How Has Performing Arts Affected Our Lives Essay

720 Words Nov 22nd, 2012 3 Pages
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
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Personally, performing arts changed my views in terms of the music genres and range of instruments that i worked around with it thus, applied to all our lives as well. Appreciations, towards the different form of art or music that is created by other artists and with respect. The importance of appreciations falls down not only to the different varieties we have in the performing arts but also leading us to treasure and cherish our lives as well. I strongly feel that living in Singapore is a great blessing and it is a privilege as everything is just placed right in front of you, but we usually tend to take things for granted and not knowing how did all these things even came about it the first place. As an artist, Performer and musician, we should always be thankful and show our gratitude to our mentors, leaders and lecturers that has impacted us in different areas of our journey with them. It is because these are people who gave us a once in a life time experience that no one gets to experience and encounter with. Emotions, arouses us artistically and musically that is able to move us externally but internally as well. What makes emotion so affective and powerful is how you are able to channel your feelings through an instrument allowing the audience to be able to experience a whole new atmosphere, allowing your music to tell a story. In my experience personal emotions should always be put aside during rehearsals and during activities as it will

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