It's officially 2014.

Well hello there!

So, the title is perhaps a bit obvious and pointless, but yes. It is officially 2014. And has been for 22 whole days now. So what's the point in this post? I'm not actually sure to be honest, but it's high time to break myself back into writing, and hopefully have a very good year on this blog. It seemed to gain a relatively small, but rather pleasing amount of popularity towards the end of 2013, so with a bit of luck it'll take off this year.

This is really just turning into an update, as my posts usually do, but 2014 is sure to be an exciting year for me, and those surrounding me. There are a few opportunities coming up that I'm absolutely up for grabbing a hold of, and making the most of. But, more on those later once they actually begin to materialise.

You may, or may not have noticed that my blog URL has changed. That's right, I'm no longer hosted by Google, but rather with my own actual domain name. Which is pretty cool, and likely makes no sense to some of you. But it feels and looks a bit more professional. I actually care about this blog, so I hope it brings more and more readers. Basically, getting to my blog will be much, much easier, since it's easy to remember what with it being shorter, and less confusing. You can still use the old address, it'll just redirect you here instead. Enjoy!

I've got a 2013 (sort of) year-in review in the works, if any of you are interested in that? It could be worth a read, but it isn't anywhere near done, and it will be quite lengthy so we'll see if it makes an appearance or not.

I'm now in my second semester at university, and it's looking rather exciting so far. There's a lot to do, and I'm already getting stuck in which is great, because I'm just full of ideas at the moment. But the one thing I'm really excited about this semester is that I get to do composing. Not that I don't anyway, but now there's actually a bit more of a purpose behind it. Composing for my A-levels was different because there was a brief. The music had to be very specific, whereas now I can write whatever the hell I want, and the freedom that it brings musically is brilliant. Hopefully I can share the finished product with you, but I need to find out if that's allowed once I'm done.

But, for now that is all. I'm going to get back onto Sibelius for an hour or two and develop what I've got. Presentations are in 7 weeks from now, and I'd very much like to be nearing completion by then.

Thanks for reading!

More soon,

- Anthony.


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