Essay Music Concert Report

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Billy Hong
1st Concert Report
Prof. Schonbrun
F1
MU110

The chamber music concert was held in Manhattan School of Music at 5:00 pm Friday, April 15. The concert was conducted by many instruments with various types of music. The atmosphere was fairly intense as the concert hall was approximately the size of an average home living room with about 35 people in the audience. The camber concert was divided into two major parts with an intermission of 15 minutes in between the parts. As for this concert report I would like to focus on primarily the music pieces I’ve liked and the experience I have had.
The first part of the concert was diverse and colorful as the beginning two pieces were featured by both violin and cello. These two
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The distance from the performer and the audience was so close, allowing you to speculate every single emotion being produce throughout the concert. The room itself had a very tall ceiling which made this unique echo that amplified the instruments sound. The audience seemed very profession as total silence was the only response they had until the end of the piece .The concert overall was a great experience and I look forward to attending another chamber music concert soon.

Billy Hong
Prof. Schonbrun
F1
MU110

2nd Concert Report

The concert took place at Manhattan School of Music, which is located in the performing arts recital hall on Monday, May 1, 2011. The stage setting was neat, demonstrative, and very well organized as I first entered the entrance. I could feel electrify with many extreme bright lights hanged on the top, which made me felt more exciting. There were many types of people coming in this concert including teenager and elderly. This concert was conducted by Dr. Nicholas Muni from MSM Symphonic Band with one of the talented musicians from PCSl High School, Ms. Jai Sun Song. The Manhattan School of Music Band performed a total of fives pieces such as the “Drayton Hall Esprit” by Francis McBeth, “Sea Songs” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, “With Quiet Courage” by Larry Daehn, “Noisy Wheels of Joy” by Eric Whitacre, “National Emblem” by E.E.

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