How has performing arts affected your lives, and why is it important to you? Performing arts comprises a wide range of activities that involves the use of one’s potential skills, body and creativity to be able to produce a piece of art work that defines them individually.
Personally, performing arts has affected me greatly since I first began playing the piano as my very first instrument. Firstly, one of the main affects that has impacted me and made me who I am today are life values. For example: patience, discipline, appreciation, Broadened perspectives, appreciation and emotions. Patience is one of the things that I strongly believe that we artists need, so that we will be able to teach others and encourage our fellow musicians to strive hard though they might have started off slow. Based on my experience, I started off being the slowest and the last few to be promoted into the main band. After having excelled and worked hard to become a section leader to conduct my members, whenever I encounter new junior members who were slower, patience does not just help me but help my fellow juniors boost their confidence also as a musician. Discipline is a form of focus, and tolerance as a musicians we need the discipline to excel in our composition and pieces that we played so that we are able to produce quality and précised work. I also strongly feel that discipline is something which is required in all our daily lives, without discipline the outcome of our results would show how inconsistent and unprofessional at what we do. In my secondary school days given the role as a drum major i was required to discipline a band of 70 members. With the lack of discipline, everything would be disorganized. Therefore, there is a need of correction in the way they think and learn to follow instructions that are given to them and understand why all these rules are being implemented. Thus, it also ties in with commitment and accountability in the process of taking ownership in...
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