Should I go back to playing the piano again (advice please)?

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Answer #1 | 06/01 2014 07:05
Awwww... love it. Thanks, Mam. Well, yes. It is great to not having to be alone on stage and to be with others, as with fellow ensemble/orchestral/band members to play along with you. Such support and atmosphere certainly is far more comforting (and fun) when wanting to perform and continue to enjoy such experiences. I too have enjoyed playing for family and friends. Better, when with others who are player as well, to further depend on each other to be in front of any group or venue to entertain. Put yourself into such situation as you can be with those of your concerns and this may lead to building a more confident self, or to just continue as member and contributor of the whole, willing to share their own welcomed abilities as musicians and performers alike. Fill that need, for such outlet and sharing. And, personal reward.
Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 11:23
Well if you think your good at it and you want to carry on you should.
Answer #3 | 05/01 2014 11:27
Playing piano is great. It actually helps with your academic performance! And it's a great thing to know music. You could take lessons from a teacher for a couple weeks just so you can get back on track, and your teacher might actually know of upcoming recitals. Performing on stage would be great because if you keep doing it, then it can help you get over your fear. Just don't push yourself too hard. Just enough to make yourself proud. Piano is great and beautiful and not everyone knows how to play it. Go for it :D

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