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Concert Report The name of this concert was Master Works III It was held in the Sangamon Auditorium The concert started a little after 800 pm because I think they got started a little late The length of the performance lasted about two and one half hours The musical medium was a symphony orchaestra There was also a piano solo I am not for sure if it was an exact solo It was intertwined with the orchaestra but the guy played for several minutes by himself The setting was very dark The stage was all lit up There were three seats empty on the stage Possibly from orchaestra members that were unable to attend I was on the very top row If I hadnt been in the Sangamon Auditorium before I would have thought that the seats that I had gotten were bad but truthfully there isnt a bad seat in the place The reason I decided to attend this performance was the fear of getting a bad grade I more or less had to attend this performance I didnt want to get a bad grade in my music class so therefor I attended this concert The few things that I liked best about the performance were the following The pianist was truly amazing For one he played the piano amazingly I couldnt even fathom being that good On top of that he played with out any form of sheet music infront of him I couldnt believe it He played for several minutes the most complicated music I have heard on a piano An other thing I liked best about the concert was how talented all of the musicians were There ability to play with everyone else and get there individual sound to blend in to one I was also amazed at the conductor Before I had attended music class I didnt realize the importance of the conductor The conductor had to keep
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