David Hallman April 29, 2013 Jazz Concert Review The jazz concert held on the night of April 24, featured nine very good tunes, most of which were very lively and involved. Each song had a different group of musicians and many members of the large band included students. The venue of the concert was significantly different and was held at the Roost instead of the Bandersnatch. In addition, the venue was rather bizarre and there was a loss of connection between the band and the people watching. The stage was set relatively far away from the audience and the overall atmosphere was very strange compared to what I am used to. Despite the bizarre atmosphere, all of the musicians were very lively and upbeat and produced wonderful music together. A majority of the songs were very lively and upbeat and included some riffs. One of the songs was very slow and included beautiful singing accompanied with a very soft and gentle rhythm section. All in all, despite the abnormal setting, the concert itself was very unique and enjoyable between all the lively songs being played by many very lively musicians that included regular band members, faculty from the school and other very talented students.
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