HESTEC Concert Popular concerts attract all sorts of audiences from the youngest to the oldest. One of the popular concerts that I was able to attend and that I really enjoyed this year was the Hispanic Engineering, Science, and Technology (HESTEC) Community Event. This event was on Saturday, September 5, and it was opened to the public. The HESTEC event is a yearly event the University of Texas Pan American prepares in other to motivate and so that all the children, teen, and adults can explore and get more information of any career that may interest them. Besides this goal, the UTPA also invites some Tejano singer to perform on that day.
Both musical performers incorporated unique musical elements such as melody, harmony rhythm to mention a few. Lowell Lieberman performance was very captivating through his exhibition of passion throughout his musical circles. Throughout his musical performance, Liebermann makes imaginative use of rich and varied harmonic rhythm. His performance shows a classical theme from the beginning to the end. The mood in Lieberman music made the entire room gloomy whiles the melodic lines made the room flowing, the rich harmonies in his music made the room surprisingly striking.
Concert Report 1 Jon McCugh April 6, 2011 On April 5, 2011, Shelton State Community College hosted a student musicale called Terrific Tuesday. It was very successful and showed the talent of the music dept. at Shelton State. The performers kept your attention the entire time and every song was beautiful. There was a variety of different performances and it showed that the students were well rounded.
Overall I thought the performance was great. I really enjoyed how much time they put into each part of the performance. You really could see how much time and effort they put into the songs and constructing it to make a great concert. I will come back again and see them next
After intermission, the students from the Magnet School played eleven short songs under the direction of their instructors Rebecca Markowski and Jennifer Hutchison, along with the accompaniment of the Delta Orchestra musicians. The performances were very enjoyable to me. The Delta Symphony opened with “Olympic Fanfare and Theme” by John Williams. I enjoyed this song because it was recognizable to me and I was surprised by this because I had not thought that I would recognize any songs at this concert. This song was very loud and powerful.
As I said earlier most of the pieces that were performed are patriotic, and as we all know music in our century is very developed, and especially with technology every sound of the professional music is almost close to perfection, the Boston pops 4th of July to me fall into the contemporary historical period of music. I did enjoy the concert because it was fun and I have learn a lot; it was a very good experience if was still living in Boston I would go again next year.
Mr. Walsh had a great tone in his solos. This piece allows individuals to be in the spot light. The harpsichord and the bassoon are played throughout this piece of music. They both do a great job of complementing the sound of the chorus and soloist. Overall this song was amazing.
Soul could be defined as a lot of different things. To me "Soul Music" is like high beat form of Gospel music that will have everyone dancing and singing along. It's like a fun way to tell people how you feel and who you are. I also believe that it is a combination of all different type of music like, Blues, gospel, and R&B. I love "Soul Music" because there is never a time when I can just sit there and listen to it. I always want to dance and it changes my mood instantly.
She sincerely cares for each of her students, and Mrs. Perkins listens to any concerns they might have. She has always done more than required. Mrs. Perkins is also ahead of stage crew, a helper with the school’s musical, and she assists in many assemblies at our school. Ultimately, Mrs. Perkins is an excellent, considerate, and hardworking educator. Mrs. Perkins is a phenomenal band director who introduces her students to the beauty of music.
If the goal was to win over the crowd then it passed because they performed crowd pleasers, was synchronized for the most part, and gave the crowd something to remember. You can never go wrong with performing old school jams during halftime at a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). Tennessee State University’s Aristocrat of Bands is known for their song choices and unique formation. Senior Day held up to that title. Performing “Never Can Say Goodbye” by Jackson 5, while the seniors were being announced was something that was going to be memorable for the seniors well past the end of their performance.