For some players, males or females, when playing in a classical setting, it seems necessary to sway with the music, to nod their heads, to accentuate bowing...in other words, they seem to unwillingly "attract" the eye to their performance. Now, what do you think is considered "acceptable" in the context of both a smaller Baroque type orchestra and a full orchestral type? Does it depend on the conductor or is there some code of behaviour that needs to be followed, a bit like good table manners? Or anything (within reason) goes, after all it is about the music, first and foremost? Thanks for reading!