Vivace: An Italian musical word that commands a musician to perform his/her music more lively and vibrantly. Life: Existence of physical bodies capable of growth; complex organisms in existence often questioning the reason of existence; life is not always at the level of eudemonia; utopia can be artificial. Oftentimes human existence is dry, dismal, and dormant when life lacks “vivace”. When life is depleted of vibrancy or liveliness, especially in which music brings, one may think of life as an ordered progression of evolution with no other reason of existence. I have always embraced musicality ever since I was young; I loved to sing and play instruments. Music always made me cheerier, more contemplative, and optimistic. It was long ago when I knew I wanted to be a college music professor. College is a spontaneous time; adaptations are made, ways of thinking are revolutionized. Students often feel overwhelmed with things beyond the lecture hall: life itself. Teaching music, offering classes that would weave a community, and supporting students that need stress relief (via music) is my ultimate dream. Majoring in music is the first step towards uniting others, bringing them vibrancy in their lives, and celebrating the simple gift of music as a universal language. Stacy Horn, author of Imperfect Harmony: Finding Happiness in Singing With Others, states singing energized her life. Imagine if all humans had energizing lives… people would generally be more content. Worldly perils would cease. And finally, all would understand a life unfulfilled is “treble”!