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==== ==== They were founded at the University of Southern California (USC) Thornton School of Music by violinists Benjamin Jacobson and Andrew Bulbrook, violist Jonathan Moerschel, and cellist Eric Byers. Following their undergraduate education, the members of the Calder Quartet attended The Colburn School Conservatory of Music’s graduate quartet-in-residence program, continuing its work under the tutelage of cellist Ronald Leonard. http://www.greateststringquartets.com ==== ====

Classical music is known as a kind of music with a high taste and complex techniques but also sweet and beautiful at the same time. From the Invention that Bach brought in the age of Baroque to the famous romantic Clair de Lune by Debussy in the age of Impressionism, classical music has brought so many inspirations to the musicians all around the world of all times. Though we know that this is the music which began the history that forms many kinds and genres of music in this present time, it is a shame that not everyone could simply experience the emotion of the strain. Coming to watch instantly a classical music concert is a major step to be able to actually feel the inspiration of the music. It is important to remember that there are some details that must be considered in order to really experience the classical music as you watch the concert. Wear formal clothing. It is important to dress properly to a classical music concert. As an example, the ladies could wear nice evening dress and the gentlemen would look good in suit. It is not about being luxurious or exclusive, but it is about showing your appreciation and giving some respects to the music that you do earnestly want to be part of. Switch off your cell phone or any other communication device.You do not want to hear your disco ring-tone of your cell phone breaking the silent atmosphere as the audiences enjoy the show, and receiving a phone call or texting while the show is running is very inappropriate especially to the people seated close to you. It will also show no respect from you to the performer and the music. Do not bring any kind of recording devices and use it while the show is running. Generally, when the concert is started, the lighting will diminish. So if you try to capture moments, your camera will need flash or extra light to get a good picture. Not to mention there will be a click sound as you push the shutter button of your camera and disturb the people near you. These light and sound interferences not only will disrupt both the performers and the audiences, it will also get you unfocused to enjoy the music since you are so busy trying to steal the moments. Foods and beverages are not allowed to be brought in to the concert hall. You are watching classical music concert, not a scary movie premiere. So if you feel like eating or drinking, do it before you leave home to the concert. Do not give applause before the music really ends. Some classical pieces are divided into parts. But you should not give applause yet between the breaks of each part. Wait until the song really finished, then you can give your big hands as many as you want. Sometimes there will be a


person whose job is to begin the first clap to be followed by the audiences as the performance ends. Study the set-list of songs that will be played before you go to the concert. It would be better if you already know the song before you really experience it live. You need to study the set-list and find the songs on CD's or cassettes, so that you can listen to it first and get to know the melody before you watch the concert. Though it would be the same song played, you will feel the significant difference of experience between the music you heard from the tape and the one that you feel all around you instantly. Close your eyes while listening to the music. Sometimes music is not created to be enjoyed visually, but more to be perceived right into your heart and soul. Close your eyes and let the music brings you to the place beyond your imagination in some time in 18th century when Mozart and Clementi were playing the Sonata before the Emperor or any other depiction that you created in your head as an interpretation to the music.

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==== ==== They were founded at the University of Southern California (USC) Thornton School of Music by violinists Benjamin Jacobson and Andrew Bulbrook, violist Jonathan Moerschel, and cellist Eric Byers. Following their undergraduate education, the members of the Calder Quartet attended The Colburn School Conservatory of Music’s graduate quartet-in-residence program, continuing its work under the tutelage of cellist Ronald Leonard. http://www.greateststringquartets.com ==== ====


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