Bravo is a term commonly used in music concerts and performances as a way to encourage and praise performers. It is usually uttered by the audience to express their admiration and approval of the performance. The term originally comes from Italian and is commonly used in the forms of Bravo (for male performers), Brava (for female performers), and Bravi (for multiple performers). In modern English, Bravo is typically considered a neutral term, but in some specific situations, such as opera performances, it is still regarded as a formal way of praise.
During a music concert or performance, when the audience feels that the performer's performance is splendid, they usually use Bravo to express their feelings. This term not only expresses appreciation and praise for music but also serves as a way for the audience to convey their emotions.