concert report please see attached  from my music class i need 3 reports from any concert Concert Report 1: Attend a concert of any genre and write about

concert report please see attached 

from my music class i need 3 reports from any concert Concert Report 1: Attend a concert of any genre and write about

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from my music class i need 3 reports from any concert Concert Report 1: Attend a concert of any genre and write about your experience. Student’s approach should be entirely “subjective”.
The nature of the concert requirements and accompanying reports is expose students to musical experiences to which they are for the most part unfamiliar. Attendance to two concerts is required, a third is optional and may be substituted for a Listening Project. By no means should you feel limited to only three. I would prefer concerts to represent different genres (rock, jazz, folk, classical solo, orchestral, band, opera, modernism, etc.). This provides students with the widest and most lucrative experience this class, and the southern California cultural metropolis, has to offer. Mind you I consider concert attendance to be the single most important component of this class so be sure not to procrastinate and to complete the requirement in a timely manner. 
As to the nature of the essay itself: This is not a research paper, nor is any source material expected or necessary. Rather this is a “personal” perspective on your own subjective experience at the various musical event you choose to write about. Not all events are equal, and some events may provide more capacity for written exploration than others. I would like to insist on at least a full page of writing (double-spaced, 12pt font, etc….(standard collegiate style essay parameters). As stated above the content should be “subjective”. The intent is to reflect your individual experience only and be able to voice that experience in a somewhat collegiate but honest manner.  
Sometimes a musical experience affects us emotionally, sometimes visually. It would not be improper to write a short story elected upon the experience….perhaps one that has absolutely nothing to do specifically with the music itself, but visual imagery “inspired” by the music.  This would also be acceptable.  
Certainly the more you explore and have fun with the inner reflections of the emotional and intellectual psyche, the more you will get out of this assignment and the happier I will be. I refuse to put an upper limit in terms of length as that would be countering the “creative” process which I am hoping to nurture.  

From his email he said although it is stated that a classical concert is preferred literally anything is acceptable. Just write a page or two about how you feel about the music and the concern experience.

 
Rubric

Concert Report Rubric

Concert Report Rubric

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAcceptable Live Performance
It is my expectation that students will choose three distinctly different genres for each of their three concerts. In any case concerts must be live performances.

30 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

30 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReport is Correctly Formatted
Concert Reports must meet the standard academic guidelines.

20 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome500 hundred word minimum
Concert Reports must be of sufficient length to demonstrate the student’s engagement with the music and the concert experience as a whole. At least 500 words.

20 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSubmitted properly and in an acceptable format
Concert Reports must be submitted online and in an acceptable readable text. PDFs work best. Google docs do not work well in Canvas.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSufficient depth and detail
Reports are subjective, but should contain references to how specific musical ideas translate to literal interpretation.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOn-time submission
Concert reports must be submitted prior to the due date listed on each report.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

Total Points: 100

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Concert Report 2: (same requirements as Concert Report 1) Attend a concert of any genre and write about your experience. Student’s approach should be entirely “subjective”.
The nature of the concert requirements and accompanying reports is expose students to musical experiences to which they are for the most part unfamiliar. Attendance to two concerts is required, a third is optional and may be substituted for a Listening Project. By no means should you feel limited to only three. I would prefer concerts to represent different genres (rock, jazz, folk, classical solo, orchestral, band, opera, modernism, etc.). This provides students with the widest and most lucrative experience this class, and the southern California cultural metropolis, has to offer. Mind you I consider concert attendance to be the single most important component of this class so be sure not to procrastinate and to complete the requirement in a timely manner. 
As to the nature of the essay itself: This is not a research paper, nor is any source material expected or necessary. Rather this is a “personal” perspective on your own subjective experience at the various musical event you choose to write about. Not all events are equal, and some events may provide more capacity for written exploration than others. I would like to insist on at least a full page of writing (double-spaced, 12pt font, etc….(standard collegiate style essay parameters). As stated above the content should be “subjective”. The intent is to reflect your individual experience only and be able to voice that experience in a somewhat collegiate but honest manner.  
Sometimes a musical experience affects us emotionally, sometimes visually. It would not be improper to write a short story elected upon the experience….perhaps one that has absolutely nothing to do specifically with the music itself, but visual imagery “inspired” by the music.  This would also be acceptable.  
Certainly the more you explore and have fun with the inner reflections of the emotional and intellectual psyche, the more you will get out of this assignment and the happier I will be. I refuse to put an upper limit in terms of length as that would be countering the “creative” process which I am hoping to nurture.  
The DUE DATES for all three reports will be the December 3rd. 
You may submit either up to that time via this link. I will read through and grade submitted assignments at various times over the semester. Grades will appear in Canvas as I assign them. 
Rubric

Concert Report Rubric

Concert Report Rubric

Criteria

Ratings

Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAcceptable Live Performance
It is my expectation that students will choose three distinctly different genres for each of their three concerts. In any case concerts must be live performances.

30 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

30 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReport is Correctly Formatted
Concert Reports must meet the standard academic guidelines.

20 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome500 hundred word minimum
Concert Reports must be of sufficient length to demonstrate the student’s engagement with the music and the concert experience as a whole. At least 500 words.

20 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

20 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSubmitted properly and in an acceptable format
Concert Reports must be submitted online and in an acceptable readable text. PDFs work best. Google docs do not work well in Canvas.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSufficient depth and detail
Reports are subjective, but should contain references to how specific musical ideas translate to literal interpretation.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOn-time submission
Concert reports must be submitted prior to the due date listed on each report.

10 pts

Full Marks

0 pts

No Marks

10 pts

Total Points: 100

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Concert Report 3 or Listening Project:
If you elect to attend a third concert then this will be the same format as the previous two. See the requirements for Concert Reports 1 and 2.
For this assignment students have the OPTION of either attending and writing up a third concert report, OR perform a similar listening assignment from recordings available online.  
For students electing to do the listening assignment:
Listen to a complete recording of a major classical work and write a report about it (the same as if you attended a concert.) This report should be no longer than the concert reports (so roughly up to two page – double-spaced.) Some recommended examples are listed below (be sure to include all movements):

Symphonies
Beethoven, Symphony No. 9
Beethoven, Symphony No. 3
Tchaikovsky, Symphony No. 6
Stravinsky, The Firebird, or Rite of Spring
Brahms, Symphony No. 1
Brahms, Symphony No. 4
Dvorak, New World Symphony
Berlioz, Symphonie Fantastique
Mahler, Symphony No. 9

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