The Los Angeles Philharmonic Classical Music Concert Report
I attended the Los Angeles Philharmonic classical music concert at the Walt Disney Concert Hall on Friday 29 November 2013. The classical concert started at 8:00pm to the enjoyment of the huge audience that had been waiting for this amazing music extravaganza. Classical music concerts always offer magnificent entertainment and the audience in this concert was expectant to derive such entertainment or more. In attendance were Christian Zacharias who was the conductor and Martin Chalifour who was the LA Phil commanding Principal Concertmaster and Bach violin player. In readiness for the concert, I enjoyed a special dinner prepared for the audience. More specifically, LA Phil staffer introduced us to the evening classical concert amidst cheers from the audience. It was such a refreshing and joyous feeling to be part of this audience.
The pianist and concert conductor, Christian Zacharias opened the Los Angeles Philharmonic Classical Music concert with a fascinating performance that left the audience in party mood and in happy feelings. The conductor manifested his creativity and perfection in playing neo-classical Danses concertantes to the enjoyment of the audience that kept their clapping and cheers for the longer part of his performance. The rhythm and the matching beats were resoundingly entertaining and seemingly derived the destined message in a light yet refreshing tone. The Concertmaster who played the Bach violin with immense energy and fun derived a sweet feeling as the audience enjoyed every tone, beat, and the rhythmic movement of his body. Indeed, Martin Chalifour left the audience craving for more of artistic expertise despite playing numerous sets of refreshing music.
At some point, the band sought to remember the depressing feelings that Robert Schumann felt during their performance. This led to a sad feeling as the audience identified with the band’s expression of Schumann’s sad encounters. Nevertheless,...