Here's a quick guide to what you can expect from a classical music concert, and everything you need to keep in mind to have a wonderful time! Let go of any expectations you may have about classical music or the concert experience. This is an opportunity to open your mind and to allow yourself to be taken on a journey by the conductor and musicians through the music. We hope you enjoy it. No, don't worry if you do not have a classical music background, the music will speak for itself.
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However, if you would like to know more, there is information about each piece in the program notes are given out before the concert. The ANAM Box Office operates from one hour before the commencement of each show, and is where you can purchase tickets or collect your order. The doors to the performance hall open 30 minutes prior to the start of the concert, so make sure you arrive with plenty of time to secure the best seat.
The hall doors will be closed promptly when the concert commences. Late comers will not be admitted into the hall until a suitable break in the music.
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And the advice to go for the music, not for the interpret. The part with the "Basic Repertoire" was pretty boring and too long. Not the list in itself, which was good, but the rest o Fun to read and somehow instructive. Not the list in itself, which was good, but the rest of it. Somehow I don't care about the libretto in an opera, I want only to listen the music, so I consider all that part useless. Oct 12, Roland rated it really liked it. This was a surprising read. The copy I got from the library is from so it's a bit old in parts especially when talking about the current state of music and buying records , but it's a fantastic intro for people interested in diving into the world of concert music and opera.
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