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    First time listening to Schoenberg in like a year. Ashamed.
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    I'm playing this in my orchestra! Whoopee!!
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    oldie but goldie


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDgo8DnDpDM


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keT3Gnypbt4
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    Does anyone else really want to see things sometimes but feels awkward as they don't want to look sad going alone but their friends or peers like other things?
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    I just love Chopin and Balkariev
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Does anyone else really want to see things sometimes but feels awkward as they don't want to look sad going alone but their friends or peers like other things?
    I don't feel sad going to a concert or show by myself and sometimes make friends with someone who is also there as the shared experience makes it very easy to strike up a conversation.
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    I have managed to book a box for The Messiah in Liverpool in January, for £12 for 4 seats because of me and my orchestra friend's young musician's card!
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    I ALWAYS have a classical music concert in my diary to go see. It gives me something to look forward to! I've never been alone but then again, every time I've been to one I've ended up having a conversation with a stranger! (Usually elderly people)

    I wouldn't be ashamed going alone!


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    Love Piazzola
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    Es muy interesante.
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    hee hee hee
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    If only I could play the cello... :rolleyes: :love:


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    Just a random one I listen to at this moment. Stauss Senior and The Radetzky March.

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    So, what's happening here at the mo? Personally, I perform opera and classical singing and aim to audition for music college in a few years. Can't waaait!


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    (Original post by NaomiRC)
    So, what's happening here at the mo? Personally, I perform opera and classical singing and aim to audition for music college in a few years. Can't waaait!


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    Any videos of you?
    Who is your idol?
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    No videos yet. Only been in a few filmed concerts when I was younger (didn't have a solo) and the Gilbert and Sullivan's I've been in so far I haven't had a big role. Although I do have a bigger one in this year's Mikado

    Sarah Connolly is amazing, also useful that it's turning out she's sung a lot of my repertoire! Diana Damrau has performed the most amazing 'Queen of the Night' aria (in my opinion, from what I've heard). Patricia Bardon has a wonderful voice as well...the list goes on!

    How about you?


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    (Original post by NaomiRC)

    How about you?


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    I am not singer or something, just listen to great voices.
    But I prefer classics such as Callas, Schwarzkopf, Caballe, Sutherland (female).
    So I was just curious and wanted know how a newcomer is doing.
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    ^ How unusual that Nilsson isn't in your lists!

 
 
 
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