In this post, you will find great Repertoire Quotes from famous people, such as Tyler Oakley, Natalie Dormer, Judith Martin, Julia Child, Neville Marriner. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
There are a lot of parallels between the historical Henry VIII and Jonathan Rhys Meyers. There’s an oscillation and extremity of emotion throughout his repertoire that lends itself beautifully to the nature of Henry VIII, definitely. He will push things to the limit, and yet remain in emotional control.
A fly with a brain the size of a salt grain has the behavioral repertoire nearly as complex as a much larger animal such as a mouse. That’s a super-interesting problem from an engineering perspective.
Pop managers are fixed in the dramatic stock character repertoire too, ever since the first British pop film musical, Wolf Mankowitz’s ‘Expresso Bongo’ of 1959, with Cliff Richard as Bongo Herbert and Laurence Harvey as his manager. The key components were cast as X parts gay, X parts Jewish and triple X opportunistic.
I prefer catchy, passionate, temperamental music. And as an upside of that, Ghost‘s repertoire has, over the years, been piqued by a few, sort of, hits.
It is possible to build a virtual-reality generator whose repertoire includes every possible environment.
Exceptional employees don’t possess God-given personality traits; they rely on simple, everyday EQ skills that anyone can incorporate into their repertoire.
I teach a lot of young musical theatre actors, and I notice that a lot of them say that they have a harder time connecting the classic repertoire.
I think it’s important to widen my artistic repertoire.
From ‘Fonejacker,’ multiculturalism has been a big part of my repertoire.
I wouldn’t be me if my repertoire wasn’t bel canto.
There have been low moments before, but Christianity is an incredibly adaptable organism, using different parts of its repertoire to mutate into new ecological niches, yet preserving intact its story of grace, of love improbably triumphant.
My husband, Gabriele, is a musician, and I love music, so you can bet it’s a really important part of our home entertaining repertoire, even if it means Gabriele making a really good playlist for a dinner party.
I have not labelled ‘Krishna’ as a classical presentation. Nor do I bring in non-classical elements into the traditional repertoire.
I love playing jazz because I love the freedom you have to improvise. It has given me a feeling in my classical repertoire of creating the atmosphere of the here and now.
If I can do concert recitals, adapting the repertoire to my needs, then no problem, that’s good enough. But with operas, unless the right circumstances come up, my career is done.