I think I would be most comfortable in the Jazz performances because you can do whatever you want with the music. If you’re having a bad time, you can just hang around at the bar or whatever, if you feel like dancing, you can jump around and listen to the music. I would just see everyone enjoying themselves and moving around without a regulation. I would probably just listen and just chill with the music just being laid back.
I would be most uncomfortable in the Chamber Music because everyone is close together and it won’t be as comfortable as moving around as I please. It would be in a more professional setting and everyone will be quiet and wear proper clothing as well. It would seem more precise and civilized in my opinion. I would probably sit there and listen without moving awkwardly.
I agree with you I also chose jazz music because of how laid back the setting seems and overall mood. It just seems so much more chill and entertaining than the chamber music.
I like how you mentioned that with jazz music you’re able to “do whatever you want with the music”. I agree with your idea on how people can just hang out in a sense at the bar and enjoy the live performance. These ideas were very similar to mine as well.
I agree with you as well because when it comes to the Chamber music, I know I wouldn’t enjoy it a bit and when I think of a performance, I would chose to be in a setting that I am most comfortable in, not just a place that wouldn’t make me feel interested in any way. Yes! With Jazz music, it doesn’t look like you have restrictions, instead it is a place where I can just enjoy!