Last night my band played at a gig with 4 other bands who were just as nutty as us. Now, as far as how I play the flute in my band goes, I usually aim for a very wooden/dirty sound. I'm not afraid of squeaking, or bending the pitch, or even splitting my notes.
I had to go from that to lovely proper classical musician. It's not an easy transition.
Today I played the Pearl Beach Annual Opera in the Arboretum, which is basically a fun concert of Opera classics in the great outdoors. I've played it a couple of times now, and it's always super fun.
Tomorrow I'll be switching styles yet again for my 1920's jazz orchestra rehearsal.
It's strange. Before I started uni, versatility was never really my thing. I was pretty firmly a classical musician, but now I can handle pretty much anything thrown at me. It's a really liberating feeling!