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  • Concert Review: Lana Del Rey In Concert

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    Lana Del Rey in Concert For this assignment I have chosen to write a concert review on one of my favorite artist Lana Del Rey. I went to see her in late June in Charlotte at the PNC Music Pavilion. She was on her first headlining American tour called The Endless Summer Tour promoting her album Ultraviolence. I have followed Lana Del Rey for several years now and having the opportunity to see her live was an exhilarating experience. Classified as an alternative artist she offers many sides of her

  • Descriptive Essay On A Music Concert

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    Music Concerts I went to my first classical concert which was performed by Benjamin Pila. Honestly, I did not expect too much on this concert, because I had thought all the classical styles of music is boring. I just wanted to go to the concert to get my credits and go home. However, contrasting with my former thought, I was amazed with the music of artist Pila. That was the reason why I could not wait to attend the second concert, which is perform by the artist from Thailand Ekschai Jearakul. The

  • What Is Jazz Concert Essay

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    was fortunate to be able to attend the Spring Jazz Gala at the High School. Before entering the auditorium or even the school, I had high expectations that this would be like one of the concerts I used to perform in when I was in High School. We called it “Night at the Pops”. One of the highlights of our concert was the informal attire. We got to wear jeans and a different colored t shirt each year. The fun thing about the t-shirt is many people in band and choir designed a new design each year

  • Sensation America: Electric Dance Music Concerts

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    Brooklyn this past November, I was engulfed, mesmerized. Sensation America is one of the many Electric Dance Music concerts emerging around the U.S., in what some call a cult-like revolution. I stepped into the stadium and into confetti, pyrotechnics, lights, makeup, the modern day go-go dancers; an entirely transformed and alternate universe. My primary goal in attending a concert like this was pure interest and curiosity, experiencing and witnessing something that was relatively alien to me. This

  • Marching And Concert Band

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    There has often been a lot of perplexity relating the differences between Marching and Concert Band. The most imperative fact is that they both shift together as one band. Regular high school bands are known as “marching bands” in the months of August, September, and October. Concert season begins right after marching season ends in the middle of November, and lasts until the end of May. Bands are similar and different in many different high schools due to different teaching techniques and methods

  • March 7, 2014 Concert Review/Evaluation

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    would like to express some thoughts on our band’s (concert band) performance. Personally, I felt far more relaxed during this concert, partially because of the fact that there were less people in the audience and also because it was my second concert. Overall, I felt I had good performance, and that it was a lot easier to play this concert, as I was not as nervous as before. I felt that i played reasonably well during the duration of our concert, and I would probably give myself a grade of an B+/A-

  • The Rolling Stones Death Concert

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    front man Mick Jagger, however, it’s remembered as the day the sixties suffered a tragic death. Irrational bikers and terrified fans were not a part of Jagger’s vision when him and his bandmates organized a free concert at California’s Altamont Speedway. Despite incessant warnings that a concert of such a large magnitude was not the best idea, the Stones went ahead with it in light of criticism they’d received regarding their ticket prices being too high. They’d performed for overflow audiences without

  • The History of the Bands of America National Concert Band Festival

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    Since the early twentieth century, the role of music contests and festivals has been integral to the growth and development of school band programs, and parallel to this role has been the discussion of the function of competition in these events. In a study of the first national band tournament Holz (1960) asserted that “[The contest] provided the occasion and the reason for the merging of musical, educational, and commercial efforts in a common cause – the simultaneous democratization and artistic

  • Walt Disney Concert Hall

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    Gehry and the Committee were more conscious of how people could enter the building to give off the impression that the Disney Concert Hall is accessible to everyone and to feel casual. The use of the grand staircase on the Corner of Grand and 1 st bring the visitor into the building, but many find this staircase abrupt and disappointing. However, Gehry chose this experience to undermine the grander expectation of a classical music audience. It was truly all about the experience of the audience

  • Walt Disney Concert Hall

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    desired spaces and the vision of the designer work together to create the experience? The Walt Disney Concert Hall located in Downtown Los Angeles, CA is an example of a worthy public space, this year marking its tenth year being open still reflects and engages Los Angeles like few other buildings. In the beg... ... middle of paper ... ...alonen. Symphony: Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall. New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc. Publishers, 2003. Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy and Frank Gehry. Frank Gehry:

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