Dating a musician
I’m the first to admit life with me might be a bit challenging.
Being a professional musician isn’t all fun and games.
My son used to barge into my studio thinking I had finished. After the performance, you’ll need a thick skin to reassure your partner. There will be innumerable times you’ll hear, “I’d love to go but I really !
” Avoid the retort, “But you’ve played the Beethoven Sonata so many times!
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In fact, you might hear one passage hundreds of times until it’s just right.
It’s no exaggeration to say every note is scrutinized as evidenced by my well-worn music to Beethoven’s Cello Sonata Op 5 No. You may be recruited to carry larger instruments—lift them in and out of cars, up icy staircases, in and out of airplanes, and carry it through endless cement corridors backstage.
Instead, here at 37 reasons why dating a musician is really the best.