Living with someone who practises

Dating classical music

Longterm commitment is

Attention from admirers Imagine if you were going out with David Garrett. Don't want to talk about it. Smothering being chief among them.

Same goes for consoling after failed auditions, bum notes and tripping over on stage. You'll always come second No matter what plans you make, a rehearsal will overrun or someone will pull out of a concert at the last minute. Lovers of classical music can fully appreciate these sentiments.

When they do hang out with you, they over-compensate The inevitable guilt of not spending any time with you has some undesirable side-effects. Just imagine being in a relationship with one. This is probably the only live streaming radio broadcast dedicated to playing the works of a single composer. Well, not unless there's a healthy dose of distractions available.

And you don't want to be second fiddle to a distraction. Here's what you can expect. Living with someone who practises. So get ready to sit by the phone and wait patiently for their inevitable late-night drunken phone calls.

Your schedules will

Your schedules will never match up Taking on a musician as a partner will tire you out. Long-term commitment is a no-no Artistic, flighty people just don't like the idea of settling down.