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  • Concert Reflection Essay

    Last week I had the privilege of witnessing an hour performance of “Cello Suites: Bach and Britten” at hosted by the Canadian Opera Company at the Richard Bradshaw Amphitehere at the Four Seasons Centre for Performing Arts. The performance consisted of Joesph Johnson, the principle cellist of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The program that afternoon, Johnson produced intense sounds for an hour by performing two pieces cello solo works of inspired from the Baroque period and the 20th century.…

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  • Bowling Basin Rejuvenation Programme Analysis

    Proposal for Scottish about rejuvenation programme for Bowling Basin I would like to propose a site-specific performance piece as part of the Bowling Basin rejuvenation programme. The performance would aim to attract the local community, passers by as well as anyone interested in the history of the harbour. The Bowling Harbour was first opened in 1851. It was a pioneer within the UK shipbuilding industry and provided the country with a large quantity of quality ships, before and during the war…

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  • Expectations In Christopher Anthony's Song Of Shibutanis

    with disabilities in modern times must disregard all expectations to truly accomplish their potentials. “The way that the child or young person thinks about his or her capabilities and talents is itself a key element in determining the level of performance that he or she will…

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  • Lucy Mccormick: Play Analysis

    Lucy McCormick, of ‘GET IN THE BACK OF THE VAN’ (GITBOTV), influenced my practice through her solo workshop and subsequent conversations because I found her style and attitude towards creative work particularly stimulating and we share an enthusiasm for pushing theatrical boundaries. Her approach demonstrates that, “the question of boundaries and extremes is always in the room” (McCormick, 2014). In our workshop on ‘The Importance of Being Ernest’ Lucy got one of my classmates, Laura, to chew…

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  • Sunday In The Park George

    production. The two’s performances complemented each other exceptionally well and…

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  • Classical Music Concert Report

    instrument a very like absolute music. Coming back to performance of House Band who was using special electric musical effects, such as distortion, phases, etc. In case of listening the pop or R&B music the audience can show their emotions by dancing, screaming or singing the song aloud with the singer. During the classical music concert the listeners keep their emotions and feeling inside and show those only after ending of the performance by applauding to the musicians. There is another…

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  • The Joys Of Practicing

    the best feelings I can describe. Then, when the piece is over, and the audience applauds, knowing that I had an outstanding performance makes all the long hours of practice worth it. The audience does not consider how much practice I (or anyone else) put in, the hardships any musician has to overcome in order to prepare a piece of music, they only experience the performance, the final product. So in a way, musicians are performing solely for the audience, so it is a musician’s job to impress…

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  • Jazz Concert At The Club Heritage Faculty Showcase

    For my jazz performance event, I had the opportunity to attend the Club Heritage Faculty Showcase. This showcase was a part of the jazz series. The group that performed was called Jeremy Long Quartet. At the concert, Jeremy Long Quartet preformed some Jazz classics as well as some original songs. The concert showcase was on Tuesday, October 2016 at 7:30pm Shriver Center, Heritage Room. There were several performers that participated in the showcase. One of the performers, Jeremy Long,…

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  • Theme Of Duality In A Doll House

    In the second act of A Doll’s House, Nora does everything in her power to distract Torvald so that he does not read his mail. Krogstad has sent Torvald a letter in which he has detailed Nora’s debts and recent actions. When Nora’s pleas for Krogstad to spare her fall short, she realizes that she must resort to other means. During the play, Nora eventually asks her friend, Kristine, to help her since she and Krogstad used to know one another. However, this plan will also fail to achieve the…

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  • Makishi Masquerade Analysis

    The Makishi Masquerade is an example of performance because it is an event that re-arranges restored behaviors of a ritual used to initiate boys between the ages 8-12. It is popular entertainment because it shows part of the Vaka Chiyama Cha Mukwamayi culture. It appeals to an audience because it provides visual and audio images of costumes, dance routines, and music these individuals use in this initiation The accessibility of this performance is youtube videos, documentaries, and/or books…

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