This week, I will talk about the monthly concerts mommy and I go to. Last month, we went to a pretty bland concert that wasn’t as memorable as this one. The December was Christmas themed instead of art themed.
During the day of the concert, I asked if anyone wanted to take my place for the concert. Honestly, I didn’t really want to go. I rather play games or read a book than listen to a concert. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a replacement and had to go. When we got to the concert hall we couldn’t get to our seats. Mommy and I left early for the pre-show like we did for the last concert. However this time, there wasn’t a pre-show and we spent 30 minutes waiting for the show to start. Fortunately, while we were waiting, there was an a cappella group to entertain us.
When we were finally allowed in, I immediately fell asleep. The first act was a song that had multiple parts and wasn’t that interesting in my opinion. By the time intermission rolled around, I had a sore neck, and because of that, I stayed awake for the rest of the concert. Fortunately for me, the rest of the songs in the second half were way more iconic. They played songs like jingle bells, Santa Claus comes to town, and many other famous Christmas carols. The a cappella group from earlier even joined in and sang a few songs. To end of the concert, they performed one of those stories. I found it very interesting, there would be a storyteller to tell a story. In between lines, the orchestra and a cappella group would perform a song. It was a weird combination that worked.
Overall, I found this concert to be more enjoyable than the last one. If I had to rank all the concerts from best to worst, this one would be in first place. If I could change one thing, it would be staying awake for the first part. I was honestly was really tired when we got to the concert hall and couldn’t stay awake. In the end, this was probably the best and festive concert so far.