Musicians perform a vocal or musical part that can be recorded or played for an audience. They have know-how and practice of one or many instruments or using their voice. The musician can also write and transcribe music.
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- Legal environment in music
Laws and regulations related to music creation, distribution and performance.
- Memorise lines
Memorise your role in a performance or broadcast, whether it is text, movement, or music.
- Cope with stage fright
Deal with conditions that cause stage fright, such as time limits, the audience and stress.
- Work with composers
Communicate with composers to discuss various interpretations of their work.
- Work independently as an artist
Develop one's own ways of doing artistic performances, motivating oneself with little or no supervision, and depending on oneself to get things done.
- Accept feedback on artistic performance
Accept feedback, proposed discussions and avenues of exploration about the precision of movements, rhythm, musicality, precision of the performance, interaction with peers and stage elements, areas requiring improvement. Take feedback into account to develop the potential as performer. Note the choreographers/repetiteur/dance master instructions, the instructions of other collaborators (dramaturge, performers/dancers peers, musicians, etc.) assuring being in the same page with direction team.
- Collaborate with a technical staff in artistic productions
Coordinate the artistic activities with others who are specialised in the technical side of the project. Inform the technical staff of the plans and methods suggested and obtain feedback on feasibility, cost, procedures and other relevant information. Be able to understand the vocabulary and practises concerning technical issues.
- Interact with an audience
Convey the artistic values of the art form(s). Respond to the reactions of your audience and involve them.
- Perform live
Perform in front of live audiences.
- Organise a repertoire
Sort and order a collection as a whole in such a way that its parts can be found by following the organising principles.