You chose to be a children’s artist. Probably because you like kids. You’ve sung for small groups, and that was fun. Then you were asked to do a concert. You thought, “No problem. I’ve got this.”
When you get there, you start noticing things you didn’t think of. The first one is that concerts are different than singing to a group of kids at a party or in a school setting. Other things are:
1. Parents letting their kids run around;
2. Children trying to climb on stage;
3. Older children who will clearly get bored, and that leads to disruption;
4. Parents engaged in other activities (ie texting, conversation); and
5. The way the room is set up isn’t going to work!!
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