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  1. Introduction
  2. Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony
  3. The string concerto
  4. Conclusion

For my concert report, I ventured to Benaroya Hall to see the Seattle Symphony's performance of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. This performance featured two additional performances before the ?main event.? First, two parts (Overture and Royal Hunt and Tempest) from Hector Berlioz's opera The Trojans were performed, followed by a concerto for bass viol composed by John Harbison and performed by double bass player Jordan Anderson along with the orchestra. The performance also featured a guest conductor, Lawrence Renes, who is apparently quite prominent and had a documentary film made about him.

[...] A report on classical concert For my concert report, I ventured to Benaroya Hall to see the Seattle Symphony's performance of Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. This performance featured two additional performances before the ?main event.? First, two parts (Overture and Royal Hunt and Tempest) from Hector Berlioz's opera The Trojans were performed, followed by a concerto for bass viol composed by John Harbison and performed by double bass player Jordan Anderson along with the orchestra. The performance also featured a guest conductor, Lawrence Renes, who is apparently quite prominent and had a documentary film made about him. [...]


[...] As the movement progressed, all of the instruments were played and the music took on a great rhythm that I felt able, as a listener, to along with. There were many exciting dynamic and rhythmic changes, but the movement ended with a return to the low tones featured in the beginning. The second movement featured a prominent horn solo in its beginning, followed by a part with a ?floating? sound being contrasted with a highly dramatic one. Some of the troubled sounding melodies from the first movement, which I believe were part of the returned in this movement. [...]

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