Some musicians are performers but not all performers are musicians. It is simple and straightforward. Yet for a musician who wants to deliver a memorable performance, he must learn how to engage an audience when performing. By following these tips, any amateur performers will look like a pro on stage.
Practice, practice and practice
How often the audience will have a notion that performers sound better in the album than they do in a live performance? Making a great first impression will help a performer boost his career but if it is otherwise, a bad performance will spread like a wildfire ruining the chances for another performance. So, spending enough time for practice simply makes a performance truly engaging and memorable.
Musical greats and divas know how to package themselves and part of it is learning how to dress accordingly. Say for a classical musician, going on stage dressed in a tight leather pants and black see through top complete with metal studs does not complement the type of music he will be performing. The audience will be flabbergasted and lest to say confused since typically, or as tradition goes, classical musicians wear formal clothes