Orchestral Music Survey

The purpose of this survey is to test for underlying patterns with those who enjoy classical music/go to orchestral concerts and those who don't. In addition, there are several questions regarding how performances could be different (ranging from etiquette to repertoire), which could theoretically be used to make programming decisions.

Thanks in advance for filling this out.

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    Vivaldi
    Mozart
    J.S. Bach
    Beethoven
    Mahler
    Tchaikovsky
    Brahms
    Stravinsky
    Rachmaninov
    Shostakovich
    Gershwin
    Leonard Bernstein
    Phillip Glass
    John Williams
    Steve Reich
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    Video game music is going to be played
    Orchestral versions of popular music will be played
    Eating and drinking are allowed
    Formal wear is not required
    Music is mostly shorter, more exciting pieces
    You knew friends who were also going
    Non-popular music from the 21st century is going to be played
    The percussion section is featured more
    Advertising for the concert targets a younger audience
    The "mood" of the concert was advertised beforehand (e.g. "exciting" pieces or "dark" pieces)
    Pre-concert lectures talking about the music to be played.
    It was a wind ensemble/band performance (mostly wind & percussion instruments)
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