• Discovering your own uniqueness and using it wisely to connect with others
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    Discovering your own uniqueness and using it wisely to connect with others

    Even when performing in an ensemble, our individual uniqueness impacts audiences far more deeply than we’re used to recognizing. Cloning our heroes Many times we start life by replicating others. Apprentices did this all the time – they spent years copying their master and doing things exactly their way. Why? Because the master produced what people were buying, so apprentices were employed to reproduce what the master did. We still do that in music – we look at performers we admire, both on the marketed stage as well as locally, and want to copy them. It’s a way to start. But at no point will you ever be a clone…