"Jazz Concert Review" Essays and Research Papers

  • Jazz Concert Review

    Jazz Concert Review [pic] The first formal small jazz concert was held at the Maum Café on Sep. 25th, 2008. There were many music performances have held at the Maum Café but Zino Park, leader of the band, and manager of Maum Café agreed to arrange a formal jazz concert for the first time. The main theme of this concert was “Smooth Jazz with Zino Park at Maum”. Before the concert began, the band members introduced themselves to the audience. The names of players were: Acoustic guitar...

    Blues, Double bass, Electric guitar 932  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    Mus1104 Concert Review A Night of Jazz with the University Jazz Bands The concert I chose to attend was the University Jazz Bands’ Student Ensemble Concert on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. The concert featured two ensembles, both the Virginia Tech Jazz Ensemble and the Jazz Lab Band. At this concert, I was both a perceptive listener due to my knowledge of music and music performance, and a casual listener enjoying my friends performing a great concert. I enjoy my nature of listening because I can...

    Big band, Blues, Jazz 1245  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    Jazz The latest concert that I attended was the NEIU Jazz Ensemble. It was held on October 28th, 1997 in the NEIU auditorium. This was my first time attending a Jazz concert. Therefore, I didn't know what kind of music to expect or any music that I was familiar to. This concert was a new experience for me. It was far different from a rock concert held in some big venue. The purpose of this concert was to give people a taste of the NEIU Jazz Ensemble. The heritage...

    Chicago, Composer, Jazz 1225  Words | 6  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    Daniel J. MCcraig November 15, 2012 MUL 2380 Professor McNoverg Live Music Review #2 For my second live concert review I decided to attend a live event that was being held at Miami Dade College Kendall Campus on Thursday October the 25th. It was to be performed by students who are in an active jazz group at the school. The jazz ensemble consisted of three consistent musicians with a different vocal artist for each song. The director of the recital was Dr. Timothy Brent who was also the...

    Antonio Carlos Jobim, Bossa nova, Concert 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    Concert Evaluation Guidelines: MUS 2014: General guidelines to writing the paper. AFTER THE CONCERT Write your paper as soon as possible after the concert while the experience is fresh in your mind. What you include in you Concert Review will depend largely on the concert you attend. FORMAT Typed: double-spaced, 12 point, Times New Roman, one inch margins Title page: Concert title, performers (do not list performers in larger ensembles), date of concert, course number and section...

    Academia, Academic dishonesty, Concert 799  Words | 3  Pages

  • jazz concert

    As much as I enjoyed attending a classical music concert in November, I thoroughly enjoyed myself at the jazz concert I attended on Monday night. Though two vastly different types of music, the theory almost remains the same; variations on a theme. Since jazz music is a little more my speed, I have to be honest when I say that I was looking forward to this assignment slightly more than the classical concert. I found a jazz club called Zinc Bar on Houston in New York City that...

    Bob Marley, Charles Mingus, Classical music 989  Words | 5  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Jazz Festival 2014 Concert Review On March 22, 2014, the Jazz Band at Lone Star College North Harris performed a total of ten Jazz pieces: Hugh’s Blues, Cantaloupe Island, Gandy Dancer, Horn of Puente, Top Dog, Aaron’s Blues, Mazatlan, Jeannine, There’s Only So Much Oil in the Ground, and Rock This Town. According to the Washington Post, Jazz was the music that originated in Louisiana during the early 1900’s “in the fields where [African American] people worked as slaves and made up songs to express...

    Brass instrument, Cornet, Jazz 868  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Review Papers

    REVIEW PAPERS: All papers must be written in clear prose, including complete sentences with correct spelling and punctuation. Papers must be at least two pages, double-spaced, using a maximum font size of 10 points (or Times New Roman 12 pt.). All papers must be submitted by the beginning of class on the due date, or a grade of "F" will be given for the assignment. Spelling and grammatical errors will adversely affect the grade. Live Performance Review The subject of this review will be a live...

    Accompaniment, Blues, Jazz 416  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert: Performance and Review Worksheet

    Dance Concert Review Worksheet Assignment Guidelines Choose a dance performance that you will attend. You will need to bring a small notepad and pencil with you for note taking. Arrive to the theater at least 15 minutes prior to curtain. Write down the name of the theater and make a note regarding the type of theater. Get 2 concert programs from the theater usher, one to attach to the worksheet and one to keep for yourself. Peruse the program before the concert begins. Notice...

    Choreography, Dance, Music 755  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Report

    Concert Report The Wayne Shorter Quarter concert was unlike any concert I have ever been to. The variety of instruments and style of the performers contributed to a unique experience. Not only was the music I heard versatile on several levels, but the behavior of the performers, appearance of the audience, and atmosphere of the venue contributed to my take away from the show. These factors allowed me to obtain a better understanding of jazz as not only an art form, but as a culture. The audience...

    Herbie Hancock, Jazz, John Patitucci 938  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Paper

    The CSUN Jazz A Band performed at the Valley Performing Arts Center on February 28, 2013 at 7:30 PM. The director, John Daversa, put together two sections of the show; the first section exhibited the works of Dee Barton, a local jazz musician that recently passed away and the second half introduced two renowned vocalists that accompanied the jazz band. The first vocalist was Renee Olstead, an entertaining vocalist with a strong and soulful voice. The second vocalist was Tierney Sutton who has an...

    Benny Goodman, Big band, California State University 996  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Jazz Report

    Butts Jazz Concert Report The concert I decided to go to was held in Valley Brewing Company. The event was called “Take 5, Jazz at the Brew”. I went to the show July 11, 2013. The group I saw didn’t have a name. It was just a group of people performing together. The concert hall was a very nice venue. It was on an extended closed off area past the common area at the bar. The area was very dim lit and was decorated very fancy and elaborate. The music that was played that night was Jazz. The group...

    African American, Cello, Funk 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    The first question I asked myself at the beginning of the quarter was how much do I actually know about jazz? I have always characterized jazz music as a rhythmic and instrumental form of music. My impression on the basis of the jazz has always been portrayed with the African-American race. I think this was build up from the rhythm ‘n' blues era and meaning according to the dictionary ("style of music that was invented by African American musicians in the early part of the twentieth century and...

    Big band, Glenn Miller, Jazz 560  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Report - Jazz

    For this Jazz concert report, I chose to attend the opening night of the 2013 Brubeck Festival on Monday, March 18th from 7-9:30pm in Stockton, at Valley Brew’s Take 5. I had never been to Valley Brew before and was pleasantly surprised of the warm and casual ambiance. The building had a Chicago-type feel with brick walls, and exposed ducts and pipes; super laid back. The south end of the building away from the restaurant and main bar is where the Jazz concert was held. This room was a swanky...

    Alto saxophone, Benny Goodman, Big band 1076  Words | 3  Pages

  • History of Jazz Concert Report

    Blake Lehodey, B00644905 MUSC 2020, History of Jazz Thursday, October 21st Writing assignment 1: Concert Report Since I have been in university, most talk of live music has revolved around “what club has a special on tonight?” or “which DJ is going to be in town this weekend?” I have nothing against electronic music but sitting in a packed bar near the Halifax Harbor listening to jazz and conversing in a booth with my friends, instead of shouting to clear the volume of dance music, has been one...

    Alto saxophone, Charles Mingus, Jazz 1665  Words | 6  Pages

  • Concert Report - TCU Jazz Combos

    Concert Report The name of the concert that I attended was called “TCU Jazz Combos” and featured a variety of jazz compositions. This concert took place in the Pepsico Recital Hall on November 14, 2012 at 7:00 in the evening. The event was casual; however, I chose to wear khaki pants and a button down shirt because I was not certain as to what the dress code would be. The performers’ names and their respective instruments were Mike Korson- Saxophone, Garrett Wingfield- Saxophone, Luke Wingfield-...

    Audience, Chick Corea, Concert 881  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Universities Opperman Music Hall. I was accompanied by my sister and daughter. None of us had ever attended a classical concert before so we weren’t really sure what to expect. Given that I am currently enrolled in music history and learning about the Renaissance and Baroque era, I had a little idea. But, I have to say that we were pleasantly surprised at how much we enjoyed the concert. We arrived at the Opperman Music hall at seven forty five ready to take our seats. The music hall was beautiful...

    Audience, Baroque, Henry Purcell 1716  Words | 5  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Review

    The formal jazz concert was held at New England Conservatory- Jordan Hall Thursday, November 29, 2012. The New England Conservatory is well known for its contemporary improvisation program. The program was founded in 1972 by musical visionaries Gunther Schuller and Ran Blake, trains musicians to develop their composing, performing, and improvising skills. Several concerts have been held at N.E.C(New England Conservatory), but the main theme of this specific one is "Rebirth of the Third Stream". "The...

    Big band, Jazz, Music 637  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz Performance Review

    series of Jazz concerts at Discovery Green. On April 12 Pamela York and Trombone Summit with Andre Hayward and Thomas Hulten performed before a crowd of jazz enthusiasts as well as everyday people curious as to what the sounds they were hearing were coming from. Pamela York is a Canadian born Jazz pianist, vocalist and composer (York). She was classically trained at an early age, but when she was exposed to the likes of Bill Evans, Oscar Peterson and Diana Krall she was hooked to jazz. She went on...

    Bass, Jazz, Music 1207  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz concert review

    Jazz concert On Friday April 30 at 8 pm, I attended the Spring Instrumental jazz concert at Yuba College. This was the first time I have been in the school auditorium. There was a count off and the music began with nearly a full house. The first song played was "Won't you be my neighbor" from Mister Rogers' neighborhood by Fred Rogers and Mike Tomato. I liked the intro it started with Ron Hake tapping on the symbols then the trumpets, and trombones cut in and the music begins. This song made me...

    Blues, Brass instrument, Musical instrument 517  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz Performance Review

    John Westbrook Music 378 Jazz Performance 4/25/14 Brad Mehldau Trio On April 17th, I was able to attend the Brad Mahldau Trio in the Loeb Playhouse, with two friends of whom I am in a band with. I was excited to see what this new experience could do to inspire us in a different way. Although I have seen guest speakers numerous times at Loeb Playhouse, this was my first musical show at this venue and I was extremely impressed. Brad Mahldau Trio is a trio outing with pianist Brad Mahldau...

    Bass guitar, Brad Mehldau, Chris Potter 972  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz Concert

    2011-05-01 Spring Jazz Band Concert Report On Friday, April 29, 2011, I went to see Spring Jazz Concert at Sophia B. Clarke Theater. Most of performers have great instrument skill and show us a wonderful music. Each movement highlights the character, range, and technical abilities of an individual instrument, all of pieces stand on their own as intricate musical gems. The show was divided for two parts, and they have different sections on those two parts. During the concert, we would...

    Jazz, Music, Musical instrument 373  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz concert review #2

    Professor Miller Music-12 5/23/04 Jazz Concert On Sunday May 2, 2004 I attended a jazz concert with some classmates. The program was entitled Jazz at the Stockmarket. We kind of got lost on the way so we only saw the second half of the show. The Sacramento based musicians were Jim Malone on keyboard, Steve Krohn who played both the guitar and keyboard, Rich Defazio an amazing drummer. That night the band was featuring Ken Stout who is an incredible tenor saxophone player, and also a guest appearance...

    Alto saxophone, Jazz, John Coltrane 412  Words | 2  Pages

  • Music and Concert

    For my concert review I went to see the Buford high school jazz performance i asked some of my friends to join and they agreed. Everyone was relaxed and were enjoying their evening except me, as I was worrying about writing this paper. If I were to use one word to describe their performance that word would be astonishing. At first, hearing that I was required to attend a concert I was completely turned off. I am very closed minded and automatically thought to myself it would be dreadful. That is...

    Blues, Funk, Jazz 820  Words | 3  Pages

  • Orchestra Concert Review

    Concert Review The first song I heard is Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture, composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It is written at 1880, a romantic period music. It is a sonata allegro form, which consist an exposition, a development, and a recapitulation. However, it is hard for me to find connection between three parts when I was at the concert. Moreover, I did not realize there is three parts until I did the research after the concert. I was really into music and picturing the Romeo and Julia...

    Juliet Capulet, Music, Orchestra 789  Words | 3  Pages

  • Feature Writing - Concert Review

    Review on Marilyn Manson’s Concert: Rock Am Ring Marilyn Manson is a band looked up upon by millions of teens in desperation and discontent across the world, a band that empathizes; it seems, to their avid fans. Pulling off extravagant pyrotechnic performances with a gothic overall outdo in his concert ‘Rock am Ring’, the band consists of Brian Hugh Warner, the lead vocalist, largely known a ‘Marilyn Manson’ on stage performances, with ever changing background guitarists, drummers...

    Antichrist Superstar, Charles Manson, Heavy metal music 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music and Concert

    aas.duke.edu/wstudio Concert Review Genre of a Concert Review A concert review describes a concert’s overall structure - including its music, musicians, venue, time, and location - and attempts to place the concert in a larger context by comparing it to other concerts. For your readers to grasp the atmosphere and quality of the concert, you should try to capture the entire scene in your review and also include your own evaluation. Actions to Take To write a concert review, you will need to listen...

    Audience, Concert, Genre 753  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert music review

    Jan Doe MUL 1010 Professor John, Doe 20 Oct. 2013 Concert Review: “The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra” On October 19, 2013 I sought out to listen to some classical music for my review for class. It was a pleasure to have found the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra at the St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Oviedo, FL, a part of St. Luke’s concert series of 2013-14 that has been held in the last nineteen years here in Oviedo, FL. This free event that’s held each year at St. Luke church holds about three...

    Clarinet, Hector Berlioz, Musical instrument 804  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Review Paper

    Concert Review Paper On November 1, 2013, I had the pleasure of attending an indie pop concert by the band Two Door Cinema Club. The concert occurred on a late Friday evening at the Fox Theater in Pomona. When I arrived at the theater, I did not expect there to be as many people as there were. I imagined that because the band was associated as indie, the venue would not have been entirely sold out. The line to get in was...

    Bass guitar, Electric guitar, Guitar 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Example of Concert Review Essay On February 17, 2005, the Jazz Ensemble at Tarleton State University had their first concert of the spring semester with special guest trumpeter, Daryl White. The jazz ensembles collectively performed thirteen pieces during the concert. “Fly Me to the Moon”, “Waltz for Debby” and “Ancient Memories” were three stylistically different pieces that allowed the audience to experience the various sounds of jazz music. Jazz music, like all music, tells a story...

    Bill Cosby, Bill Evans, Consonance and dissonance 860  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Concert Review Essay On 2nd of December 2012, Straight Groove, a local band made up of a group of passionate students from National University of Singapore (NUS), had their first concert held at The Arts House, Singapore. The self-proclaimed ”Indie Pop Blues Jazz” Rock band performed a total of nine songs during the ninety minutes concert. “Round The Corner” “Rainy Day Tuesday”, and “Feet on the Ground” were three distinctively different pieces that allowed the audience to experience the various...

    Blues, Guitar, Harmony 776  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Review Paper

    conscious Maggie smiles, "a real smile, not scared," (109) while dismissing Dee as shallow and self- serving. Work Cited Baker, Houston and Charlotte Pierce–Baker. "Patches: Quilts and Community in Alice Walker ‘Everyday Use." The Southern Review, Louisiana State University, Volume 21, No.3, July, 1985. 706-20. Exploring Short Stories. Online Edition. Gale, 2003. Reproduced in Student Resource Center. Detroit: Gale, 2004. http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/SRC Tuten, Nancy. "Alice Walker's...

    Family, Short story 948  Words | 3  Pages

  • Jazz

    Lm89Jazz Jazz is a genre of music that originated in African American communities during the late 19th and early 20th century. It emerged in many parts of the United States in the form of independent popular musical styles, and it is linked with African American and European American music. Jazz since its birth have changed and faced with improvisations starting from ragtime till the modern style of the jazz. The birth of Jazz in the multicultural society of America has led intellectuals from around...

    African American, Bluegrass music, Blues 1000  Words | 4  Pages

  • Concert: Studio Jazz Band

    On a warm Sunday afternoon, March 10th to be exact, Long Beach State University was bustling with campus activity. While everyone was at the annual Pow Wow located on upper campus, I was headed towards the University Theatre to watch CSULB’s Studio Jazz Band perform. After purchasing my ticket, I entered the large, dark venue and sat directly in front of the band which filled the entire stage. Before the show was about to start, I was able to observe the audience and record the demographics. Many...

    Big band, Duke Ellington, Jazz 670  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Report

    Music 118B Concert Report #1 Jazz Combos Concert Evaluation Before taking Jazz class I barely knew anything about this type music. Six different bands performed fifteen pieces. Most of the pieces are written by popular Jazz composers, such as “Cantaloupe Island” by Herbie Hancock or “Donna Lee” by Charlie Parker. Also, there was one band that performed pieces written by its members, which really impressed me. For example, “Preparation” was composed by Alex Reiff, who plays bass in the band...

    Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock, Improvisation 409  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Report

    Concert: UF Jazz Band Concert Date of Concert: April 12, 2013 Venue: University Auditorium The UF Jazz Band Concert was an energetic, exciting and very entertaining. The University Auditorium provided a great atmosphere and vibe for the concert. From the start of the concert, it was very obvious how passionate all of the musicians and the director were about their performances. The band consists of five saxophone players, four trumpet players, five trombone players, and a rhythm section with...

    Big band, Jazz, Music 737  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Review..

    [AMI-2011] Concert Review Nicole Ho I watched the concert on February 26, 2011 at 7:00pm. The name of the music group was Toronto Sinfonietta, and the artistic director was Matthew Jaskiewicz. There were 10 soloists in total- Leslie Ashworth, Daniel Hass, Nicole Li, Amadeusz Kazubowski-Houston, Annie Zhou, Lily Chapnik, Sarah Velasco, Daniel Temnik, Kara Sojung Park and Anna Vertypolokh. The concert was performed at the Isabel Bader Theatre which is one of the...

    Carl Maria von Weber, Concerto, Frédéric Chopin 490  Words | 2  Pages

  • Thirty Seconds To Mars: Live Concert Review

    of 30 seconds to mars This piece of text is a live concert review of the infamous rock band 30 Seconds To Mars. The bold, enlarged heading of the proper noun “ 30 Seconds To Mars” and location “Cardiff International Arena – 21sth February 2010” is typical of this type of genre as it has the proper pronoun of “. The audience for this review is commonly associated with a male fan base as 30 Seconds To Mars is a rock band, however this review seems to be targeting women more than men as the write...

    Adjective, Connotation, Noun 1271  Words | 4  Pages

  • Comparison of 2 Concerts

    Shaquel Smith Professor Dr. Anna Nisnevich (Masterman) Intro to Western Art Music 11 April 2011 Concert Connections: Critique and Comparison of a Classical Concert and Jazz Band Concert Superb musicianship and masterful command of instrument take the stage at the Heinz Hall, the home of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. For this day, the orchestra is playing the classic works of three legendary composers: Schumann, Liszt, and Strauss. As I took my seat I realized that this place is packed...

    Classical music, Jazz, Music 1399  Words | 4  Pages

  • Concert REview

    Student Recitals The concert I attended for my review was the Student Rectials at Bailey Hall on November 14, 2014, and there were six different performers. Donald Victor Leopold performed Kinderszenen, op. 15, composed by Robert Schumann. Richardson Victor Leopold performed Fantasia in D Minor, K. 397, composed by Wolfgang Mozart. Luis Alvorado played Concerto in G minor by Antonio Vivaldi on the violin. Jade Martin performed Nel cor piu non mi Sento by Givoani Paisiello by singing opera. Steven...

    Frédéric Chopin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Music 518  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Review 1

    Roxanne Smith MUS 275 Charles Morris Concert Review #1 Concert Review on “Morey Senior Outreach Concert”, CMU This concert was a concert like nothing I have attended before. It had a combination of everything we have discussed in class. The organizers of this event established a well thought out way of putting on the show that made it interesting. There was not one moment that I felt tired or bored it was very amusing. Like I had mentioned before it was a little bit of everything we are...

    Johann Sebastian Bach, Key signature, Music 774  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz Concert Reflection

     Jazz Concert Reflection Jazz is a musical style that began in African American communities in the southern United States around the beginning of the twentieth century. It was a new style of music that brought together music traditions from West Africa and Europe. Some of its West African musical influences give jazz its unique sound. Jazz has many different elements, which are improvisations, swinging, using blue notes, and combining...

    Blues, Guitar, Jazz 574  Words | 2  Pages

  • MUS 110 Concert essay

    Michael Munyon 4/5/14 MUS 110 Live Music Review: John Burnett Orchestra w/ Frieda Lee You wouldn’t find a nineteen year old like myself at a jazz concert. Typically, jazz is not a type of genre that my ear has favored. Rock, hip-hip, and techno have been the preferred genres of music that I have grown up with and established my career as an avid music listener. However, on the evening of June 22nd, I attended a performance at a small bar in Berwyn. This bar, called Fitzgerald’s, has been known...

    Jazz, Music, Orchestra 1467  Words | 5  Pages

  • Concert Dance

    Main types of dance are jazz, ballet, or modern dance. Dance is not just a female dominated activity. Many men are starting to become dancers than before. Jazz dance is one of the more popular dance styles out there. This type of dancing is a fun and energetic type of dance to watch. Jazz dancing has historic roots that have changed over the years. Before the 1950’s jazz dances originated off of old African American vernacular dances. In the 1950’s a new version of jazz dance came about which was...

    Acro dance, Ballet, Concert dance 933  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Jazz Age

    The Jazz music of the Big Band Era was the peak of over thirty years of musical development. Jazz was so innovative and different that it could literally sweep the world, changing the musical styles of nearly every country. Big band Jazz that makes the feet tap and the heart race with excitement that it is recognized with nearly every type of music. The musical and cultural revolution that brought about Jazz was a direct result of African-Americans pursuing careers in the arts following the United...

    African American, Benny Goodman, Big band 1623  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jazz concert report

    Kaixin Peng Instructor: Kevin O’Neal Music 33 11/24/13 Second Concert Report I went to Mr. O’Neal’s second jazz concert today, which took place at a little bit far but very nice jazz studio in San Pedro. There was a beautiful neighborhood nearby, and it was the first time I’ve ever been to San Pedro. I was kind of tired since I went there right after I got off from work, but I still be excited and couldn’t wait for the wonderful music. My friends and I had a seat before the concern really...

    Debut albums, Love, Music 583  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Critique

    Maria Elaidia C. Barria September 20, 2011 Concert Critique: La Vida Breve I. Description of the concert A. Performers, place, date, time, etc. The concert was titled “Guitar Escapades,” the long- awaited guitar duo featuring Nobel Queano and Franco Maigue. The concert happened last September 8, 2011, 7 pm, at NCAS Auditorium. Nobel L. Queano is a graduate of Psychology and Music from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. He was a former faculty member of Miriam College...

    Bachelor of Music, Classical music, College or university school of music 926  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Isaiah Bryant Concert Review November 18, 2012 “P.D.Q. Bach "The Abduction of Figaro” This is a grand opera that begins off initially with laughter. This appears to be a theme that reoccurs throughout the piece suggesting that it is a comic opera. The mood is serious yet comical throughout. It was really impressive how the composer orchestrated the story into the opera with elements of comedy in the piece. I can see how the opera plays into the minds of those of the middle class...

    Classical music, Classical period, Music 643  Words | 2  Pages

  • Msm Jazz Concert Report

    Manhattan School of Music may not carry the reputation that Julliard does, but the jazz performance on the 17th of October was more than impressive. The moment the concert jazz band hit a note, the atmosphere in the auditorium immediately transformed. The mostly empty seats, the lackluster walls, and the faint yet unpleasant smell: none of the negative first impressions mattered anymore. The auditorium was immersed with energetic music in which each and every note of every instrument could be...

    Audience, Jazz, Music 606  Words | 2  Pages

  • Performance Review of the John Proulx Trio

    523 Professor Caldwell 28 November 2005 Performance Review of The John Proulx Trio at LACMA By Jeffery L. Wright The John Proulx Trio performed on Friday, November 25, 2005 at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Musically speaking, John Proulx stands out as one of the most consistent and significant artist in jazz today. Leading a tight, well-rehearsed trio through a mix of originals and well-known pieces from modern Jazz repertoire, pianist/vocalist/composer John Proulx revealed...

    Jazz, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California 1221  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concert Review

    Roslyn Perrault I attended the Chamber Orchestra Concert on November 6, 2012. This was there first concert. They played three pieces during this concert. The first piece that they played was Bassoon Concerto in F Major, Op.75 written by Carl Maria von Weber. The second piece that they played was The Lark Ascending written by Ralph Williams. The last piece that they played was Symphony No. 4 in A Major, Op. 90 written by Felix Mendelssohn. Bassoon Concerto in F Major, Op. 75 written by Carl Maria...

    Bassoon, Carl Maria von Weber, Clarinet 832  Words | 2  Pages

  • Jazz

    Jazz Concert Review #2 I attended a jazz concert on November 3rd at the Frontenac Grill. The band, Joe Bozzi and I, played all kinds of music for us while this place was filled with various groups of people eating, drinking and chatting. This band played their songs by using three guitars, drums, saxophone, trumpet, xylophone and the piano throughout the whole entire time. The first song called, “Through the Eyes of Love,” was played from the movie called The Ice Castles. This song started off...

    Frank Sinatra, Jazz, Love 527  Words | 2  Pages

  • Concert Review

    On October 11, 2012 I went to the Collage chorus concert. When I went there I got to experience the variety of the performances which made the concert interesting. The overall artistry was an aspect of the performance that really stood out to me. As each choral group performed, they interpreted their emotions in the songs, the energy to the dancing and singing, in Sound check and Girls in Heels, and the individual styles of all the groups emphasized the talent of the performers. As I was listening...

    Dance, Edgar Allan Poe, Emotion 801  Words | 2  Pages

  • Piano Concert

    Concert Review On April 8th 2004 I attended the "Music for Piano" concert featuring Bette Coulson and Philip Seward at the Columbia College Concert Hall. The show was only about an hour. Mr. Seward and Mrs. Coulson played five pieces together and then each play on solo. This was my first piano concert, of any kind, that I have attended. This was something new for me. The concert included seven different pieces. Claude Debussy composed three of them, La puerta del vino, Le Vent dans la Plaine, and...

    Audience, Harpsichord, Jazz 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • Music Concert Report

    Megan Amaniera March 28, 2011 MUSC 150 Concert Report For my concert report I saw the Bill Charlap Trio featuring Peter Washington and Kenny Washington at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in the Lincoln Center. The highly respected jazz trio made up of pianist Bill Charlap, bassist Kenny Washington and drummer Peter Washington played for about an hour an a half. Their smooth melodies and precise playing worked perfectly together to give a great performance against the New York City skyline at Dizzy's Club...

    Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker, Chord progression 1595  Words | 4  Pages

  • jazz dance

    The varieties of jazz dance reflect the diversity of American culture. Jazz dance mirrors the social history of the American people, reflecting ethnic influences, historic events, and cultural changes. Jazz dance has been greatly influenced by social dance and popular music. But, like so much that is “from America”, the history of jazz dance begins somewhere else. The origins of jazz music and dance are found in the rhythms and movements brought to America by African slaves. The style of African...

    African American, Dance, Jazz 2758  Words | 7  Pages

  • Jazz

    History of American Jazz Appendix A: Understanding Jazz -Americas art form -European- African musical traditions -Hard to define Defining Jazz Improvisation- spontaneous and simultaneous composing and performing Rhythm- a unique interaction with time involving: -syncopation, -jazz swing rhythm Dissonance- extending common rules of music; “pushing the envelope” Jazz interpretation- a unique way of producing sound and phrasing melodies Interaction- listening to and reacting to musical...

    Bebop, Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker 1921  Words | 11  Pages

  • music concert

    Music Concert Review Adam Kapasi Last month, on Friday, January, 30, 2015, at 7:30 in the evening my friends and I attended a concert, Wind Symphony, in downtown Toronto. It was at the Edward Johnson Building McMilan Theatre, 80 Queens Park. The concert was conducted by the University of Toronto band and the conductor was Tony Gomes. The two musicians that played my instrument were Brian Burell, and Caleb Michalski. The layout is that there were clarinets in the front to the left and...

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  • concert report

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