Musicians are reserved people.

For a musician doesn’t have time to build up a relationship with the audience. To make ends meet, he or she must perform concerts at constantly varying locations. There is little time for anything else during a concert. Planning is completely efficient and tight.

I composed a piece for large orchestra.
Before the first rehearsal, the conductor didn’t need to meet with me for more than three minutes.
He didn’t really have any questions, but did point out a few small errors in the score.
When I wanted to tell the orchestra about the underlying intentions of my piece, I was reluctantly allowed a minute of speaking time.

A musician will not easily be affected by a location >