Of course you are performing a CG after all...Paul Janssen wrote:Would you include those of us who play in churches or other places of worship? Whilst those of us who do this are unlikely to be paid, it certainly comes under the category of playing classical guitar in front of a group of people although I wouldn't generally call it performance but rather using the instrument to lead people into song.
CathyCate wrote:Rephrasing the question(s) may be the key to getting good stats? What facts/information are you seeking?
Would you like to know:
The number of paid performers/performances?
What are the most popular venues for CG?
The going rate for a certain type of gig?
Who books solo vs. teaming up with a partner or a group?
Who never ever uses amplification and leaves the hybrid in storage?
Perhaps the seasoned players are too busy rehearsing and performing to submit a response?
I will continue to follow this thread with interest. Inquiring minds want to know!
For what it is worth, I play CG anywhere I am invited to do so. Sometimes paid, frequently pro bono . Libraries and senior resident facilities are my favorite venues.
As for the audience, size doesn't matter.
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