In summer, many studios are approaching a final exam at the end of the school year. An important part of a successful piano reason is the observation of the correct coverage list. Below are the ten best rules that audience members should keep in mind when applying for a reason.
(1) Come on time, or a little early . When audience members arrive at the right time, it gives the best opportunity for performance to start on time. Bringing a few minutes early will also allow you time to get an application and get seated. In fact, those who arrive in the early hours usually get the best choice of seats.
(2) Limit perfume or colonies . Although perfume, colonies and flecky body mumps are successful, it is not considered appropriate to be strong smells of odors / concerts. Many people are allergic to ointments. So, in view of other members of the audience, it is considered appropriate protocol to restrict or avoid applying photographs to body or clothing.
(3) Keep calm and listen to performances . The observer's role is to provide relevant performers and incentives to perform and benefit from performance. As it is assumed that the audience follows the basic principles:
* Nothing spoken, loud whisper, or humming along the move. In addition, you should avoid growing candy or cough! This can be very disturbing for the carrier and may (especially with young students) cause problems in performance. It is also quite disturbing for audience members.
* Stay in jail during performance (do not wiggling or walk around), and leave only between pieces if absolutely necessary.
* No rubber. Smacking and chewing gum can interfere with other audience members. And the release of a rubber can cause a "pinching" mess. It is best to use (quiet) breath instead.
* Do not whistle, yell or make other noisy methods for happiness, especially for performance. If an actor is focused and ready to play, but becomes misguided with "kittens" and "repression", it can really throw away their performance. Although boisterous to happiness is meant to show support for the carrier, it can actually cause unintended problems instead. The best way to show gratitude for performance is an awesome applause, and sometimes "bravo" at the end of a particularly great performance.
(4) Go to the bathroom in front of . If it is absolutely necessary to leave the hall in the recital, do it quietly and between pieces rather than in the middle of a piece.
(5) No flash photography . If the pictures or videos are allowed in the recital, it is best to stand in the back and be as prominent or loud as possible. And cameras should have the flash off. Random and / or unexpected flashing cameras (along with click sound) can really distract the artist.
(6) Turn off your mobile phone or other electronic device . It is obvious that the phone rings and bites is very disturbing for the artist and the audience alike. It is necessary to save the text format and talk after the reason is complete.
(7) Join for all reason . Abandoning early is not considered the correct protocol. All performers have worked hard to prepare for the event, and everyone deserves equal respect and courtesy (ie
(8) Clap appropriatively . In addition to congratulating a applause, Also, it's important to remember that only the appropriate time is available. For example, multi-motion pieces should only be played when all moves have been played. Also, in piano finals it is not considered appropriate to pat after a particularly brilliant way has been played. Instead, the applause is reserved after completion of the performance (or when the actor first comes to the stage).
(9) Dress appropriately . Unless stated otherwise in the invitation, generally about alcohol because it's clean, not with holes or tears, and more dressy than footwear or casual t-shirts or other empty clothes (like a short shirt walk or shorts.) A good job is to dress like going to church or in an interview.
(10) The most important thing is to enjoy the music . Create an environment that allows all viewers to listen to the offline show, creating a fun and valuable experience for everyone involved. After all, music is fun! It should be enjoyed.
There are many ways to learn, teach, and apply the right discussion list. Initial story is an important social ability that audiences should know and practice.
Source by Cindy Lee Smith