Music Concert Review Essay

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The orchestra was centered on the stage with warm lights on. The conductor’s stand was centered in the middle with violins and cellos surrounding him. The atmosphere was tense as opposed to relaxing because everyone seems to be listening very intensively to catch all the tunes and notes. As I sat there, I felt overwhelmed by the number of people, the bright lights on stage and the music, which was not immediately communicating with me. However, the longer I sat there, the uneasiness of being in a tense environment goes away and I was able to get a better picture of the music. The music can mean a lot things or remind people of different things but, what the music reminded me of what it feels like to be a human being. I was having an extremely stressful and depressing week and for the longest time, I could not feel anything but sadness but the music reminded me what it is like to feel love, innocence and how there are other wonders I have not explored in the world. In other words, the music is like a journey through life …show more content…
When we think of something as antique, it usually means there is no way we can understand it much like Shakespeare’s plays even when they are in English and just arranged differently. Classical music is the same, it is still music, just arranged differently. People should give the Warsaw Philharmonic performance a try because it is always good to give things a try because unexpected results may occur. I expected myself to walk into that performance, take notes and practically leave empty-handed but as it turns out I got more than what I expected. It may not be the same from everyone but from this performance by the Warsaw Philharmonic I learned to not be so harsh on myself and see beyond my struggles. Therefore, if anyone is in need of something musical to lift their spirits, I would recommend this performance by the Warsaw

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