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81. National Ensemble's Future Brightening
Apart from Nikkanen, conductor James Judd and Gerard Schwarz, violinist Karen Gomyoand pianist william wolfram are among the big names who have accepted the
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National Ensemble's Future Brightening After more than seven months of preparation, Chinese-American conductor Li Xiaolu finally kicked off his debut season with China National Symphony Orchestra Sunday evening at the National Library Concert Hall. The opening concert featured American violinist Kurt Nikkanen, one of a dozen international acclaimed artists on contract with the US Columbia Record Company invited by Li to perform this season. The 38-year-old Nikkanen, one of America's fastest-rising violin soloists, played Max Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor to the audience's applause. The First Violin Concerto is the piece that gives composer Max Bruch (1838-1920) his lasting legacy. It is by far his most popular piece.

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in Paris; Catfish Row, Symphonic Suite from Porgy and Bess; and the Piano Concertoand Rhapsody in Blue with American pianist william wolfram, Bronze Medal

83. William Wolfram - Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
A versatile recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician, American pianistWilliam wolfram has garnered the respect of musicians and the acclaim of
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William Wolfram
A versatile recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician, American pianist William Wolfram has garnered the respect of musicians and the acclaim of critics across the country. His professional appearances include performances with the San Francisco, Indianapolis, Dallas, Milwaukee, Minnesota, New Jersey and National Symphonies, to name a few. A champion of contemporary music, he maintains close ties with many of today's most prominent composers. Mr. Wolfram is a featured pianist in the film documentary of the 1986 Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition. For more information on this artist, visit this site

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Thursday and Saturday evenings; 8 p.m. at the Eastman Theatre Wegmans WPOP Series
Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. at the Eastman Theatre PAETEC Communications Symphony 101 Series
Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the Performance Hall at Hochstein, with repeat performances on Sunday afternoons at 2 p.m. in Hale Auditorium in the Roberts Cultural Life Center at Roberts Wesleyan College.

84. The Independent Weekly: Eight Days A Week
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: Yasmine White Cat's Cradle : Black Rebel Motorcycle Club with Warlocks Cave : 7:30 pm: Dave Wright; 10 pm: Gripweed Manifold Club Lime Light Miercoles De Mambo with DJ Luis Club 9 : DJ Chela Gino Russo's : DJ dance party with Robert White Go! Room 4 : The Like Young with Rizzudo Irregardless Library : All Request Digital DJ Lincoln Theatre : Southern Championship Wrestling MVP's : Keith's Jam Nightlight : The Lascivious Biddies Open Eye : D-Tour Pour House : Raisinhill Six String Sullivan's : Gregg Gelb Jazz Trio W.B. Yeats : Suspended Principles West End : Fishing for Your Girlfriend CONCERTS Dave Matthews Band : 7 pm: With Donovan Frankenreiter Band . Alltel Pavilion, 3801 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 831-6666. $35 and $52.50. Thu, Sep 18
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86. Santa Rosa Symphony / What's New? / Santa Rosa Symphony Announces 2000-2001 Seas
The subscription season begins in October (14, 15 16) with the brilliant Americanpianist william wolfram performing Chopin s Piano Concerto No.1. To help
Santa Rosa Symphony Announces
2000-2001 Season
  • Music Director Jeffrey Kahane to perform and conduct all five Beethoven Piano Concerti Ken Frazelle pens world premiere First Annual "Festival on the Green" to be held in Summer 2000 New theater seats at the Luther Burbank Center Superb line-up of bright young artists
The Santa Rosa Symphony announces its 2000-2001 season under Music Director Jeffrey Kahane, who will lead six of seven subscription programs, as well as conduct and perform all five Beethoven Piano Concerti over two special non-subscription concert evenings on November 1 and 3, 2000. Kahane stated, "This is the second of our three-year "survey" (albeit of necessity a highly selective one) of twentieth-century music. We move on from the first third of the century to focus largely on the middle decades, beginning with an encore performance of a work we played at the very beginning of my tenure here: Prokofiev's mighty and life-affirming Fifth Symphony." A prelude to the subscription season, the first annual Festival on the Green will begin a new tradition of music, art and ideas in Sonoma County and the west. The festival will be held on July 4th and August 5th, 2000 by the lakes at Sonoma State University.

87. Susan Fancher
wolfram wrote several excellent pieces for that ensemble and Bernd Gottinger, topianist Yoko Yamada he studied composition with M. william Karlins, Pauline
Susan Fancher Sings and Screams Music for Saxophone Works by Steve Reich, Giacinto Scelsi, Mark Engebretson, Ben Johnston, Wolfram Wagner, and Alexander Wagendristel New York Counterpoint (1986/1995) by Steve Reich/tr. S. Fancher Susan Fancher, soprano and alto saxophones Mark Engebretson, tenor and baritone saxophones Track 1 I. Track 2 II. Track 3 III. Tre pezzi (1956) by Giacinto Scelsi for soprano saxophone Track 4 I. Track 5 II. Dolce, meditativo Track 6 III. Track 7 She Sings, She Screams (1995) by Mark Engebretson for alto saxophone and tape Track 8 Ponder Nothing by Ben Johnston/tr. S. Fancher for alto saxophone Sonata (1995) by Wolfram Wagner for alto saxophone and piano Yoko Yamada, piano Track 9 I. Variations Track 10 II. Intermezzo 1: Scherzo Track 11 III. Intermezzo 2: Nocturne Track 12 IV. Track 13 Saxoscope (1994) by Alexander Wagendristel for alto saxophone Total duration 69:47 New York Counterpoint Ponder Nothing is published by Smith Publications. She Sings, She Screams and Saxoscope are published by Apoll Editions, Vienna. Produced by Mark Engebretson.

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90. National Review: Bin Browsing - Sound Recordings - Buyers Guide
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The record stores are bulging, as usual, and, again as usual, they are offering a mixture of the old-which is to say, the reissued-and the new-which is to say, the freshly recorded. Being conservatives, we will start with the old. Beverly Sills is thought of today mainly as a celebrity, but she was a formidable singer. We see this in the re-release of her "Three Queens" (on Deutsche Grammophon) and in a delightful new anthology, delightfully entitled Sillsiana (from Gala). The three queens are those of Donizetti-in Anna Bolena, Maria Stuarda, and Roberto Devereux-and they helped establish Sills as a queen of bel canto. These discs bring it all back: the clarity, the silvery tones, the head-spinning technique. On top of everything else, Sills had a sure musical sense, informing everything she did. She has been rather underrepresented on CD-this new crop is a recompense. The broad from Brooklyn was an artist. EMI has reissued the complete symphonies of Vaughan Williams, along with several of his other orchestral works, conducted by Adrian Boult. The recordings come in a box of eight CDs. Boult was one of a grand triumvirate of British conductors, with Thomas Beecham and John Barbirolli. He had a lifelong association with Vaughan Williams; indeed, he premiered many of the composer's works. These recordings are, of course, authoritative, but they are also on the blunt side. Boult's Vaughan Williams is less probing than, for example, Barbirolli's-less reflective, less beautiful, less Mahlerian, in a way. But they have their own excellence, and it is good to have all this Vaughan Williams-a superb corpus-under one roof.

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James Judd leads Minnesota Orchestra in Brahms’s Symphony No. 3;pianistWilliam wolfram performs Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1.

94. ISO Will Open New Season With Schubert In September
Oct. 29 and 30 Berlioz s Symphonie Fantastique, Liszt s Totentanz with pianistWilliam wolfram, and Red Cape Tango from Michael Daugherty s Metropolis
ISO will open new season with Schubert in September
The Eroica Trio is featured in Beethoven's "Triple Concerto" with the ISO June 17 and 18. Submitted photo
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Subscriptions to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's 2004-05 season will go on sale Monday.
Classical subscriptions will range from $132 to $1,071. Pops subscriptions will range from $104 to $494. Family Series subscriptions range from $45 to $98 for adults, $21 to $54 for children.
Call the ISO subscription office, (317) 236-2040. Single tickets will go on sale to the public on Sept. 7. For information or tickets, call (317) 639-4300. March 7, 2004 CLASSICAL SERIES ISO music director Mario Venzago conducts unless noted. Sept. 18 and 19: Schubert's "Unfinished" Symphony, as finished by Mario Venzago, and his "Wanderer Fantasy" with pianist Anastasia Voltchok, and a new work by Indianapolis composer James Beckel. Sept. 30-Oct. 2:

95. MET Re-orchestrations
MET 1221CB - 211 Timp, Hp. RACHMANINOFF Performed by the Jupiter Symphony, WilliamWolfram, pianist. Piano Concerto N1 orig 2222 - 423 Timp, Perc, Str.
BRAHMS Hungarian Dances N3 and N10
Performed by the Naumburg Orchestra. Lukas Foss, Conductor.
CHOPIN Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante
Performed by the Jupiter Symphony, Ilana Vered, Soloist.
MAHLER Ruckert Lieder
Performed by the Jupiter Symphony, William Sharp, Baritone.
  • Ich Atmet einen Linden Duft
    orig. Winds: 1111 - 202
    MET: 1111 - 2
  • Um Mitternacht
    orig: 2-d'Amore-22-CB - 2221 Timp, Hp.
    MET: 1221-CB - 211 Timp, Hp.
Performed by the Jupiter Symphony, William Wolfram, Pianist.
  • Piano Concerto N1
    orig: 2222 - 423 Timp, Perc, Str.
    MET: 2222 - 311 Timp, Perc, Str.
  • Vocalise Op. 34
    orig: 22-EH-22 - 2
    MET: 2222 - 2
J.STRAUSS Tales from the Vienna Woods and others.
Performed by the Jupiter Symphony and the Amadeus Virtuosi.
Trial by Jury
Performed in Cincinnati, Maria Elena Tobon Conducting.
orig: 2221 - 222 Perc, Str.
MET: 1111 - 2 Perc, Str.
TCHEREPNIN Suite Populaire Russe
Performed by the Naumburg Orchestra. Percussion down to three players.
Performed by the Jupiter Symphony, Jens Nygaard Conductor. With permission and approval of the composer.

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Four Humors also appeared on the Marblehead Festival in 1994 with pianist WilliamWolfram and Chester Brezniak and again at the Crane School of Music in 1997
Elizabeth Walton Vercoe, composer SELECTED WORKS
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Four Humors for clarinet and piano was commissioned by the Music Teachers' National Association for premiere at the annual conference of the Massachusetts Chapter in October, 1992. The piece was begun in Concord, Massachusetts and completed at the Palenville Interarts Colony in the mountains of New York state. The piece contains several opportunities for solo clarinet improvisation and has various rhythmic and harmonic echoes of blues, particularly in the third movement. The second movement is a moto perpetuo for the piano. The last movement is expansive and joyous. The four movements are titled Phlegmatic, Choleric, Melancholy, and Sanguine, titles derived from the four humors described in Greek physiology. The music was written specifically for premiere by classical and jazz clarinetist Chester Brezniak accompanied by the composer. The two musicians also performed the piece at the New School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on WGBH-FM in Boston, and at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire. Four Humors also appeared on the Marblehead Festival in 1994 with pianist William Wolfram and Chester Brezniak and again at the Crane School of Music in 1997 with clarinetist Alan Woy and pianist David Heinick. In 2002 Chester Brezniak and Jeffrey Chappell performed the piece at the New School of Music. They have also recorded it for release on a Centaur compact disc.

97. Colorado College } News/Events
PH, free June 22, 3 pm Beethoven concertos benefit concert Ironman pianist WilliamWolfram performs the third and fourth Beethoven concertos backto-back, an

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News Releases ... CC News Contacts Calendar of Events: Summer 2003 For more information on a particular event, media may call the Office of College Relations, (719) 389-6603. The public should call the college’s Events and Entertainment Line, (719) 389-6606. On-campus locations are noted by a two-letter abbreviation that is keyed to a list at the end. A calendar of Colorado College sporting events is available on the Athletics home page. Tickets for events requiring them are available at the Worner Center information desk call 719-389-6607 for more.
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An Evening in Magical IndiaStewart House: Classical dance of India by Ranjanaa Devi and Namrita Singh. Devi is an internationally known dancer ( emphasizing the
Odissi style, which uses elaborate costumes, thrilling percussive rhythms and tinkling ankle bells to impart an understanding of the culture of India. Singh earned a scholarship from the Women's Educational Society of CC. Proceeds from this event go to the WES. A dinner reception featuring Indian cuisine and music will be hosted by CC president Richard F. Celeste and his wife, Jacqueline Lundquist.
president's residence, Colorado College, 1228 Wood Ave. Benefit $60, partially tax- deductible

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Soloists have included violinist Hilary Hahn, pianists Claude Frank and WilliamWolfram and two time Grammy award winning pianist, John Browning.

99. - The Classical Music Network
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100. CD Baby: MARA PURL & MARILYN HARRIS: A Koto Keys Christmas - Hear And Buy It At
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