My 12 year old daughter just won the concertmistress position of her youth orchestra. Of course I am very proud of this musical accomplishment, but I am worried that she may some problems even before rehearsals begin... I want her to think of this experience as an opportunity to learn and grow as a musician rather than acting "I am the best violin player because I got this chair." Any advice from young players or parents dealing with similar problems?
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