It is the countless number of friends and family, the perfect weather, the backyard barbeques, and the brilliant fireworks that light up the night sky. No other holiday makes people feel the same as they do on the Fourth of July. On the Fourth of July, friends and family come together at parties, barbeques, carnivals, and picnics.
I was hesitant to use this experience as it was slightly over a year ago and I fear that I may have forgotten certain important details. I can still remember certain key elements from the concert and the impact it had upon myself.
I have also spoken to another friend that recently attended a Stony Brook University symphony orchestra concert in order to stimulate any dormant and preconscious thoughts I may have had in my head of my own experience.
I do not remember the exact date of the concert however I do remember it was one of the first really cold days of Winter.
My girlfriend had told me about the concert weeks earlier but I had forgotten until she mentioned it that evening. I was strongly against going and suggested she bring a friend instead of myself but none of her friends could attend.
We arrived at the Stony Brook Staller Center extremely uncomfortable in the frigid weather. We were seated in a rather large room and we waited with much anticipation and anxiety, I wanted the music to begin for the sole reason that the sooner it started, the sooner it would end.
The audience was primarily made up of older people over the age of 55 years old. It was not what I would label: The already large hall harbored a packed audience of or so people. The audience was noisy and also seemed to be squirming with anticipation, probably for a varying reason than myself.
The concert began and I was astonished as to how quiet the incredibly large audience became. It was so quite that I could not adjust in my seat without drawing attention to myself nor could I whisper the slightest comment to my girlfriend. The concert was not as I expected.
The orchestra played 2 or 3 pieces. Each piece, however, was incredibly long. The second piece varied from the first piece primarily in one way; the addition of a piano.
This is what I have learned just recently to be called a concerto. The piano was not only an added instrument, it was the focus of the piece.
The pianist performed many solos throughout the long performance that flowed brilliantly from full orchestral accompaniment to just the piano with a few violins in the background.
The sound of the music itself was also something that greatly sticks out in my mind.Music Concert Experience and Description On October 19th I attended the State University Symphony Orchestra, State University Wind Symphony, and State University Choir concert, which was sponsored by the State University School of Music and Dance and was also held at in the Smith Recital Hall.
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