Instructionally Related Activities Funds Request Summary

Project SponsorSteven Marsh
Activity TitleJazz Performance/Demonstration Series
Activity/Event Date9/22/14, 10/15/14, 11/3/14
Date Funding Needed By8/10/2014
Previously Funded?Yes
Semester/YearSpring 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013
Proposal #607, 569,
Report submitted for previously Funded Activity?Yes
Report submitted for previously Funded Activityira-report-jazz-11-6-2013-marsh.doc (MS Word, 224KB)
Academic Program or Center NamePA-Music
Estimated total Course Fee revenue0
Amount Requested from IRA$1,975
Estimated Number of Students Participating125
Conditions and ConsiderationsArtist/Performer/Speaker Fees & Honoraria
Brief Activity DescriptionThis jazz music themed concert/demonstration/lecture series will provide our Performing Arts students (and all other CI students) the opportunity to hear top professional jazz musicians from Los Angeles/Hollywood in performance. This series of three interactive concert/demonstrations will allow our students to experience Jazz music, America’s original musical art form, up close and personal. Students will have the opportunity to interact with our guests and ask questions about musical performance techniques. These concerts will vividly illustrate the musical concepts that we teach in our Jazz in America class. CI students have written many positive comments about our past jazz concerts. Students have said over and over that these live jazz music events really bring home for them exactly what has been discussed in our class. These concerts are open to all CI students, faculty, staff, and members of the community.
Learning Outcomes and Relation to IRA to Course OfferingsPA 101 - Identify, interpret, and appreciate choices made in performances
Understand basic performance vocabularies

PAMU 100 - Analyze their subjective and objective responses to a given piece of music
Identify generally the period of a work of music not previously encountered

PAMU 330 - Compare various styles of jazz from traditional jazz to contemporary jazz
Speak and write about the interrelationships of music in general to the humanities and the social sciences

PAMU 202 – Group Guitar:
Differentiate between different musical styles of the guitar, including ethnic and international styles, Discuss in writing musical characteristics and techniques utilized by guitarists

PAMU 337 - Music In History:
Articulate key concepts regarding the history of music and music in history by incorporating multicultural perspectives. Evaluate and discuss music in history within multicultural perspectives, including world music.

PAMU 308 - University Orchestra: The students will watch our guests perform these course outcomes:
Play in tune, with no more than 5% deviation. Play with correct articulation and rhythmic precision. Play with proper tone and blend with all other instruments.

PAMU 109 & 309 Private Lessons (all instruments): Students will see the following outcomes in action: Produce proper tone on their instrument or voice. Play stylistically correctly, using proper tone, expression, and embellishments from all stylistic periods.

PA 499 - Capstone: Students will observe:
Communicate skillfully with an audience in performance.
Apply the principles of performance in dance, music, or theater.
Reflect on how personal experience informs understanding of theory and practice

Description of Assessment ProcessAll students attending the event will be asked to write an assessment to the concert, using the Qualtrics IRA Student Evaluation form. They will write their thoughts about the importance of the event, what they learned about music and performance, and how they have benefitted from the event. The students in my courses will be required to write a multiple page, in-depth review/summary of what they learned about the musical styles that were demonstrated at the events. The writing assignment for my class will serve to address our University’s goal of writing across the curriculum.
Activity Budgetmarsh-pamu-330-ira-budgetprop.xlsx (MS Excel, 197KB)
CIA Budget
CIA Proposal
Course Syllabus
CIA Certification
Other Sources of FundingNo other sources of funding.
Target Audience/Student MarketingMy primary intended audience will be the CI students enrolled in the Performing Arts classes that were listed elsewhere on this proposal. All other students, faculty, staff, and community members are also welcome to attend this event. This event will be advertised by announcements and emails sent to all of the targeted courses (as listed above), and through the widespread use of social media. A small number of printed posters will be hung around Malibu Hall, which is where the most performing arts students will see these announcements, This event will also be posted on the Performing Arts Events calendar, and in the Events section of the myCI website.
Bring Benefit to CampusI don't understand this question. The sentence is not even grammatically correct!

The benefit of my concert events are to both our specific PAMU classroom students, and to all other people on campus and in the community.

Every thriving University provides cultural enrichment to the community. One of the main ways that this enrichment is done is through the presentation of high quality music concerts, such as the events that I have been bringing to campus for the last four or five semesters.
SustainabilityThese events will be mainly advertised via the CI Events electronic delivery system and social networking, to minimize the use of paper and other resources.
Program Chair/Directorluke.matjas
Academic Affairs AVPkaren.carey
AcknowledgementI acknowledge that I have reviewed and accepted the Conditions and Considerations herein. Please check off boxes as appropriate.

Program Chair/Director Approval

ApprovalI approve the IRA Funds Request described on this page
NameLuke Matjas
Date/Time3/11/2014 2:28:18 PM

Academic Affairs AVP Approval

ApprovalI approve the IRA Funds Request described on this page
NameKaren Carey
Date/Time3/11/2014 3:56:11 PM