a unique two-instrument arrangement, and finally the piece that brings them the most joy to play together: "Hallelujah! What a Savior!" by Kristin Campbell.