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  1. 1. Charles Rouse Sr. Born: April 6, 1924 Died: November 30, 1988 One of the greatest American jazz tenor saxophonists of his time. He is best known for his time with Thelonious Monk’s quartet, a period which lasted from 1959 to 1970. He was later a founding member of the group Sphere, which began as a tribute to Monk. 1 Copyright © 2007 All Rights Reserved. L.A.Creations artwork is not to be copied, printed, or duplicated by anyone other than the artist; Lee Alston.
  2. 2. Tenor saxophonist: Charles Rouse studied clarinet before taking up tenor saxophone. He played in the bop big bands of Billy Eckstine (1944) and Dizzy Gillespie (1945), but made his first recordings as a soloist only in 1947, with Tadd Dameron and Fats Navarro. After playing rhythm-and-blues in Washington and New York, he was a member of the Duke Ellington Orchestra (1949-50) and Count Basie's octet (1950). He took part in Clifford Brown's first recordings in 1953, then worked with Bennie Green (1955) and played in Oscar Pettiford's sextet (c. 1955); with Julius Watkins, also one of Pettiford's sidemen, he led Les Modes (later the Jazz Modes), a bop quintet (1956-9). He joined Buddy Rich briefly before playing in Thelonious Monk's quartet (1959-70), the association for which he is best known. During the 1970s he worked as a freelance, and recorded three albums as a leader. In the early 1980s he was a member and joint leader of the quartet Sphere, which was dedicated to the performance of Monk's music; he performed in Wynton Marsalis's group at the Concord Jazz Festival (California) in 1987 and the following year recorded compositions by Monk in San Francisco with Carmen McRae. In the 1960s Rouse adapted his style to Monk's work, improvising with greater deliberation than most bop tenor saxophonists, and restating melodies often. His distinctive solo playing with Monk may be heard on Shuffle Boil (1964), in which he alternates reiterations of the principal thematic motif with formulaic bop runs.                                                                         Barry Kernfeld 2 Copyright © 2007 All Rights Reserved. L.A.Creations artwork is not to be copied, printed, or duplicated by anyone other than the artist; Lee Alston.
  3. 3. Discipline Media Arts Multidisciplinary Music Opera/Music Theatre Photography Theatre Visual Arts Artist Type Media __Filmmaker __Video artist __Audio artist __Digital artist __Web-based designer __Animation __Filmmaker- Feature __Filmmaker- Documentary __Other media artist __Interdisciplinary Performing Arts __Choreographer __Dancer __Composer __Songwriter __Electronic Musician __Brass Player __Fretted Instrument __Keyboard Player __Percussionist __String Player __Singer- Vocalist __Woodwind Player Performing Arts/Theatre __Actor __Mime/Movement __Storyteller __Performance Artist Visual Arts __Graphic Artist __Printmaker __Painter __Muralist __Environmental Artist __Sculptor/Installations __Photographer __Book artist __Other visual arts Writers __Poet __Writer- Fiction __Writer- Nonfiction __Playwright __Screenwriter __Other literary artist 3 Copyright © 2007 All Rights Reserved. L.A.Creations artwork is not to be copied, printed, or duplicated by anyone other than the artist; Lee Alston.
  4. 4. CHARLES ROUSE INSTITUTE OF PERFORMING ARTS 1 VISITING ARTISTS-in-RESIDENCE PROGRAM Table of Contents Introduction 2 Program Description 3 Eligibility 3 Application Procedures 4 Work Samples: Instructions 5 Application Form 6 2 Visiting Artists-in Residence Program Introduction MISSION STATEMENT Artists-in-Residence and Visiting Artists Program provides a supportive atmosphere for professional artists in a diversity of art forms within a collective art setting. The program(s) provide an opportunity to educate the public in the process of the creating art. Program Goals: • To enhance the diversity and quality of the creative services • To provide support of artists who wish to share their vision with the community in a specific manner • To stimulate public participation in artistic processes in order to build appreciation for the value of arts in daily life • To provide artists with affordable, subsidized studio space (local AIR Program only) • To provide artist stipend, housing, and materials costs for specific short-term residencies with visiting artists who create new works of art and expand programs and audiences (Visiting AIR Program only) Objectives of the Visiting Artists-in-Residence Program: 4 Copyright © 2007 All Rights Reserved. L.A.Creations artwork is not to be copied, printed, or duplicated by anyone other than the artist; Lee Alston.
  5. 5. 2 Continued: Visiting Artists-in Residence Program • To provide the community with a dynamic artists-in-residence reflecting multiple disciplines in the arts; • To enrich the community through interaction with artists and artwork they would not otherwise experience. • To encourage new audiences’ participation in the arts, and to support artists who act as ambassadors in the community. 3 Program Description: By providing a structure for the relationship between the working artist and the community, the Visiting Artist-in-Residence Program is designed to further enhance the diversity and quality of the creative services that provide and support artists who wish to share their vision with the community. Eligibility: Artists who create original work and live in New Jersey, New York, or Pennsylvania. The artist must be the originator of artwork s/he creates, rather than an interpreter of works previously created; for example, a playwright as opposed to an actor, visual artist as opposed to a curator. Not Eligible: • Proposals from artists from outside New Jersey, New York, or Pennsylvania. • Projects in which the artist primarily functions as a teacher or instructor within an existing curriculum. • Students are not eligible as artists in residence. Review Criteria and Process: Review Panel – Applications are reviewed by a panel of artists and arts professionals from the region, and non-voting representatives from the staff and Board of Directors. The panelists are chosen for their expertise and judgment in the types of art forms represented in the applicant pool. Panel members usually rotate off after a three-year term. Proposal review criteria – Assessment is based on artistic excellence, qualifications of the artist, quality of the proposal as it relates to the AIR Goals and Objectives, interaction of the artist with the public, project budget feasibility, and evidence of planning and ability of the artist to implement the proposal. Residency Length: Visiting Artists-in-Residence are selected to participate for a one to three-month term. A pre-planning session several months before the start of the residency is recommended. provides travel expenses and hotel accommodations for the pre-planning session, in addition to housing and artist stipend during the residency at CRIPA. 5 Copyright © 2007 All Rights Reserved. L.A.Creations artwork is not to be copied, printed, or duplicated by anyone other than the artist; Lee Alston.
  6. 6. Visiting Jazz Artists The Visiting Jazz Artist Workshop Series features clinics by jazz greats who perform with the students and present clinics, critiques, and lectures. There are approximately 15 guest artists each year. Some of the visiting artists have included: Greg Abate John bercrombie Jamey Aebersold* Harry Allen Moises Alves Tim Armacost David Baker* Mickey Bass Gene Bertoncini Louis Bellson* Roni Ben-Hur Bill Berry* John Blake Don Braden* Joshua Breakstone Nick Brignola* Gordon Brisker* Obed Calvaire Bill Charlap Gerald Clayton Jeff Clayton John Clayton* Corey Christiansen Dave Cliff Jerry Coker* John Fedchock* Bruce Forman* Gene Bertoncini Louis Bellson* Roni Ben-Hur Bill Berry* John Blake Don Braden* Joshua Breakstone Nick Brignola* Gordon Brisker* Obed Calvaire Bill Charlap Gerald Clayton Jeff Clayton John Clayton* Corey Christiansen Dave Cliff Jerry Coker* Eddie Daniels* David Darling George Duke Mark Elf Dan Faehnley Dominick Farinacci Frank Foster* Jovino Santos Neto Rich Perry Dave Pietro Frank Foster* Jovino Santos Neto Rich Greg Abate John Abercrombie Jamey Aebersold* Harry Allen Moises Alves Tim Armacost David Baker* Mickey Bass Ken Peplowski John Pizzarelli Frank Proto* Perry Dave Pietro Chris Potter Ken Peplowski John Pizzarelli Frank Proto Eddie Daniels* David Darling George Duke Mark Elf Dan Faehnley Dominick Farinacci John Fedchock* Bruce Forman Chris Potter * Has performed in concert with the CCM Jazz Ensemble, CCM Jazz Combos, or other CCM student jazz groups 6
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