We do a lot of light classical programming with that, too... obviously... a lot of Tchaikovsky music, Grieg, things like that which have become less classical with classical concerts.
A hundred years ago, concerts were far more come-what-may - people played cards, drank beer and appreciated the music. If we go some way towards restoring that spirit, I'll be happy.
I never went to rock concerts when I was a kid. I didn't see any rock & roll bands. I had posters on my wall. I had Beatles records.
I am just glad that I can take the music to the people who want to hear it. I love my audiences. I am deeply indebted to them for giving me the chance to sing my concerts, make records, and do what I love. Whatever people call it, it is great to have a voice!
If people would like to come to my concerts I'd love them to come. And if they like the music that I make, I love that too. But I do not make music for other people. I make it to please myself.
I would love to do more private concerts.
I probably went to musique concrete concerts - though not the very first ones - at the beginning of the 50s.
I work out, I play sports, I go to concerts.
Which is why, in my lieder concerts, I always strove, when possible, to sing only the works of a single composer, so that the audience could be gradually drawn into a particular creative genius' way of thinking, and could follow him.
I have very eclectic taste in music, but when it comes to going to concerts, I like going to rock concerts.
I like to cook, walk on the beach, go to concerts and look at fine art.
I say what's in my heart, and I do it in my concerts.
I was always in plays at school and in school concerts - you could say I liked to show off.
I love going to concerts, so that whole environment is something that intrigues me anyway.
My mom wanted to be a country singer, too, so country was always being played. And my girlfriends and I used to go to concerts, like Brad Paisley, in middle school and high school.
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