The first row of chairs included the saxophone players, the second row were the trombone players, and the trumpet players were in the third and last row. Audience The audience, for the most part, seemed to be made up of college students attending for the same reasons as myself. However, there were some audience members who are part of older age groups in the audience. They were there only seeking a good performance and a great time. These older age group audience members were located mostly in the center section of the theatre seated in the first few rows.
Chris Cedars guitar Chris Cedars concert consist of about 30 people. The hall was a regular class room and was very crowded. The audience was very quiet Most people had on regular college attire. Men wore jeans, with tee shirts and the 5 females all had dress on with open toe shoes. The performers were dress like college students.
The word “scherzo” refers to the fact that it is the third movemen... ... middle of paper ... ... and was institutionalized for two years until his death. Frédéric Chopin was born in 1810 in Zelazowa Wola, Poland and died in 1849 in Paris, France. Chopin began playing piano at the age of six and soon after receiving lessons, he had become a better pianist than his instructor. He moved to Paris and began to work as a teacher while writing his own music. While in France, Chopin began a relationship with a novelist named George Sand.
I enjoyed it, but I preferred the piano. Interviewer: How was your family affected by your rising fame? Beethoven: Actually, during my years as a pianist I lost my mother, and later on my brother, Kaspar. After Kaspars death I sought after custody of his son, Karl. Around this time, more specifically, 1822, I had completed my last Piano Sonata: op 111.
Realizing his skill in piano-playing, his parents hired Wojcheh Zywny, a professional pianist, from 1816-1822. Soon, Chopin could play better than him. His family moved to Warsaw in 1820, and in 1826 he went to Vienna to perform. From 1826-1830, he studied with Josef Elsner at the Warsaw Conservatory of Music. Chopin also played for audiences in Poland, Germany, Austria and Paris after his Vienna debut.
This piece was U.S. Premiere, played solo by the pianist Luiza Borac. The third piece was Piano Quartet in E-flat major, Opus 47. This piece was an Andante cantabile piece. This concerto was performed by pianist Luiza Borac, violinist Conrad Chow and Adelya Shagidullina, and Cellist Kian Soltani.
I found this movement to be the hardest to follow of the three because I didn’t hear a recurring theme a lot. The dynamics remained fairly constant at about a mezzo piano to a mezzo forte. Overall, I believe this composition did a fantastic job at displaying both musician’s talents and abilities without overshadowing one another. The senior recital I had a chance to attend was absolutely wonderful, and I’m so glad I had the opportunity to experience it. I would definitely recommend attending to anyone, and supporting the other students at ISU.
This was titled Porgy and Bess. It was arranged by Robert Russell Bennett. I did not recognize and of parts of these songs, but I assumed it was a medley of songs from perhaps a play of the same title. Most of the song was upbeat, and I remember tapping ... ... middle of paper ... ...gs I recognized, I still enjoyed the performance of his medley. After that song, the audience routinely applauded while soloists were pointed out, and then they sat and the audience stopped clapping.
Moving on to the second song, it is called “Take the A train” composed by Billy Strayho... ... middle of paper ... ... began the piece, and the beat of the drum was frequent. After the introduction, the rest of the musicians joined. The pianist also had a solo part with the companion of the drum. The pace of the song was moderately fast, and the song ended with a climax. Overall, I enjoyed the concert and I think the musicians did a nice job performing those music pieces.