The students were assisted by a team of logistics and stage production who ensured everything went on smoothly, be it rotating the props or handling the mics and contributed towards the success of the musical. To bring alive the sounds of Baltimore and turn our stage into real Broadway were professional musicians Mrs Rebecca Colaco on the Piano, Mr Akshay Nagmule on the drums, Mr Chinglang Roman on bass guitar and Captain Ravi on saxophone. They were accompanied by our very own talented students – Kiara Quadros and Diya Pais on the keyboard. The stage was transformed into Baltimore with exquisite props were specially made by Mr Umar Makthiyar with lavish rotatable
When Edna hears Mademoiselle Reisz play it sparks something in Edna that inspires her. The act of hearing the expressive art form of music awoke her love for visual art (Chp9&21). Mademoiselle Reisz uses this form of art to express and please herself and no one else. This gives Edna a reason and excuse to not conform and try to be her real true self. There now is someone in her life that is known for her beautiful piano playing.
With beautiful dancing, costumes, and music by Tchaikovsky, America fell in love with Serenade and it is still admired today as classic American ballet. Balanchine turned his focus back to the European aesthetic classic values and really embodied these in his choreography. He believed that simplicity created beauty and thought that movement was the most important element in any ballet. You can see this simplicity in the staging, costume and scenery in Serenade. He created live geometry with his incredible use of space, and created long lines and beautiful movement that was very light, free and quick.
Musically, Bach was the master at invoking and maintaining different emotions. He also inspired more and more musicians to be involved in their works and thus created more musicians and movies that have helped their lives. Some of Bach’s most famous works were Bradenburg Concerto No. 3, Well-Tempered Clavier, Ave Maria, and Sheep May Safely Graze. As you can see Bach’s life was filled with prosperous music and he had a large influence on musicians which influenced more
Joropo of Venezuela vs. Novena de casa of Brazil It had been suggested that the genuine root of culture has cultivated traditions. For different nationalities traditions are the most popular form of self–expression. When people listen to their own traditional music or dance their cultural dances, show their rituals or share their food with others, they give a voice not only to their souls, hearts and thoughts, but also to their traditions, morals and manners. For Venezuela, one of the most important reproduction of their culture and their traditions is Joropo, which is a folkloric and popular genre with many regional variants that is performed at rural dance occasions where friends and relatives come
Music has always been a part of my life. In definition, it is “vocal or instrumental sounds combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion.” Ever since I was a young child, I have loved music. The strong, steady beats, the entrancing melodies, and the lyrics that vary between heartwarming and heart-wrenching have always had an unexplainable effect on my life. Music seems to have the ability to change certain aspects of my world. Even with my moods, whether it is sad or mad, music will help me get through it.
Sean Driscoll is the performer of the Two Elizabethan Lute Pieces. He is an extraordinary artist that makes me feel like I know every word for each note he is playing. The second piece is “The Most Sacred Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard,” is a light and stately piece that makes
When he was fifteen, he gained a spot in the choir at St. Michael's School in Lüneburg. At the age of eighteen, in 1703 he started his professional musical career by playing the organ and violin in the Weimar and Arnstadt ruling courts ("J. S. Bach: Baroque Composer."). In 1707, he married his first wife and cousin, Maria Barbara (Sherrane, Robert.). Maria had seven children with Bach, four of whom survived. She died thirteen years after they were married of unknown causes ("J. S. Bach: Baroque Composer.").
Throughout my school career, I have been in various bands, vocal ensembles, and vocal classes. My favorite ensemble by far, is marching band. Marching band was one of the biggest experiences of my life because I was given the opportunity to travel and play music in a way that I had never done before. Marching band gave me a leadership experience I will never forget. As section leader of the alto saxophones, it was not easy to teach six underclassmen how to march and memorize music, along with keeping all fifteen members of my section in order.
Nina Simone (born Eunice Waymon) was a legendary performer during the 1950s and 1960s. She was also a key figure in the Civil Rights movement during this era and worked very closely with Dr. Martin Luther King, Malcom X and Lorraine Hansberry which will be discussed in this essay. Simone had a unique method of communicating with people regardless of race or gender which was through her music. This essay will first briefly outline her childhood, Simone’s relationship with her parents and introduction to music. She began playing at the age of three years old and developed her skills playing the organ at sermons that her mother was leading as she was the local minister.