Keith Jarrett concert reviews and tour history
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- reviews: 3
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- rating: 50% (3)
Symphony Center in Chicago, US
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 100% from 1 rating
Salle Pleyel in Paris, France
Fri, 04 Jul 2014 0% from 2 ratings
one of the best: 133%
should've stayed at home: 267%
Keith Jarrett tour history
About Keith Jarrett
Keith Jarrett was born 77 years ago, on Tuesday, 8 May 1945 in Allentown, US.
Based on our research data, it appears, that the first Keith Jarrett concert happened 52 years ago on Sat, 20 Nov 1971 in Pavilhão Dramático de Cascais - Cascais, Portugal and that the last Keith Jarrett concert was 4 years ago on Sun, 12 May 2019 in BAISER SALE - Paris, France.Keith Jarrett is most often considered to be:
Fans' concert reviews
Symphony Center in Chicago, US on Sun, 19 Oct 2014
IT WAS LIKE AN INNER EMOTIONAL RIDE
Salle Pleyel in Paris, France on Fri, 04 Jul 2014
It's amazing that it seemed that only 10% of the audience was really there to listen. You could see that when the audience got up immediately when the lights went on at the end. Many people were there like they were watching tv or something, always making some noises, coughing (which is a nervous reflex of a kind) like they don't know how to be quite. Like Keith said, "to many screens..." relating to mobile phones, tablets and all that junk. People think that the artist is there to please them, to entertain them just like a sort of a clown. And some people wanted protagonism, like the guy who got out of the concert saying bye bye or something. A stupid attitude. Just like the guy who said loudly "Get over it" (about the coughing). These people don't want to listen, they don't know how to listen. I understand Keith's point of view. Those improvisations are unique and people don't care. You could also see how he ended swiftly some improvisations a few seconds after some coughs. Like my piano teacher used to say: The audience is stupid!
Hello, I saw Keith almost each time at Salle Pleyel. The most disappointing point, for me , are the spectators coming without paying their place. And spectators that are spreadinbg their EGO into a such noisy and bright acoustic concert hall.
Salle Pleyel should use absorbers at the rear of the concert hall.