R&R Spotlight Videos
Over the next several months, we will highlight areas of the choral art in an effort to engage with our membership through social media and web-based platforms. Our Repertoire & Resources coordinators will pose a question to the membership in a video, and you are invited to respond in the comments section then come back to the post to see what other members think. We begin with Lifelong Choirs R&R Coordinator Joe Stuligross. Feel free to add a comment below, or check out the video on our Facebook or Instagram accounts and comment there!
11/4/2019 07:16:00 am
I think this starts with one's choice of repertoire. If one programs music of the highest caliber with text of the highest caliber, composed/arranged and penned with supreme craftsmanship and artistry, much of "going to the next level" happens by itself. I feel that this is because the quality of the artwork itself inspires excellence in us as musicians and listeners interact with it. (And since your question concerns quality of performance, I feel we must include the listeners in this equation, since performance does not happen without them.)
11/4/2019 07:17:59 am
Edit: "...the quality of the artwork itself inspires excellence in us as musicians and in listeners as they interact with it." -JG
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