Reason #102: Impromptu Performances
Unlike so many other performance arts, a cappella does not require any equipment or a formal stage. It’s an art that naturally lends itself to impromptu performance, captivating not only the attention but the imagination of a live audience in the most unlikely settings—a public park, a train, out on the street.
Impromptu performances are surprising and fun. They share a cappella with the public, but better yet share the idea that music can happen anywhere at any time, and just might inspire others to expose an unsuspecting audience to their own work.
I love it!