I don't have anything against virtuosos, however I do have something against the producers trying to make her the dense-but-everyone-falls-for-anyways virtuoso. In other words, I was simply tired of having to watch the typical, clichéd reversed harem concept being continually recycled. Trust me, once you've watched as many as I have, you'll be correctly predicting their every move too; whilst I don't mind expected plot twists, I don't like sitting there and watching it as if I wrote the script myself.
Some of you may be familiar with another series: La Corda D'oro Primo Passo and Secondo Passo. Though their title suggests that this series is perhaps a continuation of the series, nothing is related. Apart from the setting being exactly the same (Seiso Academy), only two of the original characters make a small cameo appearance. None of the characters from this series are in any way related to any character in the original series. Which.... I have to say, I found disappointing, but unsurprising too. Considering how there is a dating simulation game available for the original series, it would be cruel to have one character be the daughter/son of Kahoko and "one of the guys"; doing so would mean that 'officially', Kahoko (the original series' heroine), would end up with that guy. Of course, the manga does allow Kahoko to end up with one particular guy, however that's another story altogether.
So I started watching this, and just as I expected---- it turned out exactly the way I had expected it to be. At numerous occasions, I could tell that the producers were trying to provide some more depth to the series via 'unexpected plot-twists'. However, try as they might to incorporate it as being instrumental (haha, instrumental) to the plot, this unfortunately fell flat on the viewers end. Or at least, from my point of view.
As always, I did enjoy the musical pieces that featured throughout the series. I can say with confidence that the musical pieces was one of the key elements keeping me from putting this series on hold yet again. That and the fact that I heard earlier on that a few of the previous characters had made some cameo appearances :3
At the end of watching the series, I wouldn't exactly say that I felt extremely bored and glad that it ended. It's one of those kinds of series that is (to an extent) mildly interesting, but isn't interesting or profound enough to leave behind a lasting impression of any sort.