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    A concert experience can vary based on the genre, venue and performers in different settings. Today, individuals have the access to purchase and stream songs or albums instantaneously. This advantage to a library of music is overshadowed and causes most music listeners to avoid going to a concert. Whether it be the location of the concert, traveling, paying fees and adding up to the costly expense of concerts that are not free, most of us are missing out on the entire experience. We would all benefit

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    first concert, I felt amazed by the incomparable experience it is to attend to an actual live concert. I attended a concert at the University of Colorado Boulder called CU Jazz Ensemble II, and I left the concert stage not believing I had never been to a concert before, because it’s truly great to see how much talent the young instrument players have. While I was there, I noticed various things that I thought were interesting and relevant to analyze to anyone who had never attended a concert before

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    QUESTIONS TO ELANA AFRIKA-BREDENKAMP FOR ‘THE LAST WORD’ PAGE IN CAPE UNION MART MAGAZINE – THE INTREPID EXPLORER MAGAZINE SUMMER 2017/2018 What are the top destinations you would still love to travel to? I still want to do a “music concert experience” holiday, where my amazing hubby and I only attend music festivals. Also, we are going to New York for my 40th and my mother-in-law and I are travelling to Philadelphia next year. I would love to go to Amsterdam! Our family is also visiting Madeira

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    For my live concert report, I have chosen to write on the first live concert I had ever attend. Mozart K. 339 performed by the orchestra and choir of the Emmanuel music group on October 26, 2014 was my very first concert. I really enjoyed this concert and still remember it to today. Unfortunately, I had to write on this concert that happened 3 years ago because of my duties as a serve member of the army national guard. 2017 was a year of surprises and difficulties for everyone around the world. I

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    September, I attended the concert Windfire: Flute and Percussion Spectacular at Rammelkamp Chapel. Paula & John Kasica performed on the flute and percussion with Nancy Shaaf accompanying on the piano. This was my first time attending a live classical music concert. I didn’t know what to expect. My limited experiences with classical music were listening while I studied or using it to fall asleep at night. Honestly, I worried that I might fall asleep during the concert. As it turns out, I had no

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    attended the choral music concert in UNC Wilmington’s recital hall. The performance consisted of a concert choir and a chamber choir with Joe Hickman as the conductor. The concert, which was entirely performed by students, had a number of instruments, like the viola, trumpet, and timpani, playing during the concert choir. I had been to very few choral music concerts in the past, so this experience expanded of my understanding of music in a new and exciting way. Throughout the concert, five pieces were

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    and uneasy. This is how I felt the night my friends introduced a new idea to go to a metal concert for the first time. This was no Bruce Springsteen or Billy Joel concert; it was a new entity that was explicitly more fierce and threatening that I have ever imagined. Metal concerts are dangerous and unappealing places where people fight, get hurt, and are reckless with their behavior; attending these concerts have demonstrated how revoking the people and venue can be, and have changed my views on them

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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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    new performing group, the PHAZE Ensemble, will be making their concert debut on July 5th at 7pm at the Frederick Loewe Performance Hall, which is housed in the Watchorn Hall building, home to the School of Music, on the University of Redlands campus. With free admission to the concert, the event is being billed as welcoming of all, from seasoned concert goers to those whom for this maybe the first concert experience. This inaugural concert is called "Caged Birdsong: An Evening of New Music" and is themed

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    On May 13, 2016, the Vocal Jazz Ensembles at Sacramento State University had their one of the last concerts before the semester ended, which was directed by our professor Gaw Vang Williams. This concert was performed by four groups and different solo, which was completely different experience from the first two concerts that I attended at Sac State. In this Vocal Jazz concert, there was packed and a lot of audiences who were friends, family and students come to support and enjoy before this semester

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