LIVE concert performance online- professional groups 

Watch a LIVE concert performance online. Many professional groups are still putting on performances as benefit concerts. Google any professional symphonies, orchestras, Jazz artists, choirs, quartets, quintets, opera singers, any professional music artist of the ART/CLASSICAL/JAZZ/CHORAL nature (no pop or rock artists, thanks) that are LIVE streaming concerts.

LIVE concert performance online- professional groups

Watch a LIVE concert performance online. Many professional groups are still putting on performances as benefit concerts. Google any professional symphonies, orchestras, Jazz artists, choirs, quartets, quintets, opera singers, any professional music artist of the ART/CLASSICAL/JAZZ/CHORAL nature (no pop or rock artists, thanks) that are LIVE streaming concerts.
If all else fails and you absolutely cannot find a LIVE streaming concert, find a video on YouTube of a FULL concert performance of an orchestra, jazz ensemble, jazz quartet, choir, symphony, any artists of the ART/CLASSICAL/JAZZ/CHORAL nature (no pop or rock artists, thanks). Along with your concert report assignment, please submit a LINK to the video concert you watched.

The concert report should be about what you find most interesting from the concert and should incorporate music concepts and vocabulary that you have learned in the course.
– Firstly, Uses terms accurately.
-Secondly, shows understanding of concepts.
-Thirdly, Considers many different elements of music (melody, meter, harmony, form, dynamics, tempo, instrumentation).
-Fourthly,  Shows an understanding that elements change as a piece progresses.
– Further, Discusses all works and movements from the concert, recognizing differences in styles.
-Also,  Includes some information about the work from lecture/book/program notes.
– Lastly, Attempts to describe the music in his/her own terms, with a genuine reaction.

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What defines jazz?
An academic definition of Jazz would be: A genre of American music that originated in New Orleans circa 1900 (see Jazz timeline) characterized by strong, prominent meter, improvisation, distinctive tone colors & performance techniques, and dotted or syncopated rhythmic patterns. But Jazz is so much more than that.

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