Performing arts

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  • Industry Studies Research Assessment Task

    important role in society. Before musicians could physically record their work, the only way for people to experience music was to see it live, at some type of venue. Whether it be a bandstand or arena, music has been bringing people, musicians and their art together for a long time. That’s a venue’s fundamental purpose. Through technological advances, the music scene has grown and developed rapidly since the mid-20th century. Furthermore the digital revolution has completely changed the way we…

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  • Sidewalk End Reflection

    Additionally, my ability to empathize is a big part of my personality because it, in my eyes, is reflective on my experiences. Empathy and the ability to listen is extremely important to me. Moreover, one of the biggest influence in my life is the arts so it makes perfect sense that creativity is another one of my most prominent personality features. These three features: capricious, empathy, and creativity, all come together to perfectly describe my personality. Over the years, I hope that…

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  • Sydney Opera House Case Study Assignment

    Sydney Opera House Case Study Assignment There are multiple ways that companies acquire customers to buy into their product or service. However, this assignment will be based around enterprise value creation as explained by Payne and Frow (2013, pg. 261) ways that companies add value for their customers and vice versa for their customers to add value to the company and obtaining the most value from a customer experience. An ACURA model will also be explained included, elements, concepts and…

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  • Diaghilev Performance Observation

    A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting the exhibit Diaghilev and the Ballet Russes, 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music at the National Gallery of Art. But this was not my first experience with this exhibit, no for I had the opportunity to perform in honor of this exhibit this past summer where I performed right outside the entrance the to the showcase. I performed the roles of the Faun in Vaslav Nijinsky’s Afternoon of a Faun, and Prince Ivan in The Firebird. The two performances…

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  • Holiday Concert Report Sample

    On December 3, 2016 I attended a Holiday Concert at Temple College’s Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center. This concert was performed by the Temple Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Fairlie. The Temple Symphony Orchestra’s 23rd Holiday Concert featured Grammy award winning tenor, Dann Coakwell, and soprano, Teri Johnson. Temple College’s voice instructor, Teri Johnson, soprano, performs all over the south and east. “Ms. Johnson is a versatile lyric coloratura soprano achieving…

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  • Contemporary Music Performance Analysis

    The customs and arts of performances focused on the church and aristocracy before the economic growth of the middle class in the mid-eighteenth century. Furthermore, the idea of music opening…

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  • Descriptive Essay On The Poem 'All The Lights'

    All The Lights I clench my fist tightly. Twenty-one blinking faces stare me down. I look down at my paper, feeling tears rising from wherever tears come from to the corners of my eyes. I blink them back. “Dormant breathing, constant searching, I am alert…..” I stumble over the last words in my poem, the class courteously claps, and I shuffle to my seat in one sweeping motion. We had been assigned to write a poem on our perception of current events in the world. Writing the poem was fairly…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Performing Arts In Schools

    participate in performing arts programs excel more in all aspects of life. Research shows that arts education improves scholarly success. Many students use the arts as a free way to express themselves who struggle with different types of anxiety or insecurities. Cutting performing arts education will not only hurt the students, but the schools as well. Performing arts education should be equally beneficial to students, schools, and communities as sports are in public schools. Performing arts is…

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  • Donald Francis Tovey's Analysis

    Wallace Berry and Heinrich Schenker. By analyzing practical problems regarding particular pieces, like Beethoven’s Opuses 7 and 109, Maus concludes that “the performer is like an analyst, except that the performer conveys analytical information by performing rather than by talking or writing.” Regarding performers, he claims not only that they are not obviously required to somehow “bring out” a motivic relationship that an analyst may identify, but also that this would be a mistake. He also…

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  • Participation In Theatre

    an aptitude for responsibility, due to being the oldest child of a large family. However, because of my heavy involvement in community theater that sense of responsibility has grown more than it would have if left alone. When working in the performing arts it is imperative to be responsible for yourself in everything. You must be responsible with your time, your efforts and your energy. You are expected and pushed to be on time for your rehearsals and to be responsible in taking…

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