Musician as a life.
A blog by the violinist Adriana Cristea
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As a young musician, I always want to improve my musical skills.
Since I was young, I felt an enormous joy to perform on stage and share it with the auditorium.
Time to time, as an exercise, similar as an athlete prepares for the Olympics, I prepare myself for a violin competition. The prize is the recognition of my effort to become a better violinist, but what's more important is the path to the prize. The preparation, the musical journey, the revelation of a new and better way to play. Finally, I compete with myself. To overcome the yesterday's one, to embrace the today's one, and to look for the tomorrow's one.
In the background are the years of effort, months of intense preparations and the few hours of joy. Hard to explain all of these. Only the tears of joy can express it better.
My journey as an Olympic musician goes through more 27 prizes, each of it very important at that time.
What would be my favorite one? Probably the last one, but I would rather say what I feel. My favorites are all, as flying from ground to the sky shapes my vision and let it go the waist to make my fly easier on the infinity constellation of music.
What's more important is to never give up and continue to do my best to become a better me.