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1. Teresa Walters
Award Winning Classical pianist



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Tamas Erdi, pianist. Angela Brownridge, pianist. Gwhyneth Chen, pianist Eleonore Paul, pianist. Sergio Barer, pianist. teresa walters, pianist. Michelle Chen Kuo, pianist. Mark Zeltser
*Please click on the artist's name (bold letters) to find out more info. INSTRUMENTALISTS Tamas Erdi, Pianist
Angela Brownridge, Pianist

Gwhyneth Chen, Pianist
Ji-Eun Kang, Pianist

Eleonore Paul, Pianist
Sergio Barer, Pianist

Teresa Walters, Pianist
Michelle Chen Kuo, Pianist
Mark Zeltser, Pianist
Olga Gurevich, Piano Duo Larry Phillips, Harpsichordist Rafael Puyana, Harpsichordist Larry Phillips, Organist Sergei Kalinin, Violist Barnabas Kelemen, Violinist* Miklos Szenthelyi, Violinist Joo Young Oh, Violinist ... BARTOK QUARTET* Peter Komlos, 1. Violin Geza Hargitai, 2. Violin Geza Nemeth, Viola Laszlo Mezo, Violoncello THE KODALY QUARTET Attila Falvay, Violin Tamas Szabo, Violin

3. Renaissance Play 1999
Emily Evashevski. teresa Binger. Lindsay Bishop Jamie Sword. Rebecca walters. Michelle Warren Shan Brown, Vocal Music. Elaine MacDonald, pianist. Back to the Drama Page
A Renaissance Celebration to Drive the Dark Away 1999 Madrigal Singers Emily Evashevski Teresa Binger Lindsay Bishop Liz Elliot Krista Huskey Ms. Michelle LaTocha Casey McKinnon Laura Matelski Michelle Moses Lacy Piippo Keely Robare Mrs. Bev Schmidt Sarah Springsteen Jamie Sword Rebecca Walters Michelle Warren Lisa Wheeler Morris Dancers Emily Evashevski Teresa Binger Liz Elliot Krista Huskey Casey McKinnon Michelle Moses Lacy Piipo Keely Robare Sarah Springsteen Jamie Sword Rebecca Walters Michelle Warren Lisa Wheeler Mumming Play Mike Evashevski Matt Serwach Michelle Warren Chris Paquin Josh Horton Richard Trester Jeff Brown Andy Krause Mr. Skip Schmidt Nikki Sorenson Laura Matelski Liz Elliot Musicians Greg Belonga Ron Corwin Andrew Pope Sarah Springsteen Erica Litzner Lacy Piippo Mrs. Frances Moses Lindsay Bishop Jamie Sword Matt Serwach Saturn and the Dragons Laura Matelski Teresa Binger Liz Elliot Krista Huskey Casey McKinnon Michelle Moses Lacy Piipo Keely Robare Richard Trester Lindsay Bishop Rebecca Walters Michelle Warren Lisa Wheeler Antler Dancers Jeff Brown Mike Evashevski Josh Horton Andy Krause Mr. Rick Ledy

4. DDM Twentieth Century
George F. Boyle pianist, Teacher, Composer. D.M.A walters, teresa. Nadia Boulanger, Musician and Teacher Her Life, Concepts, and Influences
School of Music

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN 47405 TWENTIETH CENTURY
from Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology , 2d International Edition (1984) and
Doctoral Dissertations in Musicology , 2d Series, 2d Cumulative Edition (1996)
with updates and corrections (An asterisk following the DDM code indicates a dissertation in progress) Historical Musicology Art and Music
    Archabal, Nina Marchetti.
      Carl Ruggles: An Ultramodern Composer as Painter.
      Ph.D., Musicology, University of Minnesota, 1979. 273 p.
        DDM Code: 71arArcN; DA no.: 40/06:2966; RILM no.: 79:3928dd; UM no.: 79-26090 Greer, Thomas H.
          Music and Its Relation to Futurism, Cubism, Dadaism, and Surrealism, 1905 to 1950.
          Ph.D., Musicology, North Texas State University, 1969. ix, 491 p. plts., append., bibliog.
            Research director: Cecil Adkins
            DDM Code: 71arGreT; DA no.: RILM no.: 76:16134dd; UM no.: 69-13,218 Smith, R. L.
              Debussy's Association with the Visual Arts.
              Ph.D., Musicology, University of York.
                DDM Code: 71arSmiR*; DA no.: RILM no.: UM no.:
                Bauer, Glen Alan.

5. Teresa Walters - Teresa's Travelogues
Diary of a Concert pianist. I am the only concert pianist they haveever heard, and I played the only piano they have ever seen.
Diary of a Concert Pianist Click on images for larger photographs Dear Readers: I keep a Concert Tour diary during my travels, and have decided to share with you some of its highlights. After my recent Lincoln Center recital in New York, I wanted this season to be filled with the greatest possible variety of performance experiences. I can't include every concert, because this will be a season that takes me literally around the globe, to solo with symphonies as far away as Bombay, and play my South American debut in Brazil. I will perform "from sea to shining sea" here in the U.S. and travel to the extremities of North America for performances in Canada and Mexico. I will play for royalty in the most opulent palaces of Europe and for audiences in the poorest regions of India. I'll include pictures when I can, and share some of the experiences along the way that make a life of music-making such a great calling. Welcome to my Concert Tour Diary! August 2000 - Lake Country, NJ: This is time of physical and psychological preparation for the coming concert season. I spend this time at our Lakehouse and practice in a converted Boathouse at the water's edge. My audiences here are swans, herons, ducks, kingfishers, turtles, muskrats, and any other creature who chooses to sail by. The wildlife have grown accustomed to my presence and consider beautiful piano music to be a natural component of their environment.

6. Teresa Walters - Feature Articles
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World-Renowned Pianist Performs Performing Arts Highlights 2003-2004 Music of Comfort and Joy "American Pianist Performs Russian Music" World-Renowned Pianist Performs Performing Arts Highlights 2003-2004 Music of Comfort and Joy "American Pianist Performs Russian Music" ... Music And The Church

7. Teresa Walters Performs At The Cumberland County Playhouse
pianist teresa walters Opens 2004 Music Series. “One of the world’smost significant pianists.” Review, Austrian National Television.
Pianist Teresa Walters Opens 2004 Music Series
Review, Austrian National Television
Fanfare Magazine
American Record Guide
Miss Walters program for her evening in Crossville will feature three of the top ten Romantic piano pieces: The Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op.18 by Rachmaninoff; Hungarian Fantasy by Liszt; and the Concerto No 1 in B-flat minor, Op. 23 by Tchaikovsky. “She is wonderful at explaining the roots of the music she plays and making her audiences feel at home with her selections,” said Janet Kluender, CCP Business Manager. “I think our audience will be particularly impressed by the big pieces, the big sounds, the stacked and double stacked chords Miss Walters offers up with ease." Walters is a tall, statuesque performer with an expansive reach of the keys which enables her to make the most of the minor chords and nationalistic themes that characterize the Romantic movement in music. For ticket information contact the Cumberland County Playhouse Box Office at 931-484-5000.

8. The Wartburg Trumpet
While speaking with pianist teresa walters, the next performer in the Artist Series, one can immediately sense how MUSIC FROM THE SOULteresa walters will play the piano in the
Pianist to play Liszt music
Layout Assistant While speaking with pianist Teresa Walters, the next performer in the Artist Series, one can immediately sense how much she loves her career.
MUSIC FROM THE SOUL-Teresa Walters will play the piano in the next Artist Series performance Saturday at 8 p.m.
"'Playing the piano' is an appropriate term," Walters said. "It really is play. It doesn't feel like work." But for every second she performs, Walters has spent countless hours perfecting each phrase in the music of Franz Liszt. Liszt, a composer from the Romantic period, is known for his challenging and dramatic piano music. Walters said for her, it is a passionate display of poetry from the soul. "I'm still exploring the richness of his pieces," she said. "To me, his music has everything. It is beautifully designed for the hands." Walters said the journey of performing Liszt's music all over the world is the most fulfilling part of her career. Her music has taken her from a Nebraska farm, where she randomly played a song from the radio on her grandmother's piano at the age of four, to Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore to earn a doctorate, to touring Europe as the first American to play in recitals honoring Liszt's birthday. In her travels, Walters encounters "signs" and coincidences which convince her that playing the piano is her calling.

9. Le Moyne College Office Of Communications
Le Moyne College Presents pianist teresa walters in Concert. … LeMoyne College presents internationally acclaimed pianist teresa

10. Le Moyne College Office Of Communications
Wednesday, October 16, 8 pm, Grewen Auditorium teresa walters, piano walters,an internationally acclaimed pianist, is widely considered to be one of the

11. Welcome To
concert pianist. walters, teresa pianist noted for interpretationof music by Franz Liszt, including sacred pieces. Wass, Ashley
Pianist Classical Pianist Adami, Mirsa - sound clips, biography, and concert schedule for this Albanian pianist.
Albulescu, Eugene
- provides information on the Romanian pianist and educator. Includes performances, discography, and reviews.
Aleksander, Adam
- bio, sound clips, and contact information for the Canadian pianist.
Alexeev, Sasha
- Russian-born composer and classically trained pianist who blends contemporary, New Age sounds into his music.
Alvarez, Carmen
- biography, current projects, sound clips, photos, and more for the pianist from Uruguay.
Anderszewski, Piotr
- provides information on the Polish-born pianist.
Argerich, Martha

Ashkenazy, Vladimir

Astriab, Lou
- provides information on the American pianist.
Ax, Emanuel

Babinsky, Margarete
- provides biography, sound clips, photos, reviews, discography, and more for the Austrian pianist. Badura-Skoda, Paul

12. High Point University -- News
E. and Pauline Lewis Hayworth Fine Arts Center at High Point University will presentthe internationally acclaimed concert pianist teresa walters in recital on

13. Canisius College - News And Events
ArtsCanisius Presents Acclaimed pianist. Theresa walters to perform Sunday, October 19 ArtsCanisius presents internationally acclaimed pianist teresa walters on Sunday, October 19 at

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2003 - 2004 Season Sunday, October 5 / 7:00 pm / MCC
The Canisius Trio Ansgarius Aylward, violin
Bryan Eckenrode, cello
Persis Vehar, piano Sunday, October 19 / 7:00 pm / MCC
Teresa Walters, piano
Tickets: $10 general admission / $5 students Internationally acclaimed pianist Teresa Walters is widely considered to be one of the world's most uniquely gifted virtuoso pianists. In recent seasons, Teresa Walters has performed as recitalist and orchestral soloist on six continents and in most of the 50 United States. The program includes works by Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, and Liszt. Sunday, November 9 / 2:00 pm / MCC

16. Campus Communique Volume II, Issue 10
special guest. pianist teresa walters will be playing at the Universityon Thursday, Feb. 17, at 730 pm in the Seay Theatre. Her
Volume 2 Issue # 10 Monday, February 7, 2000 Back to Main... Campus News
Come By and Check Out the Graphic Designs of Lyn Brands Wallace
Artist of the Month in Stephens Gallery


Walton Arts and Idea Series presents Robert Post: Here In America at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Seay Theatre.
Robert Post is part actor, comedian, dancer and juggler. He is a one-man variety show. Post uses a little bit of comedy, theatre, dialects, mimes and even spontaneous dialogue
to entertain his audience.
It is an original form of entertainment you don't want to miss. Admission is $10 for the public and free to U of O students, faulty, and staff.
Smith-Broyles Science Center, Room 129, there will be a chance to learn some interesting things about the world of science.
Dr. Tamera Jahnke, Professor of Chemistry at Southwest Missouri State University will be giving a lecture entitled, “Women in Science: From Laura Bassi to the Nobel Prize Winners.”

17. The Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra Presents: The Language Of The Keys
Highlights of this performance will include teresa walters, pianist LisztHungarian Fantasy. RimskyKorsakov The Tzar’s Bride, Overture.
Calendar of Events The Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra Presents .... The Language of the Keys Highlights of this performance will include: Teresa Walters, Pianist
Liszt: Hungarian Fantasy Rimsky-Korsakov
The Tzar’s Bride, Overture Tchaikovsky
Symphony No. 5 One Performance on Saturday, April 24th, 2004 at 8:00 PM This performance will be held at the Capitol Civic Centre.
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18. Flambeau Valley Arts Association
20012002 The Spencers, Illusionists teresa walters, pianist Eau Claire ChamberOrchestra Neal and Leandra, Folk Singers Minnesota Ballet Company Bella Duo
Flambeau Valley Arts Association
PO Box 343
Ladysmith, WI 54848
Contact: Anna Marie Eitenmiller
Email: Not-for-profit Disciplines Presented
  • Dance Music Opera/Musical Theater Theater Emphasis – multi-disciplinary
Facilities and Capacity
Series Information
Market events through series subscription campaign: Yes
Events booked: 8 months to two years in advance
Events booked on short notice (1-3 months): No
Months in which do event planning: October through early January
Months in which present: September through April Number of events presented per year: Artists The Spencers, Illusionists Teresa Walters, pianist Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra Neal and Leandra, Folk Singers Minnesota Ballet Company Bella Duo, flute and harp The Foothills Brass Quintet Laser Vaudeville Chicago Voice Exchange Common Ground David Hause, harpist Stardust Michael Lauziere Lauren Pelton The Berrymans Peaceful Women Julie Rivers River CitySix This page last updated

Daniel Surma, piano; alumnae Alice Cate, mezzosoprano, and teresa Shine, pianist;and students Victoria walters, flutist; Rachel Bronkhorst, clarinetist
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20. Religious Piano Collections
EZ Piano fro JAZZ KIDZ (Intermediate), teresa Wilhelmi, 18W, Complete Church pianistover 200 pages (Intermediate Ministries (Advanced), Bob walters, 13, $ 16.50.


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Level 2 Level 3 BASTIEN OLDER BEGINNER LIBRARY Religious Favorites (Pre Grade One) Book 1 Beginner (Duet Op.) Book 2 Martha Mier $ 8.95 each Glover Christian Piano Lib. arr. Sid Richardson Level 4 Level 5 Hymn Reflections Level 6 $ 8.50 each Beginner Praise Volume 1 Beginner Praise Volume 2 Beginner Praise Volume 3 Praise Piano Praise Piano Volume 2 Intermediate Praise Ellen Banks Elwell Praise Songs arranged for Beginners to Intermediate Level 1 Level 1 Level 1-2 Level 3-4 Level 3-4 Level 5-6 $ 17.95 each Catholic Hymns for Young Pianist Massoud Book 1 Early Middle C with Teacher Duets Five Finger Piano : Bible Songs Gospel Songs Majestic Hymns Beginners Level Pieces with Duet Accompaniments Level 1 $ 10.95 each Beginners Level One with Duet Accompaniments Level 1 Abide With Me - 19 Hymns Specifically for Funerals (Inter-Adv.) Michael Thomas Above All - 15 Classic Praise Songs (Inter-Adv.)

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