13 мая 2017

Пенза в 7-й раз проведет международный фестиваль Jazz May

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19-21 мая в Пензе пройдет VII Международный фестиваль джазовой музыки Jazz May Penza 2017, который представляет собой уникальную творческую инициативу, объединяющую представителей власти, бизнеса и городских сообществ. За последние годы фестиваль стал одним из самых ожидаемых событий в культурной жизни Поволжья.

В историю фестиваля вписаны имена музыкантов, составляющих элиту российской и зарубежной джазовой сцены: Ричи Коул, Крейг Хэнди, Росарио Джулиани, Эмануэле Чизи, Доминик Буковски, Анатолий Кролл, Даниил Крамер, Игорь Бутман, Анна Бутурлина, Юлиана Рогачева и многие другие звезды мировой импровизационной музыки.

Участниками Jazz May 2017 станут музыканты из шести стран: США, Испания, Франция, Венгрия, Люксембург и Россия.

Разнообразие стилей джаза

Основная площадка – киноконцертный зал «Пенза» – традиционно представит публике программу, включающую максимально широкий спектр направлений современной импровизационной музыки:

  • традиционное звучание джазового Нью-Йорка в исполнении квартета поющей пианистки Дины ДеРоуз, трехкратно номинированной на премию Грэмми,
  • ураганный фьюжн от интернациональной команды Electric Shock, в состав которой входят звезды европейского фанка, в том числе знаменитый французский барабанщик Николя Виккаро,
  • авторская импровизационная музыка московской группы MIRAIF и ее бессменной вокалистки Мариам Мерабовой, звезды третьего сезона телепроекта «Голос», обладательницы глубокого чувственного тембра, характерного для любимого многими «черного» джазового вокала.

Премьеры фестиваля Jazz May Penza 2017

Выступление группы Electric Shock, которая несколько недель назад представила аудитории YouTube программу выдающегося венгерского гитариста Майка Готхарда.

Alice Francis споет песни с нового альбома Electric Shock в Санкт-Петербурге
Петербуржцы тоже увидят новую программу в стиле электросвинг немецкой вокалистки Элис Фрэнсис

Необыкновенно глубокий и одухотворенный альбом Flow московской певицы Алины Ростоцкой. Виртуозное исполнение в сочетании с оригинальностью материала ставят его в один ряд с лучшими образцами современной европейской композиторской музыки. Пластинка была выпущена лейблом Игоря Бутмана, стала одним из самых заметных событий российской джазовой сцены 2016 года, а ее концертная версия получила высокую оценку в прессе.

Джаз-альбом FLOW Алины Ростоцкой и Jazzmobile | JazzPeople
Алина Ростоцкая и группа Jazzmobile с концертом в Санкт-Петербурге

В рамках мирового тура свой альбом представит фортепианное трио Dock in Absolute из Люксембурга. Завораживающая, доступная самой широкой аудитории музыка впитала самые актуальные тенденции импровизационной сцены Западной Европы.

Трио Dock in Absolute из Люксембурга
Трио Dock in Absolute из Люксембурга

Вокальные мастер-классы

Впервые в истории Jazz May будет организована трехдневная школа вокала. Авторские мастер-классы проведут участницы фестиваля Дина ДеРоуз, Мариам Мерабова и Алина Ростоцкая.

Мериам Мерабова
Меркам Мерабова, вокалистка группы MIRAIF

Все они являются действующими преподавателями вокального мастерства и активными популяризаторами джазовой музыки. У пензенских исполнителей появится уникальная возможность сравнить три разных подхода к постановке голоса и интерпретации песенного материала.

Арт-проекты фестиваля

Центром фестивальной жизни традиционно станут фестивальный городок с массой околомузыкальных активностей и открытая сцена на Юбилейной площади. До 20 апреля оргкомитет принимает заявки на выступление от музыкантов из центральной России.

В 2017 году в организации открытой площадки принимает участие группа молодых архитекторов «Вещь!», одно из самых смелых творческих объединений города. Команда получила известность после установки на Олимпийской аллее арт-объекта, представляющего собой надпись «Пенза».

Объединение архитекторов «Вещь!» примет участие в фестивале Jazz May Penza 2017
Объемные буквы «Пенза» – арт-объект по проекту Объединения архитекторов «Вещь!»
Фото: Антон Белов

Подготовка к фестивалю

Участие в подготовке фестиваля может принять любой желающий – как в формате творческой инициативы, предложенной открытому оргкомитету, так и путем внесения небольшой суммы в фонд фестиваля на сайте jazzmay.com. Все пополнившие фестивальный бюджет станут обладателями приятных, а иногда и полезных сувениров с фестивальной символикой.

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Never make use of a quotation from someone else to clinch an argument: just simply because someone famous has stated x or y it doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily true. I in certain cases get hold of it useful to jot down a draft of my paper that features no secondary reading by any means, basing it just on my general knowledge belonging to the critical industry. I then do some detailed research in secondary criticism before composing a second draft. This suggests that the agenda is just not dictated by other scholars, and ensures that I use them rather than becoming their spokeswoman. Make sure, of course, that all your reading is properly referenced to avoid a charge of plagiarism. D) Proof-reading 1) Check the spelling: in particular the names belonging to the author along with the textual content that you’re researching at MUST be spelled correctly. two) Check your punctuation. If you decide to don’t know how to try particular punctuation marks please get a book and learn how. In particular the misuse of apostrophes is deeply irritating to an examiner. The Collins gem guides are really reasonable also Lynne Truss, Eats, Shoots and Leaves is fun and informative. 3) Make sure that you just get hold on the blue booklet, ‘Essay Creating and Scholarly Practice’, from the general office. You must make use of the reference guide in there. I favor the MHRA guidelines; you may prefer the MLA style. As soon as you do reference a websites it is top to put it in the footnote rather than the textual content were being it looks ugly. two. CLOSE READING You should always include some close detailed analysis of your literary textual content(s) that you’re discussing with your essay. This demonstrates your sensitivity to the varieties, textures and ideological purpose of language. You should aim to reveal the relationship somewhere between variety and meaning, among the textual content and its world. Before you'll put together an argument about the relationship among a textual content and its time you will desire to do some close reading, compiling a list of technical functions within a textual content or an excerpt from the textual content. Choose excerpts that relate to themes or passages that interest you. Then you can actually build up a checklist of benefits to appearance for. Use this as a guide but you may wish to increase to, or amend it. *** What you see will be very different from what other people see. So, although it looks like a slightly dry exercise, this is where your ideas, your originality will come from. Close reading, in any module, will make your essays sparkle. *** Big questions:  Prose, drama or poetry?  Genre? (e.g. is it panegyric, epic, restoration comedy or what ever)  Does it remind you of anything? Can you compare or contrast it with something of the similar date? Or, alternatively, compare it with something of the similar genre from the previous or next decade, for example, in order to investigate change over time. Smaller questions:  Poetry: metre, rhythm and rhyme. Glance on the section on poetic variety for the back again of your Norton Anthology (p. 2944) and other guides. Don’t just describe metre etc… but ask yourself how it really works in that particular passage. How are units of meaning created by the line divisions? When a poet downplays or emphasizes a particular word through positioning it inside of a particular way, what effect does it have? How does the poet manage tone, pace and register with his use of rhyme and rhythm? iF THESE Options ARE NOT IMPORTANT As part of your PIECE IGNORE THEM.  Drama: glance in the size / speed of your speeches, the stage directions, the entrances and exits.  Prose: rhetorical attributes and clause structure are the things to glimpse out for in particular. Are the sentences complex or common? Is it in hypotaxis or parataxis? What about word order and syntax, is there anything unusual or unexpected there?  What is the overall structure with the passage / textual content? Are there abrupt changes or a progression from a single idea to another?  What other structures are there? Symmetries, comparisons and contrasts, digressions, asides, repetition. Is there any dialogue? Are the arguments circular or progressive?  Are there any words you don’t fully understand? As soon as you aren’t in a very closed exam you could glance them up inside the Oxford English Dictionary on-line. This would also give you a perception in the other meanings that that word will probably have. Are there any puns?  Think about grammatical options: tenses, conditional constructions, the passive voice. Is the passage within the to begin with, second or third person? Perhaps there are tense or person shifts; what effect do these develop?  Appear out for predominance: several superlatives or comparative adjectives and adverbs; a lot of words that mean a similar thing, repetitions of possessive pronouns or what ever.  What kind of language is being made use of? i.e. what register is it in? Is it elevated or earthy, legal or lyrical, rhetorical or religious? Why?  Look and feel for particular rhetorical attributes: metaphor and simile, hyperbole and litotes, personification, metonymy and so on.  Seem at punctuation (but be careful: it could be the intervention of the printer or a later editor). Glimpse out for: enjambment, parentheses, direct speech? Once the punctuation is sparse, why? Is it for the reason that there is certainly a proliferation of conjunctions that resist punctuation like, for example, the word ‘and’. This may indicate parataxis or a very conversational style.  Glimpse out for allusions and references, often to the bible or classical stories. Those that don’t know them and you’re not inside of a closed exam, appearance them up in a very reference dictionary or relating to the internet.  What is the tone belonging to the passage? Is it homiletic, comic, anxious, melancholy or ironic? How is this effect created?  Where else does that poet use similar phrases, ideas, patterns and visuals? What does it say about his or her concerns and art? TIP: Don’t make very easy associations somewhere between feeling and sound. For example, whilst there are a lot of warm words that begin with ‘m’ (like, for example, milkmaid, mother, magic etc…) there are also some, like ‘malice’, ‘muscular’, ‘murder’ which evoke really different associations. You then need to have to think how those technical functionality, which you’ve noted construct the meaning on the passage / textual content. Do not think about kind and content as separate things as if kind were being a kind of cloak in which meaning is dressed: they are organically connected. Over and beyond that you choose to will also will want to think about how that textual content (the two its sort and its meaning) relate to the particular concerns and fashions (literary, political, philosophical etc…) of its time. You could very well think about the way in which repeated ideas inside of your textual content / excerpt link to significant contemporary discourses. Appearance for substituted vocabularies: i.e. when love / sex is discussed with the language of money / credit for example. Could that be related to prevailing economic trends and ideas? If you find yourself constructing your ARGUMENT and crafting your essay, consult your close reading list. Not everything there will be relevant to your ARGUMENT; you only hope to include the things that relate, that offer evidence for a particular point of check out about how the textual content is placed culturally, politically, socially and / or historically. 3. RESEARCH Research is crucial for any essay and requires a certain amount of initiative. You will partly be required to learn by demo and error. In this article are some tips and ideas, though. Read through both equally narrowly (and address the theme of your essay) and also widely. So those that are, for example, researching infanticide, also research the family or law / crime. If you research a context it might just be worth search in the deliver the results of philosophers, painters, and theologians and see what they were being saying / doing during this period. An essay which looked with the early current patriarchal family inside of the light of Robert Filmer’s political tract Patriarchia, for example, would be a whole lot alot more interesting than a particular that only looked at modern day historians’ account with the early trendy family. An essay that discussed the panegyric written to, or with a particular king, alongside the portraits that have been painted of him could also be very suggestive. EEBO could possibly be very useful in this article at helping you to definitely get hold of out about, say, sermon culture or advice literature. (glimpse within the last web site of this booklet for some help below). Think of some the areas, themes, historical moments, authors and ideas that you just prefer to track down out about. List them as key words. For example: Aphra Behn, Oroonoko, race, royalism, restoration, early contemporary, colonialism, slavery etc… Do not be constrained below. Think of terms / phrases that will give you some background too. How about ‘cheap print’, ‘renaissance politics’ etc… Then begin relating to the computer. Be careful of stuff that you choose to get hold of for the ordinary WWW. It will not be usually very reliable. Often this is stuff that people can’t publish in proper books. Use it is definitely a guide and be very critical. 1) http://www.jstor.org (through the Warwick community only). In this article you'll be able to study articles from reputable, peer-reviewed journals on line. An excellent establishing point. Try varied combinations of your search terms in either the Simple search (will give you hundreds of items) or while in the leading-edge search sort (which can give you noticeably narrower and probably significantly more useful stuff. Try it out; go to the leading-edge search variety: A) Within the box marked ‘All of these words’ insert the word ‘Behn’. Then tick the box marked ‘title’ and then also the box marked ‘article’. Push the ‘Search’ button. See those that can identify any articles which has a particularly historicist bent. B) On the box marked ‘All of these words’ insert the words ‘White’ and ‘Black’ and ‘England’. With the box marked ‘exact phrase’ enter ‘Seventeenth-century’. Push search and see what you get out. Try other, similar search terms. C) With the box marked ‘All of these words’ insert the word ‘Royalist’. While in the box marked ‘at least just one of these words’ enter the words ‘print culture’. Perhaps limit to articles by checking the relevant tick box. Push search and see if any of those are useful. will see that many times you really have to do some considerable sifting to get solid things.] two) The Modern-day Language Association of America databases direct obtain from the Warwick community at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/electronicresources/databases/#m The bibliographic databases are listed alphabetically so scroll down to ‘M’. Select ‘MLA’. This will give you the reference only (although Warwick may give a link to the on-line journal). You may see that a number of the things that are listed you won’t be able to get merely because Warwick doesn’t subscribe to that journal or perhaps the item may be a doctoral dissertation from another institution. Don’t worry, you’re not expected to examine everything beneath the sun. Leave those things that you choose to can’t get. Try it out: put from the search terms ‘Aphra’, ‘Behn’ and ‘race’ into the keywords box. Push search and see what you get. 3) Historical abstracts: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/library/subjects/arts/elecresources/#databases_internet Again, use this databases to help you compile a list of articles or books you could start looking at either on-line, if Warwick has a link, or inside of the library. Ignore the things that you simply can’t get hold of. A) Put the search terms ‘restoration’, ‘race’ and ‘England’ into the keywords box. Push search. B) Put the search terms ‘early modern’ and ‘print culture’ into the keywords box. Push search. Again you will ought to decide what’s useful / relevant. four) Utilize the library catalogue, don’t limit yourself to books about English. Put in search terms that will give you books to the historical background that you’re exploring for. Once you have found one particular book about the shelf seem close to in that same area for others that will be related by subject. 5) Glance on your reading list for general background books. CONSTRUCTING AN ARGUMENT Producing a successful argument is a really approach that has various stages. Often you will understand your argument greater after you have started producing. It is important that you simply go back again and re-plan your do the trick, taking into account your new findings. You will might need to acquire a provisional thesis, however, so that you simply have somewhere to start out: a focus for your personal close reading and research. You don’t really want to argue that history is important for your study of literature. You can actually take that as a given and move on to say something a bit significantly more sophisticated about how the particular poem / participate in or prose piece you’re working on intersects that has a particular list of events or ideas in the precise historical moment. A superior argument should be fairly special rather than general and comprehensive. In particular, when producing a historicist essay, do not list the ways in which a single textual content is embedded in its period. Instead choose one particular of those ways and research it in greater depth. So, rather than crafting about, say, Ben Jonson’s interest in Anabaptists, Spanishness, alchemy, the plague, etc… from the Alchemist, choose a person of these themes and unearth out about it around the historiography in the seventeenth century and couple this research using a close reading of those sections belonging to the engage in that treat that theme. Your readings with the textual content and also history from the times should suggest your detailed argument. Don’t think of your argument for starters and then try to push it onto the participate in or poem you’re interested in; help your idea to grow out of your reading. Below is my most desirable attempt in a LINE OF ARGUMENT for an essay on Rochester and Milton. Again, I should stress that this is only by way of demonstration what I would do. This is very different from what you would do. There is not any a particular way and your ideas will be as interesting / valid as mine. Don’t think which you ought to develop something the same, or even necessarily similar – I have done this just to give you an example of what I mean. I have tried to construct an argument which utilizes equally close reading and historical context. Imagining the longer term while in the restoration: a critical comparison within the poetry of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester and John Milton. Line of Argument: This essay will argue that Rochester’s poetry is just not only everywhere fascinated by time, regularly exploring what it is and how it operates, but that this interest betrays his sophisticated engagement with contemporary political philosophy. It will closely interrogate the types of several of Rochester’s time-related poems for his or her political sensibilities. It will then contrast those poetic varieties and political sensibilities with those inside poetry of John Milton and mainly Paradise Regained. Milton – as I shall clearly show with the use of historical evidence – is very differently socially and politically placed, indeed for the other conclusion in the ideological spectrum from the Earl of Rochester. I shall exhibit that the difference is just one of dispossession (Rochester) and providence (Milton). Rochester’s narrators exist in fear of, and subject to an arbitrary and absolute foreseeable future; Milton’s Paradise Regained, in the other hand, asks an imagined republican reader to wait in anticipation of the long run in which God will deliver their political success. I shall explore the way in which Rochester’s pessimism – the idea and tone of dispossession in his poetry – and Milton’s optimism – the visionary good of his providential allegory – stand in contrast to the respective fortunes with the political groups to which those poets actually belonged and with the particular times once the poems I’m discussing right here were being written and published: i.e. Rochester’s being part for the royal court and Milton’s being displaced from his office for the restoration of Charles II. This will arrive at, by way of summary, the demonstrable sadness of a few of Rochester’s verse which indicates the complex circumspection with which he seen his have aristocratic, political community and its confined expectations of monarchical authority. HELP FOR THIS PARTICULAR ASSESSMENT Details of what that you are expected to do are about the departmental web page at: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/english/undergrad/modules/second/en228/assessedessay2/ There you will unearth a list of texts and details of how to look for them on EEBO (Early English Books On line). Their online site is at: http://eebo.chadwyck.com/home You would like to download those texts, study them and then choose 1 to write down about. You could also look over the essays, published relating to the EEBO internet site, by previous Warwick students that have won prizes for his or her attempts at this assignment. http://www.lib.umich.edu/tcp/eebo/edu/edu_win_03.html You might probably also use EEBO into your essay research. Try the subject list in particular. If you happen to get yourself to the search variety at http://eebo.chadwyck.com/search you will click within the link marked ‘select from the list’ next to the subject keyword box. This has all sorts of interesting categories: take a look up, for example, ‘anti-catholicism’ or ‘restoration’, ‘credit’ or ‘murder’. I would like you to definitely do what you'll be able to in terms of placing the textual content of your choice, and researching it. Then I’d like you to definitely come and see me within the conclusion of term which includes a title and also a line of argument. You could also, if you want, bring a longer essay plan. This is Isabel talking to her group. We will all be accessible on email over the holidays--do ask. Gabriel won't be below after the holidays--he lives in London--but do come and see me, his group, if you decide to will need a person to talk to. By means of THE OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY The OED might possibly be found on line (through the Warwick community) at http://www.oed.com. When we scan an edited textual content we often have a helpful gloss which an editor has provided so that words and phrases that we don’t understand are defined for us. During this assignment you will really have to put together that gloss for yourself along with the optimal way to begin to do that may be with the OED. The OED is undoubtedly an extraordinary resource that will give you assistance in all sorts of ways. For example: a) it will obviously help you to definitely understand words which you don’t understand or unusual apps. It will also help you to definitely realize obsolete and dialect words. b) it will help you to definitely see how words have changed their meanings or emphases over time. c) it will help you to definitely identify puns. There may be sexual or religious connotations into a particular word that we may have lost. Some times our cutting-edge definitions will co-exist with old, and now obsolete meanings. d) it will tell you the earliest use of the particular word. This is useful for working out which of several definitions would probably apply to the word you’re trying at. Appearance for the examples, that could be the quotations that are given, and note their dates. It may be that you choose to find out that the word was new or not long ago borrowed from another language. Click the ‘date chart’ button to see the makes use of represented on the time line. It may be which you will choose that a word is made use of differently and in different contexts at different points on the seventeenth century: what could perhaps the use of the particular word / phrase tell us about an author’s engagement with political, historical or sociological movements? e) Seem for the etymology: this could possibly tell you about how the textual content you’re searching at engages with particular fashions or imperial encounters. Search up, for example, ‘chocolate’ where does the word come from? At what period does it come into the language? f) the examples given from the dictionary will also help you to definitely see how other contemporaries put to use the word or phrase you’re interested in, and in what sort of contexts it came up. In this particular way it can operate as a concordance. You should investigate the concordances on the market while in the library, by the way. Similarly they will give you a perception of how a particular word or phrase is chosen elsewhere. You should utilize the OED not just to seem up words that you simply don’t understand but also other words, particularly those that are applied in an unfamiliar way. You will track down alot more interesting things when you start looking up lexical, rather than grammatical words. That would mean verbs, adjectives, adverbs and nouns rather than prepositions, articles and pronouns. You'll need to remember that there was no standard spelling inside of the early cutting-edge period; the move to standardize spelling did not occur until the middle on the eighteenth century. This signifies that if you happen to have a word you don’t understand it you may not get an adequate definition by putting it in exactly as it is into the OED search box. Try that very first but if it isn’t found, or else you get a definition that's not right (i.e. the examples indicate that its earliest use was a lot later than your textual content) you should try different spellings. In particular the vowels are often interchangeable. Try every vowel mixture that you just can think of. Try substituting ts and cs, us and vs and other related consonants. Try out the OED. Appear up the following words: how have their meanings have changed? Where do the words come from? How have been the words chosen at different points in history? And within the seventeenth century in particular? best essay
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