By Ruth Bonnetti

Has this ever happened to you? You’re performing a concerto. The orchestral conductor or pianist, as the case may be, has set a tempo too fast or too slow. As an experienced soloist you know to assert exactly the tempo you want, backed with eye contact and decisive body language. You expect them to follow you. And they do, right?

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