A concert report is one of the review works that involves sharing your personal opinion related to performances that you attended or musical pieces that you heard with other people. Whether you’re attending a classical concerto hall or evaluating musicians playing instruments, such as piano or violin, you judge everything unconsciously.
Writing a quality concert review comes down to paying attention, doing a little research in advance and listening objectively, even if the band doesn't play your favorite genre of music. Facts, fairness and capturing the energy of the show in words set your reviews apart from the rest.
Criteria for Music Review 1. Attend an approved live concert. 2. Take copious notes during performance. 3. Look up information about the composer(s). Use this information in your review. 4. Write a review focusing on who, what, when, where, how did they do, what was your response, and what was especially moving or enjoyable? 5.
CONCERT REVIEW. OUTLINE AND GUIDELINES (Upper right) Your name, date, class and instructor (Centered) Title of Review (should briefly reflect your opinion of the concert) Paragraph 1: WHO, WHERE, WHEN, WHAT- Who performed, what venue, date and time of the performance, what type of music was it? Also, what led you personally to this concert?
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