How do you get a girlfriend who enjoys classical music and will go to concerts with you?

How do you get a girlfriend who enjoys classical music and will go to concerts with you?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Join your local music school and take group classes of whatever instrument/subject you're interested in

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is sadly not an option because the only music school in my city only takes children and teenagers. Are there any other ways?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >and will go to concerts with you?
        Just buy the tickets and tell her you're seeing a show this weekend, and if you want her to enjoy herself, buy dinner out too. Women enjoy being treated and having a night out as much as anyone else.

        >How do you get a girlfriend who enjoys classical music?
        You buy where you shop. If

        Join your local music school and take group classes of whatever instrument/subject you're interested in

        and

        If in college, hang around the music department.
        If not, go to concerts yourself and chat with people in intermission.

        isn't an option (both are good), look for a local piano conservatory and get classically trained. They all take adults (your money's green), they all do recitals, usually two (one for kids, one for adults) and every single person present is going to be a classical music nerd. Shoot your shot afterwards and get her number, or if it's an evening show, go or invite everyone to the bar afterwards to lube some conversation.

        Classical music is weird. Whenever a girl asks me what music I listen to I get a disgusted reaction.

        You're supposed to give her a tasteful variety of your tastes, you can still say classical but you're supposed to tell her a few different ones, it sounds something like
        >The recent Taylor Swift album was pretty good, I love everything [METAL band] puts out, and I've got Schubert on loop while I'm at work.
        You get more information doing the above too because if she starts talking in depth about metal or classical in response, rather than talking about Swift, you INSTANTLY KNOW she's built different.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If in college, hang around the music department.
    If not, go to concerts yourself and chat with people in intermission.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How do I get a white trash gf who loves rap

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Any gf you get will eventually adopt your music tastes.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Even classical music? It's not easy to get into and only a tiny amount of the population are into it anyway.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I got my gf into it by playing piano in front of her and ranting about the composers. People get their girlfriends into much weirder shit than classical music.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Classical music is weird. Whenever a girl asks me what music I listen to I get a disgusted reaction.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If you're attractive/confident enough they won't care.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You see, that’s the thing. Classical and popular music are two distinct things. When someone asks you what kind of music you like, they ask about popular music. If you answer classical it’s just weird, even if they like it themselves. Even classical musicians think like that and will think you are weird if you only like classical.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Personally, I am a virgin who has never given a single kiss in his life, but my opinion here is that one thing is a girl to go to concerts with and another is that she likes classical music itself.
            In practice, going to a classical music concert is an experience in itself, something that almost no one is used to.
            Dress for the occasion, go to the place (which I assume is architecturally beautiful or novel), take a seat and enjoy every detail that probably feels so strange and at the same time familiar, after seeing it so many times in movies or cartoons but never believing that you would experience it.
            More people than you think would be willing to go to a concert if someone invited them.

            With that clear, you must differentiate that from someone who shares the hobby with you.
            You can't take someone to a concert and expect them to have the exact same expectation and reaction as you, each of you will enjoy it in their own way and that's okay.
            This applies to all hobbies.
            I love arcades and would love to go to Japan or the USA to see some, and I know there are thousands of women who would like the idea even if they don't know shit about anything, and that's fine.

            Anyway, I think your target doesn't have to be "a girl who is specifically into the world of classical music or goes to concerts", but rather one who likes "trad" or "classical" aesthetics, or at least "Fancy"/"elegant" things.
            Girls who like classic architecture, lovers of traditionally feminine activities (dressmaking, cooking, fashion), lovers of "cozy", etc.
            I don't know about exact places to get women like that, but the big clue is fashion.
            Depending on how she dresses and gestures you can have a good idea of how well or badly she may react to you inviting her to a classical music concert.
            You'd be surprised at the goth girls (those who dress goth, not "bawdy goth") who are into that stuff.

            Also this

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Have you tried being inwardly and outwardly attractive?

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's possible. Ran into two hot physics students from uni at the symphony once.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    get an Asian gf, chances are they will have either learned piano or violin or both

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I just got a gf and brought her to concerts with me. It’s RNG I guess.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Did she like classical music beforehand or did you introduce it to her?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I don’t know. I just mentioned that there was going to be a concert in the theater and she sounded interested.

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