Concert Attendance Report
Attend a live, orchestra concert near the end of this course and submit a detailed Concert Report. Pay particular attention to the paragraph that describes the format for your printed report. Also, please remember that you’ll need to discuss all of the pieces on the program. It is your responsibility to find an appropriate orchestra concert and I have listed a few of links below that you may find helpful. Whatever you do, please don’t get caught at the beginning of the last week without a concert as you’ll come up short. Please remember that only live, full orchestra concerts are acceptable for this final assignment.Important: Regardless of your Final ‘online’ Grade, you must fulfill the requirements for the Concert Report in order to pass this class. Think of this project as the final culmination of your work in this class in the form of a term paper in essay form.
For this project you need to plan ahead. You will need to attend a Symphony Orchestra Concert or Opera in order to complete it. As long as it is a symphony orchestra concert or opera any event is OK. Solo recitals, musicals, chamber music concerts, jazz concerts, or other non-orchestra concerts will not be acceptable. If you attend an opera you must find a way to be able to see the orchestra at some point in the performance so that you can make your hand-drawn seating diagram (they are usually in the “pit” – yes, that’s what it’s called).”
You are to write a 3-page term paper giving a review of the concert you attended. Your report should be in essay?form,?12-font, single-spaced. Please be sure to cover every piece on the program. Your review must include the following:
• What kind of listener were you at the concert? Why?
• What pieces were performed?
• What was the style of each of the pieces performed?
• What was the instrumentation of the orchestra?
• Draw out the seating arrangement of the instruments in the orchestra.
Analyze each piece played in the concert with following criteria from the course:
• Unity and Variety
• Structure of the Music
• Purpose of the Music
• Historical Period
Did you enjoy the concert? Why or why not?
Please submit your report online, by clicking Submit. You must also submit a printed copy of your report, along with the concert program and your ticket stub, and your drawing of the seating arrangement of the orchestra to my office on or before the due date to receive full credit. You may mail your Concert Report materials to the campus address shown on the Important Information page for this website or come to the Music Office at the Madison Campus between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on week days to leave these materials in an envelope in my department mail box. The Madison Music Academy is located on Santa Monica Blvd. between 10th and 11th Streets and there is plenty of free parking.
No late reports will be accepted. Evaluation of your work will depend on how complete, coherent, and valid your comments and arguments are.
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