Jan 10, 2017
In today’s episode you’ll learn ways to deflate your head so it
doesn’t block your audience’s view (and enjoyment) of the concert.
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Remember, in a school situation, your audience is
obligated to attend
- Their child/family member is in the choir
- Based on previous experience, they would never choose to attend
on their own
- Your ego chooses your repertoire
- You program recitals, not concerts
- You think the purpose of choir is solely to educate, not
entertain and you don’t believe in a middle ground.
- The repertoire you choose is too hard for your choir to perform
- Not vocally appropriate.
- Everything is a ballad.
- You’re unlikeable from the stage
- You don’t acknowledge your audience’s presence
- You have the kids introduce the pieces so you don’t have
- You never smile
- Your gesture is all about you
- You think you’re a SJW so you make political statements that
- Your audience doesn’t feel welcome
- No attention to detail
- You give yourself a solo
- That concert program you made in Microsoft Word and you don’t
- It’s ugly
- You headshot is the biggest!
- You don’t take pride in your choir’s appearance
- No uniform
- Hair in face
- Distracting accessories
- Unnatural colored hair
- You don’t take pride in your appearance
- Your leggings are a barrier between you and the choir
- Your concert is way too long
- Keep it under 75 mins