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    was a concert I will never forget. In my opinion, this concert was the most high energy and energetic concert we have had (since my time here). The songs were all surrounded by the theme of holiday spirit and it gave a warm and friendly tone that I believe the audience felt too. We had a variety of songs, in cooperated dancing, and were able to have almost a full house. This will be the concert we remember for the fun times and best choreography. It took a lot of preparation to put this concert together

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    over the past hundreds of years. Every culture, big or small, has their own different style of music. Music has evolved to become a fundamental constituent of human life. I have been to many different instrumental performances, but this was my first concert that I attended since I have been at LSU. The setting of this event was that it was located at the Union Theatre, and it started at 7:30 pm. The Union Theatre was an amazing venue. I walked through the front doors and into the lobby of the theatre

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    I attend the concert “UA Philharmonic Orchestra” on Friday, October 10, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. The performance location is Crowder Hall, School of Music, University of Arizona. This hall has 544 seats. The concert has two programs. The first program will feature Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 in C Major conducted by Matthew Spieker. The second program is "Dance of the Tumblers" from “The Snow Maiden” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and "Danzón No. 2" by Arturo Márquez. The conductor is Ace Edewards

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    Before attending this concert, I was a little skeptical about it because I am not one for loud and crowded places. I know, I know, why would you go to a Christian rock concert if you don’t like loud places, but it was all that was available to fit my busy work schedule. To my surprise, I actually really enjoyed the concert, and it wasn’t at all what I was expecting it to be. The concert that I attended this go around was called “Rock Fest 2018” which was held at GenXaret in Columbia, MD and the tickets

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    attended a performance like this without my parents dragging me against my will. The only other time I have ever attended a concert of this nature is when my parents force my sister and I to go to the local opera house every year on Memorial Day to honor our troops and watch a couple boy scouts earn the title of eagle scout. Honestly, because I have only been to these types of concerts against my will, I did not know what to expect. I was extremely stressed out about what was appropriate to wear and how

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    On October 28, 2015 I went to the wind ensemble concert in the Hoag auditorium. It was a full house and the ensemble was fairly large. The set up was nice; the lighting and speakers were set in a way that would not interfere with the audience’s view of the band, and the stage fit the band perfectly. I don’t really have anything else positive to say about the concert; this concert was not as good as I was expecting and all I noticed were negatives about the performance. At first when they were on

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    the ordinary place, people have appropriate dress on and have nicely etiquette toward the performers, unlike me, many of audiences seem like that they come to this concert with certain knowledge of Jazz orchestra. And its musical venue was the ideal spot for the concert, so I sat in a decent spot spot that located at midst of the concert hall where I can view all the performers and hear performers’ music clearly. And the conductor informally began the show was quite nicely and politely which made me

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    first ever concert I went to was one that I did not want to go to. I was seven years old and my parents, being season ticket holders for the Chattanooga Symphony, thought it would be a good experience for me to go. I of course, fell asleep before intermission and ended up sleeping through the remainder of the concert. This would be the first of many symphony concerts I would be dragged to against my will and I only grew to slightly dread going to them less. However by going to these concerts I learned

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    Concert Review The concert I attended was called the Faculty and Student Recital, which took place in the Cisco Auditorium on April 11, 2017. The music that was on the program was mostly what is called “classical” music, as well as a Chinese Folk Song, an electronic composition, and variations on an Indian Tala. In the classical pieces, the instruments that were used were the violin, the piano, the cello, and the oboe. In the electronic composition, the computer was used to make music. In the Chinese

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    I attended this concert at CU Denver’s King Center, Concert Hall. Although the architectural design and surrounding did not attest to much artistic creativity, the actual concert was better than my expectations. I did have lower expectations because it was presented by students instead of professional musicians or dancers as in my last concert review. The ensemble, a collaborative outcome from MSU Denver and other dance/cultural music groups from denver, was actually a mix of African and Indian/East

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