Concert Report

  • Concert Review 2

    Concert Review # 2 The second concert I attended conducted by Sidney Harth on February 21st was at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland and was actually my first time at the music hall because the first concert was cancelled and I am from the Buffalo, NY area. I can definitely say that it is one of the most beautiful buildings that I have ever seen in my life. As you walk up the stairs and begin through the large chambered doors you get the feeling an old castle were kings, queens and the royal

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  • Concerts

    Arch Creek as a Concert Venue JWU student life is something that all of us as students look forward to. It is important for students to be motivated by the events that are created for them. In this case we are planning a concert venue for the students to enjoy, something from all of us to all of us. A concert requires all the people to be happy and enjoying the music which they are listening to. To be able to do this we have to take into consideration the location of the stage, the space for

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  • Concert Report

    Brittany Arthur 12/16/2010 MUS 555 Symphonic Lit Concert Report: Arthur Senior Tuba Recital The works on this program fit Goehr's open model more so than the closed model. The program featured works by Beeler, Vaughan Williams, Penderecki, Koetsier, Arban. Three of these pieces were tonal, centered on the keys of F minor, E flat major and B flat major. With the exception of Penderecki, each of these pieces included a solo tuba with accompanying piano. The soloist used a larger orchestral tuba

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  • Music Concerts

    exercer pour gagner plus d'attention sur certains sujets. Les concerts des bénéficiers sont aussi utiles parce que l'attention qu'ils centre et la publicité sur des causes importantes. Un exemple de ceci est 'Live 8' qui a été un groupe deconcerts organisés le 2 Juillet 2005 dans neuf pays pour sensibiliser à la pauvreté en Afrique. Ils ont été diffusés sur les chaînes de télévision et de radio plus de 2.000 dans le monde. Les concerts ont encouragé les dirigeants du G8 d'augmenter les niveaux de

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  • Rhapsody in Blue, Concert Report

    Ariana Duenas Wednesday, 17 October 2012 Music Report “Rhapsody in blue” On September 29, 2012, the symphony Orchestra at Moorpark College had their first concert of the fall semester with special guest the horn player, Jennifer Bliman and Esther Keel on Piano. The Symphony Orchestra collectively performed three pieces during the concert. The hall was much more crowded than I expected. At the beginning of the concert, the orchestra was seated on the stage; the men wore tuxedos, and the women

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  • Concert Report

    Mary F Blige and D’ Angelo The first concert I attended for the semester was by the legendary Mary J. Blige and D’angelo. The venue was the United Center on Sep 13, 2012 at 9:00. This had to be one of the best concerts I have ever attended, and coming from me I think that says a lot. This because I have attended hundreds of different genre concerts over the years. Let me first start off with D’ Angelos opening performance. You could say his band began the show with

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  • Class Concert

    Class Concert While observing and listening to the incredible concert given by Jin Hee Kim and Dr. Millican, I could not help but be amazed by the never-ending talent that was displayed. Through each movement of every song I was impressed till the very end. I have always been attracted to the sound of the violin and even took lessons a couple of times. It was then that I realized that playing the violin was like a sport and it was not easy. I decided to leave it up to the professionals, like

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  • Global Poverty Concert

    Electric guitars and staggering statistics shared a Central Park audience of more than 60,000 people on Saturday at the Global Citizen Festival, a five-hour concert held on Central Park’s Great Lawn devoted to ending extreme poverty worldwide. The music line-up—which included Neil Young with Crazy Horse, Band of Horses, The Black Keys, The Foo Fighters, K’Naan and surprise guest John Legend—performed free-of-charge to the public to highlight issues of hunger, poverty, polio and malaria. But while

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  • Concert Essay

    Concert essay Without possessing the knowledge of what is so called romantic music, we generally refer to it is a kind of music which tends to evoke a soft mood or dreamy atmosphere. However, it is partially true; many musical works in Romantic era produce strong, harsh sounds for agitated emotion. The characteristics of this period’s music are strongly tied to a word, “extreme”; that is, extreme in size, length, pitch, dynamics and tempo in most musical pieces. During this era, the musician has

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  • Concert Report

    I recently attended the Double Reed Day Concert presented by the UNL School of Music. This particular concert had only faculty. The two primary instruments used were oboe and bassoon with accompaniment provided by a harpsichord and piano. There was almost never a time where an instrument was resting in a piece; each voice started and ended at the same time. Most of the performed pieces were fairly old and it was very apparent as the style of playing gave a certain “old” feeling which will be

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  • Concert Critique

    CONCERT CRITIQUE Constructive Critique of Your Choir’s Performance: -What are (minimum) three (3) constructive criticisms that you can make of the performance of each of the pieces your ensemble performed? While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks 1. I think because the sopranos were missing three people (handbell), the sopranos were not very strong compared to the other parts. 2. The sopranos also did not really have great posture during the first song. 3. I think that have both alto

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  • Behind the Concert Stage

    Most touring concert equipment is provided by specialised companies that provide both sound and lighting equipment or specialise in one or the other. The decision of selecting companies like this depends on location, performer’s requirement, venue size, and most important budget. The budget usually dictates all decisions and is determined by the popularity of the performers and their ability to attract more and more of an audience. Various organisational roles are involved with the concert production

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  • Concert Review

    The Juilliard School in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City held a free concert at Morse Hall. It was a Chamber Music Recital featuring chamber music students of Sylvia Rosenberg of the Juilliard School. Three pieces were performed, each played by different students. The first two pieces, Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor and String Quartet No. 9 in C Major, Op. 59, No. 3 “Rosumovsky”, were composed by Ludwig Van Beethoven in 1795 and 1808, respectively. The performers of the first

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  • Concert Report

    Pridmore 1 Pridmore 1 Pridmore, Allec Music 116, Pridmore Concert Report #1 April 03, 2013 Concert Report #1 This past Friday I played in the VVC music concert that consisted of four groups: The VVC college band, the flute choir, the brass choir, and the Symphonic band. I played in two of these groups, which were the brass choir and the symphonic band. The brass choir played three numbers and the last one was the most significant to the crowd. We played the theme song from Looney Tunes, which

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  • Concert Report

    The concert that I attended was the Euclid quartet at the first Presbyterian Church. The church itself wasn’t very big but there was a lot of people there and it made it really hard to find a parking space. On the inside the church looked like any ordinary chapel. The large amount of people that were there were dressed very nice and once again I was under dressed. I did however notice more students at this one than I did at BVSO and they were also underdressed which made me feel better. The performers

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  • Concert Paper

    (Your Name) Prof. Horn MUS 100 18 February 2013 Concert Paper 1 These days musicians all feel the need to be performers, complete with pyrotechnic displays, on stage gimmicks, props, and special accoutrements necessary for a live performance, however there are some who still hold to the old staples, of just the instruments, the stage, every day clothes, and a smile; of those performers, even fewer are referred to on a first name basis that is recognized cross genre, and one of those musicians

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  • Concert Review

    I recently attended a concert entitled Masterpieces of the Guitar. The concert was performed by a solo artist named Robert Wetzel. The concert was presented by The Grossmont Guitar Guild, it was held at the Cuyamaca College of Performing Arts on October 29, 2012. This report will detail my experience and give an accurate, unbiased review of “Masterpieces of the Guitar.” Before the performance began I had the opportunity to sample the program and read through it thoroughly. The most important thing

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  • Concert Report

    Concert Report #2 My second concert I attended was located at the Fowler Center Thursday, November 4, 2010. The Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble played several works, which gave to the title “Folksongs and War Songs”. Timothy Oliver was the main conductor and there was a guest conductor also, Dan Patterson. A classmate and I arrived to the Fowler Center on time and got settled, but neither one of knew what to expect really since we didn’t have a very sturdy musical background. Everyone

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  • Concert Report

    The Concert Environment: The National Lutheran choir’s performance is located in a church setting. There are statues and trees that give a very nice background. The choir, as well as the conductor, is dressed in black robes. The Mormon Tabernacle choir’s performance also seems to be in a church setting. The choir is dressed in white and the people playing instruments, as well as the conductor, are wearing black. The Marine Band’s performance is set in a high school gym. There are tables behind them

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  • Concert

    November 27 2013 Concert Report for My Music Class I attended the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s “Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto “on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark. The hall was much more magnificent than I expected. In addition, the deep hum of a thousand voices work up the excitement of me, I’m not a big fan of classical music concerts though at the entrance. At the beginning of the concert, the orchestra who is armed with tuxedos

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  • The Concert

    and Professional Regulations, this is Brandi, how may I help you.” I was so happy to finally be off after an agonizing ten hour shift. I had the music blasting and in between songs I hear it, a concert promoter’s voice blaring through my speakers, voice as loud as a morning alarm, “Usher, live in concert July 31st at American Airlines Arena. Thank God I was stopped at a red light; if not I might have run off the road. I reached for my cell phone, completely in shock, dialed my best friend’s number

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  • Concert Review

    Concert Report For the Concert report I had the opportunity to attend and listen to the Houston Symphony Orchestra, on November 29th, at 8:00 PM. I arrived around 7:40 to Jones Hall in slacks and untucked shirt. As I began to sit down I looked around and saw people well dressed and I felt embarrassed. I went rushed to restroom and tucked my shirt in and made sure my hair looked perfect. One lesson I learned is attending an Orchestra recital is not like going to a concert for an artist. After

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  • Music Concert

    Music Appreciation Concert Report The University of Texas at El Paso Music Department presented a piano recital featuring Oscar Macchioni on Saturday, December 7. Dr. Macchioni born in Argentina is a very prestigious pianist which has performed all around the world. The program featured the keyboard instrument known as the piano. The music pieces played were Adagio from the Oboe Concerto in D minor, Faschingsschwank aus Wien op.26, Sonata in C-Sharp minor, and four different movements from the

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  • Concert Review

    Concert Review Introduction to Music 2/1/2014 Park University Erin Rosario Name: Erin Rosario Course: Introduction to Music Date: February 1, 2014 Concert: Oakland East Bay Symphony Type of concert: Symphony orchestra General reaction: This was my first attendance at a symphony concert so I wasn’t certain what to expect. The Paramount Theatre in Oakland, CA held the three hour concert and set the mood for this event. The following pieces were played for the performance: Peter Ilyich

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  • Concert Report on Juan-Carlos Formell Y Son Radical at Guantanamera

    performance practice. Just as the musicians in most small jazz bands are given chances to improvise in solo, each of the three musicians had extended solos throughout the performance. Fortunately, I had the opportunity to speak with Formell after the concert, and he acknowledged jazz as a central influence to his music. Considering that genre classification can often be limiting, perhaps the most effective way of classifying this music would not be son, guajira, or jazz, but in fact a fusion of these

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  • Jazz Concert

    Bhavin Patel Professor Barr Wednesday 3:00 11/22/10 Concert Report I attended the Fall Jazz Band concert at Mt. Sac in the Sophia B. Clarke Theater. The show was on Friday November 19th, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. The concert first featured the Latin Jazz Ensemble of Mt. Sac. Followed by the Latin Jazz Ensemble was the Mt. Sac Jazz Ensemble 1. The concert was directed by Jeff Ellwood and Tim Curle. The first piece played by the Mt. Sac Jazz Ensemble was called “Intersecting Lines” which was

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  • Concert Report

    Sleeping Beauty Lauren Lehman On April 21, 2014 I watched the online performance of Sleeping Beauty performed by the Jacobs School of Music at the Musical Arts Center in Indianapolis. I have never personally been to the Musical Arts Center, but from the online streamed video, the place looks magnificently huge and phenomenal. The stage was absolutely stunning. It was big, vibrant, and breathtaking. It made it look as if you actually went back in time and were a part of the performance. The

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  • Reviewing a Concert

    I attended a concert that took place at Doylestown Presbyterian Church in Doylestown. Preforming that day was a group called the Impulse Handbell Ensemble, a group of grade school children from Monmouth county New Jersey. The group, directed by Ryan Guth uses hand bell’s to produce music and instrumentals to popular songs. Ryan Guth has been teaching middle school band for seven years now and owns his own performing arts studio named voice works. On the day I attended the concert, there were 10

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  • Classical Music Concert Report

    Sina Valizadeh Concert Report 2 03/19/14 Classical Music Concert Report The concert took place in Balboa Park at Spreckels Organ. I was there for about an hour and they played 7 songs. #1: Jared Jacobsen: Toccata from Symphony No.5, Opus 42 from Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937) From the start of the song tempo was presto. It has a 1,2 rhythm and it is very simple overall until it goes toward the end of a song and you hear more different melodies. it had an amazing finishing. during the middle

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  • Concert Critique

    MUS 110CL Concert Critique Guidelines and Rubric After either attending a live concert or watching a full length concert online, write a critique of the performance following the format below. Here are a few examples of full length concerts you can find online (by conducting a web search using the criteria below) that could be used for this assignment:         Coldplay Live In Boston 2012 (Full Concert DVD) Sting: If on a winters night-Live from Durham Cathedral 2009 (watch all 14 songs on

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  • Concert Report 1

    On Monday, September 29 I went to the Faculty Artist Concert Series on campus. This particular concert was titled “Faculty Showcase”, obviously that means throughout the concert, the faculty at the University of Indianapolis would showcase their particular strengths. The concert was in fact free and open to the public and everyone on campus. I earned L/P credit from attending which meant there were several other students there. The concerts on Monday nights usually only provide four, five or six

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  • Classical Mystery Tour Concert Report

    various sections of the orchestra, as they play the long tone to tune their instruments to the standard pitch of A440. Well these random sounds were really loud, and somewhat confusing, who would’ve thought that they could play so beautifully. The concert began with a melodious 10 minute medley featuring wonderful musicians and the conductor Jack Everly, who is an experienced veteran in the symphony arts, as they concluded their introduction the audience rose as one to give it a long standing ovation

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  • Concert Paper

    In: Film and Music Concert Report The concert that I attended was the Euclid quartet at the first Presbyterian Church. The church itself wasn’t very big but there was a lot of people there and it made it really hard to find a parking space. On the inside the church looked like any ordinary chapel. The large amount of people that were there were dressed very nice and once again I was under dressed. I did however notice more students at this one than I did at BVSO and they were also underdressed

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  • Concert

    Sammy Stengart Concert I attended the Pascack hills concert in Montvale, New Jersey on 12/3/2014. This concert included a band and a choir. There were about 10 different pieces played by the band. Three of the pieces were also sung by the choir along with the band. The ensemble pieces are the ones that stood out the most to me. They were Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, September, and Lux Nova. This stood out to me as a unique combination of music. There many instruments involved including

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  • Concert Essay

    The concert started at 8:00 PM.I was there at 7:30 PM.It was a little bit crowded.I sat on the third block.After the midterm exam it was very enjoyable and relaxible.I hope that it will be a great concert and it would be.That was a unbelievable exprience for me. Initially,Aiko okawa-Scannell with flute,David Kirshner with oboe , Justin cox with clarinet and Rihannon Fanning with basson appeared on the scene.The harmony of these instruments was absolutely wonderful.It was very excited

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  • Concert Report 1

    4/1/15  Concert Report #1    Unaware of the crowd attraction that musical concerts around this area bring, I  was pleasantly surprised at the "hype" of the upcoming X GAMES in Aspen, Colorado.  As I searched through who would be performing, I noticed two major names in the  Hip­Hip genre that I was very interested in attending.  We chose to make the hour and a  half drive from Grand Junction to Aspen in order to experience Snoop Dogg's concert.  Since Snoop Dogg had musically influenced all three of us throughout our lives

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  • Concert Report 3

    Feelings about the concert We have just finished attending our third concert in Fenway Center last Thursday. It’s an amazing concert, and all of us should give a performance in this concert. Since I came to America, I have attended three concerts, and I feel that this is the best concert I have attended. Comparing with those two concerts I have attended before, I have more feelings about this concert; and I want to share my feelings with you. In this concert, each of us gave our performances as

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  • Concert

    Sheng Lu Assignment: Concert review from Faculty Artist Series Presents (on date 9/8/15) Instructor: Professor Mark Gibson September 22, 2015 That night, I went to Robert J. Werner Recital Hall listened the concert performed by Musician Steve Allee and professor of percussion Rusty Burge. The music they played is relate to Jazz, although I don’t know much about the music, I can feel the player they love music and devote their lives in it. For what I can do I think just enjoy and appreciate

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  • Oh Wonder Concert Review

    invited me to go to a concert at a music venue called the Casbah, that was able to occupy around 200 people. The band performing at this music venue was the english duo, Oh Wonder with Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West. At first I was a bit hesitant because at the time I did not know who they were and thought they were just some new duo trying to make it big, that would never actually make it, but after attending I was proven wrong. After attending Oh wonder’s concert I was immediately hooked

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  • Concert Review

    A Concert Review Angela Champ, AA Jazz/Pop History Music 2217, Chicago State University Felton Offard, Intstructor Chicago, Illinois 04/08/2014 It was a cold winter evening in the Bible Belt of Atlanta, Georgia. It was the perfect evening for cuddling as thousands scurried into the Atlanta Civic Center on 395 Piedmont Avenue N.e. on February 15th, 2014 to escape the unusual cold in this part of the country. The ultimate concert lineup…Eric Benet, Mc Lightfoot, El DeBarge and Kem made

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  • Concert Report

    The one in particular that I attended was called “The Virtuoso Liszt” in which Charles Foreman was performing. He performed a number of works by Franz Liszt, one of which being Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 and was also his opener. Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 had two distinct sections; a slow section and a fast section. The piece is in duple metre and has a pulse throughout the piece although during the first motive, the presence of the pulse is questionable (mainly because of expressive purposes). The

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  • Concert Report

    Course: HUMA2104 (L1) Instructor: Ilari Kaila Submission Date: 26th November, 2014 Concert Report An Evening Concert of Opera concert had been performed by Carol Lin, Sandy Leung, Chen Young and Felix Suen on 25 October 2014 7:30 pm at Lecture Theatre at Lo Ka Chung Building in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Several pieces of songs from opera has been performed, including Voi che sapete and Deh, vieni from The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart, O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi

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  • Concert Critique Concert Critique of James Brown and BB King Live – One Special Night. An outstanding performance by James Brown and BB King with a special one minute appearance by Michael Jackson. The concert was called “One Special Night” the Godfather of Soul meets the King of Blues. The first performer was Riley B. King or better known as BB King started out singing gospel music in church and saved up money to purchase his first guitar which later lead him in

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  • Jazz Concert Review

    sound of disapproval to prejudice. The sounds were mellow and so as the atmosphere in the club. People seemed very relaxed. Before I took this class and before I went to this concert I knew very little about jazz music. Even though I still might not fully understand this type of music, I noticed a beauty of it and this concert was definitely a worth wide experience.

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  • Concert Report

    the doors. As you enter the small quaint shop, it is designed in local artist motif, everything on the walls is listed for sale. The seating arrangement is that of a small concert hall in the evenings, this is to accommodate the array of musicians that grace the café. If you find yourself in attendance of these amazing concerts be prepared to have a one of a kind up close and personal experience. The Robin Henkel band was the musical selection of the evening. This Jazz Quintet had a very family

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  • Concert Report

    Allannha Diaz Concert Report #1 November 24, 2015 On July 28th 2015 Fishman’s syncopated marching band drums put a second line shuffle into the feet of the gathering masses. A blast of confetti ascended from the crowd. Page McConnell’s toy train whistle Hammond B3 organ hopped, Trey Anastasio’s guitar squealed and squawked, and Mike Gordon’s bass, as it would all night, both drove the rhythm and held it down.For the first time in five years (and the first time outside of a festival or TV-production

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  • Concert Reports

    On the night of October 14, 2007, I attended my first concert. It was held at 6 o’clock p.m. on the Bluff at Henry George Park in Fairhope, AL. The concert was sponsored by the City of Fairhope and the Fairhope Single Tax Corporation. The concert featured music from the late Classical Era, the Romantic Era and the 20th Century Era. The Pops Band performed under conductors Randy Davis and Dr. Roger Jones. The first two selections, The Star Spangled Banner and Strike Up the Band were both played

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  • Concert Report

    Concert Report: 1 I attended the College Campus Community Band in the Picotte Recital Hall at the Massery Center for the Arts at the College of Saint Rose on December 7, 2010 at 7:30 P.M. The concert hall was just about filled up with a rather enthusiastic crowd on hand. The audience consisted of older people ranging from the ages of 30 to around 70. Everyone who was in attendance was casually dressed in nicer street clothes. The overall feel was really relaxed and everyone seemed like they were

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  • Concert

    talking, so they probably have sense of humor too, but sadly I didn’t understand some of their humors. Unfortunately, I had no chance to hear the bassoonist and harpsichordist’s voice. They were kind of big and taciturn. As the program shows, this concert is all about the music of the Baroque period. The players were performing three pieces of Bach and one of Handel in seven pieces. Before the classical era, I think the musicians in Baroque period widely focused and contributed their talents to a small

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  • Concert

    Music Concert Review I watched a concert named ‘Swire Symphony Under the Stars’ which is performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. I have never watched a concert not holding in concert hall before, this concert was held at outdoor in the Happy Valley Racecourse Recreation Ground. People just sat wherever they wanted, enjoying the performance while eating sandwiches happily. There were large screens projecting the stage for the audience at the back, everyone

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