We held a salon-style concert in one of the fancy living rooms on the first floor of the dorm, and I have to say, it was such fun! Audience members lounged on couches and comfy chairs, and we decided to wear "opposite fourth grade concert dress"---just for fun (concerts when you're young are almost always black on the bottom, color on top, and we decided to switch it up).
Britta on flute, Emily on clarinet, me on French horn, Sarah on bassoon, and Paul on oboe.
I will say, though, my face was just about gone by the end of it. In orchestra, you have far more rests than you do in a woodwind quintet with just five people playing there.
Our programs was quite a mix, from super modern to Klezmer (none of these below are us, but these are the pieces we played).
Quintet Number 2 - by David Maslanka
Klezmer Dances - arranged by Gene Kavadlo and Adam Lesnick
Roaring Fork - by Eric Ewazen
Libertango - by Astor Piazzolla