Beauregard Alain Green: Magnificent Musical Marvel drawn by me

Beauregard Alain Green: Magnificent Musical Marvel drawn by me
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This Blossoomer fan-child picture, which is part of KatyGorl’s Blossoomer Next-Gen Month, is dedicated to DemigieMaxine who celebrated her birthday yesterday and Juacamo who is celebrating his birthday today. So, I wish you guys a lot of love, joy, happiness, strength, beauty, enthusiasm, triumph, and abundance in your lives as artists and as people. This is also dedicated to all of the Blossoomer shippers out there. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy as we get acquainted with the 17-year-old Beauregard Alain “Beau” Green.
 
Townsville, U.S.A., 2028. Beauregard aka Beau has grown from being a lovable, adorable, lovely young boy into a sensitive, idealistic, popular, charming, well-traveled, brilliant, handsome young gentleman who is on the verge of international stardom.
 
Beau is a twelfth-grade student, much like Bloom and Brittney, and he has his eyes set on The Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, The Julliard School in New York, Pepperdine University, The Tisch School of the Arts, Harvard University, the University of the District of Columbia, University of Notre Dame, Bournemouth University, Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Trinity College, University of South Wales, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, as they can offer a Bachelor’s program in Music, Musicology, Classical Piano, Opera, Chamber Singing, and Contemporary Music. He even has his eye on singing at the Metropolitan Opera House, the Royal Opera House, La Scala, Teatro la Fenice, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, and Wiener Staatsoper, and not just performing as a pianist at the Royal Albert Hall or Carnegie Hall.
 
Beau is quite the musical genius, as he has been playing the piano ever since he was three years old. As he grew, he started to play more classical pieces from composers like Mozart, Pergolesi, Gounod, Bach, Barber, Dvorak, and even Czerny, Liszt, Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms among many other composers. At age seven, he played Schubert’s Ave Maria at an elementary school assembly. This got to the point where his second-grade teacher told Boomer and Blossom that Beau is literally Julliard material.
 
As good as Beau is at playing the piano, there was one thing he wanted to do more than anything in the world and that was singing. Thanks to his mother exposing him to opera at infancy, the then 8-year-old Beau wanted to sing, thus he started out as a member of the Townsville Opera Children’s Chorus in productions of Carmen, Tosca, La Bohéme, Turandot, and Der Rosenkavalier.
 
At age 13, Beau went through puberty and bade farewell to the Townsville Children’s Chorus. However, he ended up having voice lessons with the famous Italian-American tenor Giorgio Gregorio Zampieri. Signore Zampieri recognized that Beau had perfect pitch, a clean and clear tone, a well-supported diaphragm, rather experienced in terms of his choir singing years, and on the verge of becoming an Italianate lyric tenor. Beau began with chamber music specifically with César Franck’s Panis Angelicus, which was to be his signature song. Then at age 15, Beau found himself singing Italian, French, and German art songs and opera arias. It all came to a head when he got himself into the Maria Callas Bel Canto Competition for Young Classical Singers singing “Ah Leve-Toi Soleil” from Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette, “La Donna é Mobile” from Verdi’s Rigoletto, “Frisch zum Kampfe” from Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail, and finally César Franck’s Panis Angelicus all at the age of seventeen years old. For that, he ended up being one of the recipients of the Maria Callas Award for Young Classical Singers.
 
Beau combines his love for piano and classical singing so effectively that he does not need an accompanist to help him. He is essentially his own accompanist on several occasions. Moreover, thanks to his experience in singing art songs in different languages, he is even fluent in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Catalán, Russian, Czech, Hungarian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean among many other languages to the point where he wants to travel to France, Italy, Spain, Czechia, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong and the other European and Asian countries in general. Outside of classical singing, Beau even loves to perform songs and musical numbers like “Feelin’ Good”, “My Baby Just Cares for Me”, “Bring Him Home” from Les Miserables, and “Singing in the Rain” from Singing in the Rain. On top of that, he even enjoys singing duets with his brother Brian who is also a tenor, as they both specialize in Italian bel canto.
 
Outside of his musical endeavors, he is also a star student at Townsville High where he is an ace in English, French, Spanish, German, Music, Theater, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Art, and Creative Writing. He even has averages ranging from 98 to even 99%. He is even a member of the Drama, Glee, Photography, and French clubs to the point where shows are given in special occasions and he is usually chosen to play the piano and sing much to the delight of the teachers and the students. His musical charisma has been catching the attention of a lot of girls, boys, and even teachers. So much so, that Beau has become one of the most popular and well-loved young gentlemen at school.
 
Beau enjoys the company of his friends Margaret and Melanie Spicer, Jack Spicer’s and Princess Morbucks-Spicer’s 14-year-old twin daughters, Ken, Rei, and Mai, Toshi’s and Soyen’s 17-year-old son, 16-year-old son, and 15-year-old daughter, as they love to go to the cinema, the amusement park, and even concert halls. Beau keeps himself fit by doing yoga, calisthenics, circuit training, weightlifting, kickboxing, and boxing. In order to ensure balance in his system and heighten his concentration especially in piano-playing, Beau always loves to meditate.
 
Even though the girls are completely attracted to him, Beau is more attracted to guys, as he has a steady relationship with Igor McPherson and mainly looks at his twin brother Gabor as a really good friend. Igor even states that he will definitely be Beau’s manager when he reaches international fame.
 
Meditation, yoga, kickboxing, and boxing are certainly the physical activities that work exceedingly well in Beau’s favor, as he has his signature Slush and Shockwave Punch to obliterate his enemies. He can even apply the principal of chi blocking in order to find his opponents’ pressure points, thus having an advantage over them.
 
I hope you all enjoyed getting to know Beauregard Alain “Beau” Green. Tune in to the next submissions, as we will see my complete Blossoomer family and the fourth Blossoomer sextuplet child Brian Jedediah Green. See you next time.
 
The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.
 
Beau belongs to KatyGorl.

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