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List of classical music concerts with an unruly audience response

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

There have been many notable instances of unruly behaviour at classical music concerts, often at the premiere of a new work or production.

19th century

20th century

21st century

  • 2006 (December 10, Milan): Giuseppe Verdi, Aida. When tenor Roberto Alagna's opening aria "Celeste Aida" was booed by the loggionisti in the opera house's less expensive seats, he walked off stage while the music was still playing. Understudy Antonello Palombi, in a black dress shirt and slacks, came on a few seconds later to replace him. Alagna did not return to the production.[34]
  • 2016 (February 29, Cologne): Steve Reich, Piano Phase. During a performance of the piece by Iranian harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani in the Kölner Philharmonie, parts of the crowd clapped, whistled, and walked out. Esfahani, as he introduced the piece in English, had been ordered by a heckler to speak in German. Loud arguments between numerous members of the crowd persisted for several minutes; Esfahani stopped his performance and started playing a concerto by C. P. E. Bach instead. He attributed the 'pandemonium' to the choice of a modern composition, while the German media inferred a xenophobic motive.[35]

See also

References

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    Andrew Porter, "Henze: The Raft of the Frigate 'Medusa' – Oratorio" [record review of DGG 139428-9], Gramophone 47, no. 563 (April 1970): 1625;
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  30. ^ Schonberg, Harold. "Music: A Concert Fuss: Piece by Reich Draws a Vocal Reaction" The New York Times, January 20, 1973.
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  32. ^ "Steve Reich: the composer with his finger on the pulse" by David Shariatmadari, The Guardian, 26 October 2016
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  35. ^ Lizzie Dearden (2016-03-03). "Iranian musician forced to stop Cologne concert after audience members jeer and shout 'speak German'". The Independent. Retrieved 2018-10-28.
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