Hello, my name is Madison Smith and this is my blog, Reedit, dedicated to sharing all of my experiences and knowledge on being a young musician. Reedit has viewers in 10 countries and is growing everyday. Please subscribe at the bottom of the page to receive email updates when new posts are published!
Witches, trolls, the Loch Ness monster, Sasquatch, Quasimodo, and the constant battle of good and evil, light and dark, angels and demons. What better themes are there for a concert. Such heroism and darkness combined to make an action packed performance that will keep you on the edge of your seat. This is exactly the reaction …
Going to a formal performance or concert is nothing like a sports event or competition. In order to be respectful and support the audience, the best thing you can do is make sure you are using the proper concert etiquette. What to Wear When going to a formal performance or concerts, Sunday best is always …
Nothing is more distracting to a performer than bad concert etiquette. But for a performer, it is very important to behave appropriately on stage in order to put on a professional performance.
What is Reedit
Reedit is a dedicated to bringing to light the many challenges, tips, and aspects of being a musician you don’t want to take for granted. From being in a part of a community band to how to better prepare for auditions, this is a record of the personal experiences of a young musician in a big world. Reedit is a growing blog with viewers in over 10 different countries.
About the Author
The author of Reedit, Madison Smith is a clarinetist in Northwest Arkansas who plays with the Arkansas Winds Community Band. While shes in school she takes lessons with Nophachai Cholthitchanta and teaches lessons to middle school and junior high students.