We architects like art as we perceive it. And the Prokofiev piano concerto nr. 2 is known as a master piece of its kind. At Brussels, every three years, there is a piano concours, a match if you like, between many young piano artist performers.
We should do this for architects too. Assessing them and helping them on their career path towards gaining mastership. In order to get the best quality architects. I witnessed the Brussels piano concours of 2007, winner Anna Vinnitskaya, one of the best piano performers, i think, especially as related to the Prokofiev piano concerto nr. 2, having read and heard some of the commentaries. I just loved her smile when she, tired as she was, started at the next part of the concerto.
What you see is what you get, in multiple dimensions. Winners will take on challenging jobs, even without much experience, but knowing the process to succeed. Why she won ? Real passion makes all the difference, combined with a superb technique. She enjoyed the experience, even without lyrics ;-) Passion brings sweat and long working hours you may have noticed or experienced, but we don't care, people with passion have fun and do not perceive this as work.
And when I think of my coaches, I can only say wish you were here .