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Prior to taking the course and attending the concert I did not have any substantial interactions with classical music At certain moments in my life Ive heard music playing on the radio or TV but obviously hearing and listening are two different things Once or twice I liked what I heard but did not really hear the music with the sort of enjoyment that comes only when you are perceptively listening to it The real appreciation of classical compositions emerged through this class In the beginning I paid attention only because I had to understand what Professor Cox was talking about yet later I began listening just because I liked what I heard An opportunity to really appreciate classical music came from a project to attend a concert or a performance Since we were free to pick anything that pleased our ears I had many options and puzzling dilemmas Should I pick an opera a quartet or better yet a ballet performance The amount of choices was enormous but I made my choice anyway The winner was the concert in Prospect Park performed by Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra which was sponsored by Celebrate Brooklyn The performance took place on July 27th at 730 pm The orchestra itself was located in the Band Shell I convinced a couple of my friends to attend the concert and enjoy with me the music that was played that night The ride there was full of excitement and expectations I took Professors advise and talked them into going there three hours earlier Of course by the time we found our way to the Band Shell getting lost couple of times and walking in the opposite directions for a whole hour we got there almost on time twenty minutes before the start To my biggest surprise the entrance was 300 even though it clearly stated the concert is free It was not the amount of money that might have caused me
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