GUIDELINES FOR YOUR REVIEW:
MUST BE 800 WORDS
Give the context (background and general information) for the performance. The most important part of your review should consist of your thoughts and impressions of the entire experience. Explain why you did or did not enjoy the performance. Do not simply write “I liked the performance because the music was pretty.” Instead, explain why you enjoyed performances or did not. Be specific–use composer’s names and specific information. For example:
Also, your review will include, but not be limited to the following points:
A brief historical description of the pieces/composer performed. Mention each piece performed in the concert. Give your response or impression of the piece. Use musical terms learned in this course in your review.
OPTIONAL items that you may include in your concert critique may include:
Review the Concert Etiquette … attachment before attending the live performance.
Review the Concert Critique Example … attachment before writing your critique.
below is attachments
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