Requirements: Your report must be 2 pages double-spaced. Si…

Your report must be 2 pages double-spaced. Since it is a personal response, you may use personal pronouns. The evaluation should include the following:
What did you like the most about the concert and why (ie: the repertoire that was chosen, quality of the performance, the stage presence or communication of the artist etc.)? Be specific.
If you enjoyed the performance of a particular piece, can you identify the elements of the performance or repertoire that set the piece apart for you?
Did the lyrics or the subject material of the music connect with you in a personal way?
What choices did the performer make that contributed positively to your enjoyment of the music?
Are there specific things that the performer does particularly well that ed you enjoy the music?
Discuss the venue – how did the venue suit the performance (think about the acoustics, seating capabilities, size of the room/building, parking availability, etc.)?
Did anything about the venue detract from your experience? Or increase your appreciation for the event?
Focus on at least one piece in particular and see if you can identify musical elements we have discussed in this class.
Does the piece sound like it is centered in a minor or a major key? A mix of both?
Can you make a guess as to the time signature of the piece? ie. Are the rhythms grouped in 2’s? 4’s? 3’s? Something else?
If there were parts of the performance you did not understand or did not enjoy, comment constructively on these elements. Again, be specific.
Were there specific elements of the music or the performance that made it hard for you to connect with the music? Can you identify what these elements were?
Would you attend a performance by the artists again? Why or why not?

I have the concert recorded and here is the youtube link for the different songs that were played.

There were 3 different performers for the concert and this goes by order in the video:

1)Rigel Varga Rendon – Piano(Prelude and Fugue in B Flat Major, BWV 866 WTC by J.S Bach
2)Krista Jobse – Voice and Ariane Lowrey, piano(Caro mio ben by Giuseppe Giordani)
3) Jessica Benke, Mezzo-soprano and Ariane Lowery, piano(Ah! Quanto E Vero Aria of Venus from II Pomo d’oro” by Marcantonio Cesti)

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