This spring I am graduating from the Bachelor performance programme at the Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden. For my graduation I have to write a paper, and I've chosen the subject "How musicians and members of the audience can communicate". I'd love to hear your opinions and experiences on this subject!
A part of my paper deals with the technical aspects of violin playing. If you have time, please feel free to leave your thoughts on the following questions! Every answer is of great value to me.
How important is the technical aspect when you listen to a violinist?
How easily will you be distracted from the music if the violinist lacks some of the technical aspects?
What is the more important aspects for you as a listener to be able to enjoy the music?
As a performer, how much focus do you put on technical abilities compared to musicality when you perform at a concert?
Thank you so much for your answers, they will be of great use! Happy easter!
Love, Ellen Löfgren
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