Julijana Sarac’s Magnificent Piano; this is Social Sharing Thursday everyone!
Julijana Sarac referenced an interesting report on audiences’ reaction to musicians; and she was not just talking about the skillfulness of their craft. It actually pertains to cosmetic aspects of the musician. See what she states in her instagram post, and my response as well.
An interesting Survey And Video YOU MUST click on this Link, Believe ME.
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It is all a part of the presentation.
Why do people plant gardens not just for food, but a bed of roses?
Did you know some people love arranging sunflowers and tulips, and lilacs, etc…more than a dozen roses?
Why do people design homes the way they do?
Why do teachers and artists organize the desk and room colors the way they do?
It is personal preference and presentation. Don’t feel sad or look down on yourself for your whole money making presentation and experience in music/performance. Why, because, over time, if the personality does not match with your dashing good looks, then it will no longer be a nice presentation for some, and the person who is a different type of flower will shine even brighter in talent and beauty for the ones who have ears and eyes (mind’s eye as well)
I have talked a little bit more in the past about using all your talents in wonderful ways to give a great customer experience. Best wishes, James Lynch
“@pocbooks9041 thank you, James, for your thorough comment! I agree with what you are saying. However, there is an interesting twist in this article I cited: “low-attractive males elicited higher performance ratings than their more attractive peers.” How would you explain that? It might be that in the case of male performers, one has already a preconceived idea of how a pianist should look like 🙂
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Yes, you have a wide range of audience attendees with the preconceived idea of handsomeness, or lack of applies to surface acceptance. So I can only speak for myself. I have no preconceived idea how the male or female looks when (in the past) I attended music hall events. The knowledge and passion of the men and women started being observed later. If the orchestra had someone in there not playing well due to not receiving the proper rest; then you could have Mr. And Miss Universe on front and center stage, and I may still exit the auditorium to the bar section for a gin and tonic. Speaking hypothetically, that is Thank you for your response. I’ve been highlighting your videos on my website’s homepage. If you disagree with this, I will promptly remove them. All the same, YOUR skill is superb with ingenuity of style. Best Wishes, James
Julijana Sarac Official Channels
There will be more features in the future on this exquisite talent.
A Review of Social Media Sharing Thursday
Here is a review of what social sharing is and several of the posts that were placed on several networks; and maybe you will again?
Social Media has always been designed for sharing — so we share what we like with people we like.
When the articles and events have a hyperlink with a featured image; that is supposed to be shared as well. What company, musician, singers, doctors, entrepreneurs, and models do not want to see their brand shared? Let’s place impetus on for years since the beginning, this is what technology and Social Media Sharing has been all about sharing and still is with online chats from time to time! It is used for customer service as well! What a great use of technology!
Yes untold numbers use it as designed above.If you like (appreciate) it, then share it.If the image appears with the link you share, then this all a part of the article title and link presentation.If a company does not want you to share their images that automatically appears with the link, then on their websites they can turn such hot linking settings off. IMHO with a picture saying a thousand words, you will lose marketing value by doing that though.Meanwhile, welcome to Social Media Sharing Thursday Pick. Place this in your notification calendars! Last year, this feature ran through November and December!
Hey, caring is sharing! Have a wonderful day.