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Have you ever wondered what the performer you are watching was doing before coming on stage? Giving live performances takes a lot of nerve, and to give their best performance, even the most experienced and celebrated stars need to warm up and mentally prepare themselves.
Professional artists spend hours a day over several months preparing for a performance. But all the hard work they put into practice can come undone in an instant if they get stage fright and fluff their lines or play the wrong riff. Anxiety can strike at any moment.
Regardless of how well a performer knows their role, they will still practice their lines or their music on the day of a performance. Most will run through it in their heads throughout the day. But just before a show, the ritual turns to physical practice.
You will have probably heard singers and actors http://www.wikihow.com/Warm-up-Your-Voice]warming up their vocal chords. This is a typical backstage ritual and there can be as many as five performers all testing their tonsils. You may imagine they practice their vocals in unison, but it is actually more important for performers to practice alone so they can attune their focus.
Musicians warm up their fingers. They may start off with scales and then belt out a few riffs and practice exercises they have made for themselves. This is not unusual for musicians. Slash’s opening riff to ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ started out as a finger exercise before becoming one of the most recognised riffs in the world.
It is energy that gives performers confidence and calmness as the show goes on. So to pick up their energy levels before going out on stage, it is customary to conduct a physical warm-up as part of their pre-show preparations.
The warm-up typically involves stretching exercises, limbering up and maybe a few dance moves to get them fleet footed and in the mood. Professionals actors will tell you that the mind-body connection is an all-important part of feeling grounded, so it is vitally important they sync their body movements with their thoughts.
Performing on stage is a transition from everyday life. And the experience can be overwhelming. If the brain cannot sustain the pressure, a performer can damage their health over time – especially sensitive types which many creative people are.
To help prepare the mind for a show, performers will take a moment to relax and perform some breathing exercises. This helps them calm their nerves and prevent their thoughts from racing away with them. Without this ritual, performers can suffer from anxiety.
The next time you go to see a show, bear in mind the lengths the performer has gone to throughout the day – and all to entertain you. And don’t forget, we have loads of top artists waiting to put on a show for you, so check out our vouchers and bag tickets for your favourite artists at special prices.
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