College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

Monterey Jazz Festival - CSUMB 2022 Education Showcase

Monterey Jazz Festival CSUMB 2022 Education Showcase Join us!

September 1, 2022

Monterey Jazz Festival (MJF) in partnership with California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB), presents Education Showcase, a free community concert to celebrate the 65th Monterey Jazz Festival week and National HBCU Week on Thursday, September 22, 6pm-8pm, at the CAHSS World Theater Building 28. The concert is sponsored by McDonalds and is in memory of Dr. Robert "Bob" Danziger, a dear friend of CSUMB and Monterey Jazz Festival.  This special evening's program reflects MJF’s commitment to supporting the minority communities and increasing the inclusivity of its education and outreach programs. The audience will enjoy performances by the Next Generation Jazz Orchestra, Next Generation Women in Jazz Combo as well as the jazz ensembles and choirs of Morgan State University and Texas Southern University.  

This event is free of charge, all are welcome. On behalf of Monterey Jazz Festival; the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and the Music & Performing Arts Department, we look forward to seeing you for an exciting evening of live jazz on campus!  


Event Information:
Monterey Jazz Festival-CSUMB Education Showcase
Thursday, September 22, 2022
6pm-8pm at the World Theater, Building 28, CSUMB

As a reminder, parking passes are required on campus 24/7-parking information available:

Important COVID-19 information:  Effective September 12, CSUMB will move to a mask-friendly campus, meaning that anyone who chooses to wear a mask in most indoor spaces is welcome and encouraged to do so.  Please see the RSVP form for the self-attestation statement and visit the CSUMB COVID-19 Page for the most up to date information.  


More about the CSUMB/Monterey Jazz Festival Partnership:
Starting in 2018, The Monterey Jazz Festival and CSUMB entered into a unique educational partnership launching a series of jazz education activities and events for the campus and community made possible by a donation from Robert Danziger and Martha Drexler Lynn. The partnership includes a master class featuring jazz leaders for Music and Performing Arts students and public performances open to all. With live performance sidelined in 2020/21, the master class was transformed to include access to never-before published archival footage from Monterey Jazz Festival performances and interviews (coupled with MJF executives joining in class on Zoom for behind the scenes Q-and-A sessions) providing a course offered nowhere else in the world. We were thrilled to welcome live jazz back to campus in 2021 with Jazz After Hours.  We invite you share in the 2022 Educational Showcase in memory and celebration of the late Dr. Robert N. Danziger.