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A band is simultaneously a friendship, a collaborative partnership and a business.
Although it might be less personal and intimate than a romantic relationship, it is quite possibly more complicated.
Ultimately, they are utterly devoted to their art and to paying homage to composers that they have been revering for years.
They have gone through (sometimes grueling) private lessons as children, studied all the way through the conservatory and moonlighted for years while, at the time, getting their feet wet while playing in an orchestra.
They have their priorities and will do anything to achieve their goals.
Sometimes, they travel for months, with little luggage and not an unlimited expense account: that’s the price they pay for seeing and performing at all the corners of the world. Do you really want to spend your quality time with someone who can’t stand not finding fancy restaurants, who complains it’s too hot outside or needs hours to plan what to wear for a night? Do they need to fill in last minute in an orchestra where they barely know the dynamics and power plays? Would they want to explore the hometown of one of their fellow orchestra members while also getting acquainted with their friends? A classical musician is pretty adaptable, so no need for you to worry for when you have to introduce him or her to your friends (or family).
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Any substantive edit to this page should reflect consensus. This page in a nutshell: This page lists the specific criteria for whether musicians, ensembles, composers, lyricists, albums, singles and songs are notable.
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You'll always come second No matter what plans you make, a rehearsal will overrun or someone will pull out of a concert at the last minute.
Same goes for consoling after failed auditions, bum notes and tripping over on stage. Someone has to stay at home, and it'll be you International tours if they're in an orchestra, hours of travelling to far-flung places if they're a soloist…