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Concert of Dinu Ghezzo - Book Report/Review Example

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The name of the concert is: US & Italy 2012: Two Lands, One Voice. The concert featured composers Ticcado Santoboni, Carlos Delgado, Giorgio Nattoli, Tom Beyer, Giovanni Costantini, Linda Marcel, Chan-Ji Kim, Eric Klein and Caroline H. Newman. Performers included Wendy Luck, Linda Marcel, Guido Arbonelli and Peter Jervis…

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Concert of Dinu Ghezzo

In the show, the concert set the list, the creativeness, and the doldrums of all composers varied. All these features, in the concert, came jointly to produce a distinctive experience for the fans. The instruments that were used in this concert included violin, flute, harp and electronic sounds, clarinet and digital delay, flute, contrabass string ensemble. The contrabass was for the symphony orchestra.
I enjoyed the first performance that was Rag Bageshree-Night Reflection. The performance was beyond any reason of doubt eclectic. The collaboration between Dinu Ghezzo and her daughter Christine Ghezzo was absolutely awesome. Christine Ghezzo is a world music singer who has been performing globally for over 20 years. She is specialized in Eastern European traditional music. This symphony orchestra went far beyond the disappointment repertoire, and reached a mass audience in ways few have ever imitated. Much of that was due to the performers and composers brilliance. This orchestra did a so very important outreach. Christine Ghezzo was the most beautiful of all the singers at the concert. She possessed such a beautiful voice and musical expression. For me she was a singer of classic poise and seriousness whose talent and creativity allowed produce a moving musical experience at the concert. Her natural humanity of the voice and something of the traits gave it, all momentarily, to the world. ...
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