My name is... Kevin Mikulich

Senior at Pomona High School and future audio engineer for the Army

Posted 5/1/19

I love to cook and bake. Traveling is also something that gives me joy. I’m getting ready to head out to Europe once I wrap up my last year here at Pomona High School. Growing up, my house was …

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My name is... Kevin Mikulich

Senior at Pomona High School and future audio engineer for the Army

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About me

I love to cook and bake. Traveling is also something that gives me joy. I’m getting ready to head out to Europe once I wrap up my last year here at Pomona High School.

Growing up, my house was filled with music. My dad has been a drummer all my life, and I used to make a lot of my own music. I made pretty much any type of music. At Pomona, I play bass in the school’s jazz band.

My friends, and I went through the Rolling Stones top 500 albums, and we listened to them all. I listen to pretty much any type of genre. Being an audio engineer, it’s something that I have to do.

Life after high school

I’m an audio production student at Warren Tech. Not too long ago, I flew out to Virginia to audition to be one of the U.S. Army’s touring live sound engineers. I got the position, and I’m the youngest person ever to be offered the position.

In October, I’ll head out for the Army. There are a lot of different bands in the military. I will be in charge of a unit of about 40 people. They’ll all play different instruments and combine into different bands. I’ll basically be running sound enforcement that needs to be done.

The thing I’m most excited for is to work with really, really talented people. It was just fantastic to walk by practice rooms in Virginia and hear the music these people were making.

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