Performance Tips

When you need a little bit extra before a show consult this list.

Playing an instrument or singing/speaking in front of an audience is an exciting, wonderful experience no matter what happens! How many people get to stand on that stage and hold the attention of an entre room full of people for a sustained period time? So much fun, enjoy it!

  • Warm up before the performance to loosen your fingers and focus your mind.

  • Practice consistently to improve your skills and ensure a smooth performance.

  • Set realistic goals to stay motivated and focused.

  • Visualize your performance to build confidence and be prepared for the show.

  • Engage with the audience to create a connection and enhance their experience.

  • Stay in the moment to avoid distractions and deliver a captivating performance.

  • Be prepared for mistakes and recover gracefully if they happen.

  • Take care of your instrument to ensure it sounds its best.

  • Dress appropriately and comfortably for the performance.

  • Be punctual and arrive early to set up and get comfortable on stage.

  • Maintain good posture to improve your playing and prevent injuries.

  • Use proper technique to play your instrument more effectively and efficiently.

  • Communicate with your band members to ensure a smooth and coordinated performance.

  • Listen to your fellow musicians to create a cohesive and harmonious sound.

  • Be aware of your body language and use it to express emotions in your performance.

  • Use dynamics to add variety and interest to your performance.

  • Experiment with different styles and genres to expand your musical horizons.

  • Record your performances to learn from them and identify areas for improvement.

  • Take breaks during practice to avoid fatigue and maintain focus.

  • Enjoy the experience and have fun while performing!

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