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The concert that I attended this semester was my cousin Hailey’s middle school choir concert on Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 at 7:00 PM at North Laurel Middle School. The performance took place in the gym. The concert being in the gym made it so easy to hear the choir member’s voices and the audience could take in the lyrics. My cousin is in the 7th grade, therefore she only performed 3 songs total. The first song she performed was, “America...
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I attended a music concert held at the Manhattan School of Music at 8:00 pm Friday, November 08. The concert was directed with various types of music using many instruments. The environment was penetrating as the concert hall was about the dimensions of an average home living room with about 45 people in the spectators. The concert was separated into two main parts with an interval of 15 minutes among the parts. In this concert report, I would like to...
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The dance performance that I observed was Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella. I saw it at the Ahmanson Theatre on March 3. There were three acts and a prologue with the cast previewing a movie showing what to do during an air raid. This is significant because, at the end of the first act, Cinderella is stuck outside in an air raid and passes out or dies because of the attack. In the first act, the two main scenes were at The...
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I have chosen Mozart's Violin Concerto in D major KV 218 for violin and orchestra which I have been working on for the past few months. Mozart composed this piece when he was 19 years old on October 1775 in Salzburg. He was granted the post of concertmaster to the Prince-Archbishop from 1773-1777. During these few years in Salzburg, he composed the majority of his works for solo string instruments and orchestra to use those works for special occasions, which...
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For my concert report, I attended “Rigoletto” at the Long Center for the Performing Arts. I attended the one on Thursday, November 14th, at 7:30. We had at least briefly discussed Rigoletto in class so I understood the basis of the plot that goes on during the opera before attending. However, I still conducted a little bit of background research to discover a couple more interesting things about the opera itself. Without further ado, I will go ahead and get...
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A string quartet performance can pack a concentrated punch of joyful music. It might involve a deeply meditative moment or the exhilaration of four stringed instruments in soaring flight. Jax Cello Quartet concerts at Jacksonville University by two dynamic string quartets delivered all of the glory of this concentrated telepathy in repertoires that spanned the graceful minutes of the intense flutter of contemporary works. On November 18th, the Jax Cello Quartet brought all of their strings to a concert performed...
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People often use music without borders to describe the popularity and breadth of music. Spain is a nation that can sing and dance very well. The Spanish are born with the blood of art. Therefore, they do have their unique features in music. Naturally, some Spanish international singers have emerged and led the unique 'Latin' style of today's music scene. In addition, both the full national colors of traditional Spanish music, Spanish or classical music with European romantic, have a...
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Music is one of the most powerful resources of expression for me. Through music, my feelings can be transformed from happiness to melancholy. Different feelings and different manifestations can also be induced by resources through music. Music plays an important role in my life by being a lovely factor in individual progress. Music makes me escape from everyday life, through works created within the scope of relaxing, and through music, I can access peace. Music is the most beautiful sound...
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I attended Catfish and the Bottlemen’s show at Emo’s in Austin on November 30th 2019. Originally from Llandudno, Wales, the indie rock band has apparently grown in popularity over the past decade, touring the UK, Europe, and North America. The show I attended was to debut their new album ‘The Balance’, which was released earlier this year. Only briefly hearing about this band before, I wanted to attend this concert to see if I could learn a little bit more...
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Many people would say that their first musical concert was enlightenment and enjoyment to them. some may not say it was something they wouldn’t forget about. However, not how I felt about my first live musical performance. My experience was unforgettable, it was quite an enjoyable experience that I watched on the campus of Brooklyn College, which was on September 24, a day that wasn’t forgettable. I never listened to jazz music before, I was introduced to it that day....
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Music has evolved over the past hundreds of years. Without music, we would not have concerts, musicals, and movies. Without the use of music, things would be boring and awkward. Music gives people a sense of hope and also helps people to let loose and have fun. Concerts are the biggest and the most fun way to hang with friends or just to go and get out of the house. Two well-known concerts have changed the music industry for the...
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Today when I went to the KSU dance concert, I arrived early to see the environment over there as it was my first dance concert. This concert took place at Kennesaw State University dance theater on the Marietta campus and it almost lasted for two hours. As I entered the theater, there were people at the door giving brochures related to the dance concert, with a brief description of the dance performances that were taking place tonight at the theater....
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On October 9th, 2019, I attended the ODU Brass Choir concert titled ‘Song to the Moon’. The ensemble was rather small, consisting of 11 members mastering trumpets, trombones, bass trombones, tubas and euphoniums. Making up in quality what they lacked in quantity, the size of the ensemble did not diminish their enthusiasm or volume as they played loudly and clearly. They performed six pieces, some of which were divided into more than one movement, all of which were played nearly...
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The opening allegro of ‘Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K. 491’ started out softly but menacingly. The orchestra then suddenly jumps into the main theme, incorporating a series of sharp and stabbing chromatic jumps. The theme is then repeated but played at a louder and more powerful level. Following the orchestral exposition, the piano enters unaccompanied with new melodic notes in a slower tempo. The piano voices its contribution in prominent accents; searching, inquiring, then answered by the...
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When it comes to Professor Kenneth Hamilton, who is his own right has an established reputation as a concert pianist, I came to his concert with the expectation of a mesmerizing listening experience. This themed and ambitious program, consisting of a homage to Liszt, came across well as favorites of the performer. Hamilton made this clear from the outset. The Steinway in the concert hall was also exploited to its full effect, with the colorful pedaling and rhythmic polish shining...
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‘Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue’ a lunch-time concert by Quintet of the Americas was the music concert that I attended at York college on April 2nd, 2019 in the academic core building. I attended the event with a few of my fellow classmates. This concert was not the first concert that I ever attended. I attended a few concerts before as well. The concert last for about two hours. It was impressive to hear pieces composed by...
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The concert of choice is Mozart’s ‘Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550’ that was written just for a small orchestra like the one conducted in this concert. It is retrieved from YouTube. Leonard Bernstein conducts it while the Boston orchestra performs. Mozart wrote it in 1788 summer, and it’s one of the two main symphonies with minor keys that he wrote. The aspect can be noted from the performance of the orchestra. The minor keys can be noted right...
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The Bach Collegium San Diego presented this concert this past February 22, 2019 at the All Souls’ Episcopal Church in Point Loma. Titled ‘Transcendence’, it was a celebration of the human voice, which is considered the most perfect musical instrument. Thus, all the six masterpieces featured that night were all performed a cappella. Five composers were also put on the spotlight in this concert: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Anton Bruckner (1824-1896), and Frank Martin...
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The concert was held on 13 October at the Victoria Concert Hall and it is the second instalment of the Sibelius Complete Cycle, the first instalment was performed back in 2008. The concert started off with Sibelius’s ‘Symphony No.4 in A minor, Op.63’, which was composed in 1911. When the performance ended, there was a ‘puzzled silence’, the audience and I were hesitant to clap as we were unsure if the piece has ended. The symphony is known to be...
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On October 17, 2019, Jackson State University celebrated its 142nd Founders' Day Convocation. The auditorium was filled with professors, deans, chairpersons, students of Jackson State University, and all people that supported it. The convocation was started by the prelude presented by the Jackson State University Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Darryl E. Harris. After the prelude, the Jackson State University Orchestra continued and presented the processional. Watching and hearing the orchestra at that time was something special for me...
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Included in the program music is Respighi’s ‘Gli Uccelli’, written in 1928 and based on 17th and 18th century music in an attempt to transcribe birdsong into musical notation, and illustrate bird actions, such as fluttering wings, or scratching feet, Mozart’s ‘Piano Concerto No. 21’, written in 1785 rapidly after his previous piece called ‘D minor concerto K. 466’, Satie’s ‘Gymnopédies No 1 and 3’, written in 1888 and named after a Greek traditional festival where men dance naked, and...
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In everyday life, respect is really important. As youngsters, we are trained (hopefully) to respect our guardians, educators, and seniors, school regulations and road laws, religious and kinship traditions, other people's emotions and rights, our nation's flag and authorities, the truth, and other points of view. And we grow to cherish such traits; as we become older, we may shake our heads (or fists) at others who don't appear to have learned to respect them. We acquire enormous esteem for...
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The concert attended was a philharmonic one, and occurred on 2nd November 2019 on a Saturday from 7:30 pm at the Auer Performance Hall in Fort Wayne. The concert was conducted by Andrew Constantine with Brett Deubner as the viola soloist along-side the orchestra. The performance was an arrangement of Patrick O’Malley’s ‘Rest and Restless’, Richard Danielpour’s concerto for viola and orchestra entitled ‘The Voyager’ which included ‘The Departure’, ‘In the Valley of the Shadows’, ‘Soliloquy’, ‘Elegy’ and ‘The Return’,...
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