What got you into music, and if you had not gotten into music what would you be doing today? Sara: I feel like I was born with an intense innate desire to be a performer. It didn't come from anywhere besides within, or perhaps genetic memory passed down from generations ago. I know my grandfather loves music, he played the trumpet and went to the opera on a weekly basis. I would say Disney movies were my first introduction to the realm of music. I would watch the movies all day, learn the songs, and sing along. I climb on top of the table during Sunday dinners and perform them for my family. I begged for voice lessons when I was a kid, but my parents were stuck on the notion that I would not stick to anything they signed me up for; boy, were they wrong. By the time I was in High School and had autonomy, I joined the chorus and the musical theatre club; I have stuck with music as my artistic medium ever since. If I never got into music, I would probably be doing what I am already doing: environmental justice and community building work. However, music takes up so much of my time. If I was not a musician, I might seriously consider a Ph.D. in Public Health or Agriculture, Food and Environment.