Who’s to know what goes Behind behind all that steely play- ing? That’s why Reflec- tions 2010 goes behind Closed the scenes to uncover what it’s really like be- hind the stage’s limelight. Curtains. - Grace Phua A long time coming:“We Fun practices: “Alex Lee is a vibrant conductor. With his started practice since Mid-August.” comical characteristics and sense of humour, practices are so much livelier. He is like a friend to us, and we have no communication barriers with him. Rather, we always look for him when we need help or have any ideas to share. He’s helped us a lot during this bout of rehearsals!” “Our typical rehearsal day begins with us having section- als: practicing the different pieces with our own groups (our score/mu- sic sheets were separated to many guitar parts/sections) so that we can Can’t Wait: “The group feels a little nervous, as this performance is consid- learn well together. We will also ap- ered the first platform for a majority of the members to present our skills. point seniors to guide the juniors on But overall, how the piece should be played. Af- everyone is feeling really excited for this concert!” ter practicing in sectionals, we would then play as a whole ensemble so we can see and learn from each other the Lim Hui Yi is GEnRe’s current mistakes we made.” president, student instructor, and a second year student in Republic Polytechnic’s School of Technol- ogy (SIT). She harbours a great passion for music. GEnRe’s upcoming per- formance, Through The Seasons, will be held on 29 October 2010, at TRCC.