Susan grunted softly, not meaning to say anything further, clearly not wanting to continue the conversation.
Lauryn, of course, could see that and sighed darkly, and stopped trying to persuade.
Later in the evening, when the time had almost pa*sed, Lauryn brought Susan to Hathaway.
Next father and daughter began to act out in front of Hathaway.
“Hathaway, this is the person you’re looking for, Susan.”
Lauryn pointed to Susan and introduced her.
Hathaway looked Susan up and down.
The girl in front of her was much more exquisite than she had looked on stage earlier, soft and delicate, and looked like she would be good to be around.
Thinking that, Hathaway nodded inwardly, her first impression of Susan was not bad.
Lauryn then pointed at Hathaway again and introduced her, “Susan, this is the one I was telling you about, the famous violinist and head of the Hathaway Orchestra, Hathaway.”
“Hello senior Hathaway.”
Susan was also acting very well and called out with a good face.
Hathaway nodded gently and enquired, “Which music school did you graduate from? Do you have a teacher?”
“I’m a graduate of the Vienna Conservatory of Music and don’t have a teacher yet.”
Susan gave out the information profile she had changed.
During this time, Laurieen stood quietly by.
Of course he was a little uneasy about his daughter staying alone with Hathaway.
Hathaway didn’t know any of this.
She changed the subject to the performance Susan had just given.
“I was listening to you play just now and noticed that your style of song is very similar to my daughter’s. Are you a fan of my daughter’s?”
“I did like Kathleen before, and have imitated her style because I admire her.”
Susan acted like a fan girl and then couldn’t help but sigh with regret, “It’s just a shame.”
In fact, she said this on purpose.
Just to irritate Hathaway.
And Hathaway’s emotions did receive an impact, but she didn’t show it.
She took a deep breath, suppressed the somewhat rambling emotions and opened the door, “Miss Su, I see that you are very talented, do you want to come to Hathaway’s Orchestra to develop, I can teach you personally then.”
Susan pretended to make a difficult face.
Hathaway looked at her suspiciously, “What’s wrong? Is there some difficulty?”
“Difficulties not to say, it’s just that I have to let down Hathaway senior’s appreciation, I have now entered the Sophia Orchestra.”
Susan refused with a smile that did not reach her eyes.
Hathaway, out of disappointment, didn’t notice.
But she did understand Susan’s choice.
After all, compared to Sophia’s orchestra, her Hathaway’s orchestra was still a bit inferior.
“It’s okay, it will be better for your future development if you are in the Sophia Orchestra.”
Susan nodded good-naturedly and took the initiative to find some more musical questions to ask Hathaway.
Hathaway was very fond of such a studious junior, so she answered all these questions with patience.
As time pa*sed, the two became more familiar with each other.
At this time, Susan felt that the time was almost right, so she took the opportunity to ask, “Senior Hathaway, can I learn more from you in the future?”
“Of course you can.”
Hathaway was quite welcoming and said with a soft gaze, “If you don’t understand anything in the future, just come and ask me.”
“Great.” Susan deliberately put on a happy face and complimented against her will, “Elder Hathaway, you are so kind.”
The two talked a lot that evening.
At the end of the party, they even exchanged contact details with each other.
Susan put away her phone and said goodbye to Hathaway with a good face.
Hathaway watched her leave.
She didn’t take her eyes back until they were far away, and the smile on her face faded, her expression suddenly a little melancholy.
Since she had agreed to attend the concert, Wen Shiyu had become very busy.
During the day, she trained in the orchestra, and in the evening, she was in her study, studying materials and composing.
Because of her high self-imposed requirements, she had not been able to produce a piece to her satisfaction for several days, and she always felt that something was missing in these pieces.