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41. - 45th Annual GRAMMY Awards - February 23, 2003 8PM ET/PT CBS
violinist vadim gluzman, who plays on the Stradivari exLeopold Auer loaned to him by the society, compares playing the instrument to driving a Lamborghini

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GRAMMY Magazine - November 20, 2002 Matches Made In (Violin) Heaven
Stradivari Society connects patrons, players and world-class violins
Dave Helland Geoffrey Fushi is a renaissance man with a touch of P.T. Barnum. Adept in both scholarship and showmanship, equally at home in the worlds of art and business, he is also the man with the multi-million dollar violins who knows how to put on a good show. Recently he traveled to China with $15 million worth of violins: one for each movement of Vivaldi's Four Seasons that was performed by the leading Chinese concert violinist, Siqing Lu, who was presented with the one of the instruments. The televised concert was seen by hundreds of millions of people. "Seeing that the best player gets the best instrument, that's something that is known and understood around the world about the Stradivari Society," explains Fushi. "If a person is associated with the society it means that they are someone of special merit."

42. Korean Concert Society
Schnarch, Nam Yoon Kim, vadim gluzman, Petru Munteanu, and Victor Danchenko. Tikhon Khrennikov once called Hyuk Joo as “a next generation violinist who will
P.O. Box 60341, Potomac, Maryland 20859 About Us History Audition Artists ... Contact Us Violinist Hyuk Joo Kwun Selected for 2004 Recitalist Violinist Hyuk Joo Kwun has been selected to be the Society's 2004 recitalist. Korean-born Hyuk Joo has been attending the Moscow State Conservatoire (named after P.I. Tchaikovsky) since 1995. He is currently studying violin with Edouard Grach at the Conservatoire. He started playing violin at the age of three and gave his first public performance at four. He won the Grand Prize at the Korean Music Journal Competition and was accepted into the Junior Division of Seoul Arts School at the age of six Since he started to attend Moscow State Conservatoire, he has been selected to appear as a soloist with Moscow National Symphony Orchestra every year from 1996 through 1999. In 2001 through 2003, he participated in Keshet Eilon Violin Master Classes in Israel and studied with the world's top violinists and teachers including Schlomo Mintz, Ida Haendel, Thomas Brandis, Mila Vitek, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Ani Schnarch, Nam Yoon Kim, Vadim Gluzman, Petru Munteanu, and Victor Danchenko.

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45. Omaha Symphony News Release
The concert includes Berlioz’s symphony and features violinist vadim gluzman in Edouard Lalo’s Symphonie Espagnole. Berlioz’ Fantasy A poor and

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Neighborhood concert: Salem Baptist and Christ Community choirs with the Symphony, May 24 and 25
Omaha Symphony Gets Religion
OMAHA, Neb. (May 3, 2002) - The "good news" gets better when the Omaha Symphony teams up with two of the city's best known gospel choirs.
Salem Baptist's Voices of Victory and Christ Community's adult choir join the region's premier orchestra for two neighborhood gospel concerts, taking place Friday, May 24, 7:30 p.m. at Christ Community Church and Saturday, May 25, 7:30 p.m. at Salem Baptist Church.
The symphony's final neighborhood concert of the 2001-2002 season features the patriotic "Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "America The Beautiful" as well as classical works alongside new and familiar gospel songs.
Soloists include Omaha Symphony principal trumpet Steve Erickson on Haydn's Concerto for Trumpet and cellist Patrice Jackson on Elgar's Concerto for Violincello. Jackson is a first place winner of the Sphinx Competition, a national competition of young black and latino string players.
"The Neighborhood Concert series takes orchestral music out of the concert hall and into the community," said Omaha Symphony Resident Conductor Ernest Richardson. "Joining with churches in west and north Omaha makes this gospel concert a true city-wide event."

46. 1921-2001: Omaha Symphony's 80th Anniversary Season
Fantastique! Fri., May 17 Sat., May 18, 2002 Victor Yampolsky, conductor * vadim gluzman, violinist Lalo Symphony Espanol Berlioz Symphony Fantastique Archives/032801.html
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A New Season: 2001-2002
Headliners include Pinchas Zukerman, Marvin Hamlisch, Arlo Guthrie, and Manhattan Transfer
Omaha On Thursday, the Omaha Symphony announced the programming for the Omaha Symphony's
2001-2002 season.
The new season, beginning in September 2001, features a unique line-up of guest artists and music, including: internationally renowned violinist Pinchas Zukerman, acclaimed supergroup Manhattan Transfer, 60s pop icon Arlo Guthrie, Grammy winning songwriter Marvin Hamlisch, returning audience favorites like pianist Boris Berman, and hot new artists such as cellist Scott Kluksdahl and pianist Orli Shaham, Omaha Symphony Music Director Victor Yampolsky said. Yampolsky Yampolsky said the symphony is preparing a slew of special events and education programs for the next season, as well as the dynamic performances in the orchestra's main concert series: MasterWorks, SuperPops and Chamber Orchestra. Yampolsky , along with Resident Conductor Ernest Richardson , are returning to lead the orchestra.

47. USC: USC TIMES: Short Article Title
11, 2001, and to their families and friends. violinist vadim gluzman also will perform with the symphony at the concert set for 730 pm in the Koger Center.
USC THIS SITE USC Symphony to perform new work by USC composer
By Larry Wood The USC Symphony will present the world premiere of a new composition by John Fitz Rogers of the School of Music at its concert Nov. 21.
"The Arc of Winter" is dedicated to the victims of Sept. 11, 2001, and to their families and friends. Violinist Vadim Gluzman also will perform with the symphony at the concert set for 7:30 p.m. in the Koger Center.
"It is often said that music can express thoughts and emotions that words and images cannot. Yet I doubt that anything I might ever compose could begin to voice the shock, sadness, and anger we all felt after the events of September 11, 2001," said Rogers, an assistant professor of composition. "I wrote 'The Arc of Winter' as a simple song of grief, at times anguished and choked, at other moments hopeful, even optimistic."
Rogers composed the piece for the orchestra’s string section and solo clarinet. "I didn’t want the piece to be some grand statement about the tragic events of 9/11," he said. "I thought that it should be something more quiet and more intimate.
"The strings all speak with one voice, yet there’s a solo lamenting clarinet set against that. I was able, in a philosophical way, to get the best of both worlds: both a public and an individual expression of grief."

48. USC Symphony 2003-04
Piano Concerto No. 1, op. 15; March 23, 2004, virtuoso violinist vadim gluzman performs Dvorak’s Violin concerto, op. 53; April 20
USC THIS SITE USC Symphony announces 2003-04 season The USC Symphony Orchestra has announced a seven-performance season for 2003-04, with Donald Portnoy conducting. Performances will take place at 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted, and will be held at the Koger Center for the Arts. For tickets, call 251-2222.
The 2003-04 schedule is:
  • Piano Concerto No. 1, op. 23
  • Concerto for Percussion and Orchestra and Nicholas Walker performs his own composition for string bass, Pop Song
  • Messiah with soloists and chorus
  • Apollon musagete, and the Columbia Classical Ballet
  • Piano Concerto No. 1, op. 15
  • Violin concerto, op. 53
  • Scottish Fantasy, op. 46 , and the famous Chinese composition Butterfly Concerto
Marina Lomazov
Nicholas Walker Columbia Classical Ballet Richard Ormrod Xui Wei 2003 University of South Carolina Board of Trustees

49. Lucy Baker - Violinist
19992001, Ida Haendel, Shlomo Mintz, vadim gluzman, Herman Krebbers, Gorgy Pauk, Zvi Zeitlin, Lorand Fenyves, Haim Taub, Thomas Brandis, Viktor Danchenko, Atis
Education and Teachers
Royal College of Music (PGDip) Dr Itzhak Rashkovsky Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel Mr Igor Oistrakh Royal College of Music (BMus) - 1st Class Ms Ani Schnarch Royal College of Music, Junior Department Ms Ani Schnarch
Ms Judith Young
Solo with Orchestra experience
Bruch Concerto No.1 in G Major Redhill Sinfonia
- Harlequin Theatre, Redhill Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending Amadeus Orchestra
- Bath Abbey
- Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford Glazunov Concerto No.1 in A minor Royal College of Music Sinfonietta Prokofiev Concerto No.1 in D Major Redhill Sinfonia Beethoven Romance in F Guildford Symphony Orchestra
- Civic Hall, Guildford Vivaldi 'Spring', The Four Seasons Guildford High School Orchestra Wieniawski Concerto No. 2 in D minor Guildford Symphony Orchestra
Solo / Duo Recitals
with Yumi Toyama, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam with Tali Morgulis, Tel Aviv, Center for Performing Arts Numerous concerts at the Royal College of Music also duo recitals to raise money for the National Asthma Campaign, UK
Chamber Music Highlights
Bowen String Quartet - recital and masterclasses with Milan Skampa at the Royal College of Music Bowen String Quartet - performance for 90th Birthday of Malcolm Arnold at the Royal College of Music Fiorente Piano Quartet - performances at the National Gallery and the Royal College of Music Baker Piano Quartet - performance for Her Majesty the Queen at the Royal College of Music
Recent Orchestral Roles
Trials Royal Opera House Hallé Orchestra Leading Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra

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Derevianko. Extensive collaboration with violinist vadim gluzman brought her to the important music festivals worldwide. She was
Shlomo Mintz Cihat Askin Born in Istanbul, Cihat Askin studied with Ayhan Turan at the Turkish State Music Conservatory of Istanbul Technical University, graduating in 1989. He completed his studies in London, working with Rodney Friend at the Royal College of Music and Yfrah Neaman at City University (1992-96, doctorate program). Winner of the Istanbul Philharmonic Society Award, he participated in the Menuhin International Violin Competition in Folkstone, where he was named best interpreter of Bartok. He was also awarded the Outstanding Merit Prize in the Carl Flesch Violin Competition. A noted promoter and broadcaster of modern Turkish music, he has recorded extensively for Hungaroton, Kalan Muzik/Discovery, Meridian, CPO and UPR Classics. Cihat Askin is professor of violin and head of strings at the Turkish State Music Conservatory. Vadim Gluzman One of the most dynamic and compelling violinists of his generation, Vadim Gluzman has appeared in Carnegie Hall with the Columbus Symphony and has performed, among others, with the Chicago, Cincinnati and Detroit Symphonies, M?nchen and Dresden Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and Tokyo Symphony under the batons of the late Yehudi Menuhin, Neeme Jarvi, James DePreist, Dmitri Kitajenko, and Junichi Hirokami. Born in the Ukraine , Gluzman moved to Israel in 1990. He has studied with Dorothy DeLay, Arkady Fomin, Zakhar Bron and Yair Kless. Winner of the prestigious Henryk Szeryng Foundation 1994 Career Award, he plays the 1690 “ex-Leopold Auer” Strad ivari on loan to him from the Strad ivari Society of Chicago. He has recorded for BIS and KOCH and is a faculty member of the Chicago College of the Performing Arts, Roosevelt University .

52. News
by vadim gluzman. vadim participated in the first Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse, and today is a a learning process on the road to becoming concert violinist.
Keshet Eilon welcomes responses about our project from participants, members of our audiences, visitors and supporters.
Following is a sample of such responses. April 12, 2002
Keshet Eilon and the Prophecy of Isaiah
by George B. Driesen If you glanced at your Jewish calendar before you came to synagogue this evening then you know that tonight bears a double blessing. Tonight is both erev Shabbat ? Shabbat evening, and erev Rosh Hodesh ? the evening of the first day of the new month of Iyyar. Rosh Hodesh is a holy day in its own right. To mark it, I would like to share with you an encounter with the divine in the universe that Sue and I experienced on Sunday three weeks ago.
Picture the setting: A magnificent, modern home, tastefully decorated, displaying numerous fine modern works of art, and set in a luxury neighborhood on the reverse slope of the Potomac River bluffs in nearby Virginia. One of the rooms is two stories high, very large, and rectangularly shaped. It is a gorgeous Sunday afternoon, and giant picture windows afford a stunning view of Virginia pines and open sky. Rows of chairs fill the room, except for the far end where there is a cleared space and a piano. A group of one hundred, including Israel's Ambassador to the United States and his wife, are seated.

53. Masterworks
5 and violinist vadim gluzman playing Bruch s Violin Concerto. The Seattle Times praises gluzman s fiddling and its sizzling levels of virtuosity. .
Kirk Trevor's 18th season as music director and conductor of the Knoxville Symphony and Chamber orchestras will mark his musical farewell and will feature many of his favorite masterworks and guest artists, as well as successor candidates who are vying for his place on the podium. Highlights of the 2002-2003 concert season include:
One-night-only season opening gala showcasing international violin superstar Midori.
Conducting performances by four highly qualified music director candidates.
Trevor's third and final performance of a Knoxville favorite - Verdi's renowned Requiem.
Virtuoso violinist Lara St. John in a return-by-popular-demand performance.
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medalist Olga Kern.
The 2002-03 concert season marks the 67th anniversary of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Masterworks series and the 22nd anniversary of the SunTrust Chamber Classics series. A variety of discounted season ticket packages are available. For season ticket information, call (865)291-3310 or visit the orchestra's Web site at

54. Masterworks
Miller will conduct the KSO and guest violinist vadim gluzman in Tchaikovsky s Symphony No. 5, Virgil Thompson s Suite from The
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra audiences will see David Alan Miller, the fourth candidate vying for the orchestra's music directorship, show his musical range when he takes the podium to conduct the KSO Masterworks concerts at the Tennessee Theatre Nov. 7-8. "In his 18 years as the KSO's music director and conductor, Kirk Trevor has had a huge role in making the KSO the cornerstone of music in East Tennessee," said Mark C. Hanson, KSO executive director. "We're looking at an incredibly talented group of finalists to find the right person to follow in his musical and leadership footsteps." Miller will conduct the KSO and guest violinist Vadim Gluzman in Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5, Virgil Thompson's Suite from "The Filling Station" and Bruch's Violin Concerto. Masterworks tickets range from $16 to $49 and are available by calling (865)291-3310 or by going online at Listeners also are encouraged to offer feedback on the candidates at the website. Frequently in demand as a guest conductor, Miller, 40, has established a reputation as one of the leading American conductors of his generation. He has led the Albany (N.Y.) Symphony Orchestra as its music director since 1992, combining educational programming, community outreach, recording initiatives and unusual repertoire to reaffirm the Albany Symphony's reputation as one of the nation's most innovative orchestras and one of the leading champions of American symphonic music.

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By Daily News February 20, 2004 AT THE PHIL For tickets or more information, contact customer service at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts at 597-1900 or log onto The Phil is located at 5833 Pelican Bay Blvd. The Naples Philharmonic Orchestra with Bruce Hangen conducting, performs "Pops 2: The Fielder Tradition" at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20 and 21; and at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21 and 22. Tickets are $60. Itzhak Perlman, Grammy Award-winning violinist, performs at 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22. Tickets are $69. The Miami City Ballet and the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra present "Miami City Ballet #2 — Giselle" at 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Feb. 24 and 25. Tickets are $46 ($28 for students.) Teatro Lirico D'Europa presents Verdi's "Rigoletto" in Italian with English subtitles at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26. The show is sold out.

56. Rhapsodies And Ravel
For this piece the orchestra was joined by violinist vadim gluzman, looking extremely dapper in a preferred dark lounge suit with a silver necktie.
Rhapsodies and Ravel North Shore Classic Series Venue : Centennial Theatre, North Vancouver Date : 3 March at 20.00
Conductor : Tania Miller Featured Performer : Vadim Gluzman, Violin Reviewer : John Jane When North Vancouverites get an opportunity to see a full-size symphony orchestra in their local Centennial Theatre, it's considered to be a huge treat. So it was no great surprise to have a near sell-out audience in the 750-seat auditorium to see the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra crammed on to its tiny stage. And a programme consisting mainly of compositions from Maurice Ravel would be regarded a bonus. Ravel was frequently compared to Claude Debussy and unfairly judged n imitator of his contemporary. This was a disservice to both men. I prefer Stravinsky's description of Ravel, who called him ‘"The Swiss Watchmaker," referring to his attention to detail. The concert started with the arrival of the youthful looking Tania Miller to the podium, wearing her trademark black ankle-length frockcoat. Ms Miller supplied the programme narrative in a light and informative style, and seemed to think it important to create a good-humoured rapport with the audience.

57. Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players 2003-2004 Season Calendar
and Tokyo String Quartets, will replace vadim gluzman. flute Robert Ingliss oboe vadim Lando clarinet Karl premièred by the legendary violinist, Joseph Joachim
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MICHAEL VOLPERT Music Advisor Flute: Barry Crawford Bassoon: Daniel Shelly Oboe: Robert Ingliss Cello: Chagit Glaser Clarinet: Vadim Lando Double Bass: Yong-Hao Pan Horn: Karl Kramer-Johansen Percussion: Charles Kiger
20-concert series:
Mondays at 2pm and 7:30pm
All performances, except where noted, are held at
Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church
152 West 66th Street, New York, NY 10023 Monday, Sept. 15, 2pm and 7:30pm
Philippe Quint violin
Lisa Shihoten violin
Xiao-Dong Wang viola
Melissa Reardon viola
Roman Mekinulov cello Chagit Glaser cello Barry Crawford flute Vadim Lando clarinet MEYERBEER Clarinet Quintet ROSSINI Flute Quartet No. 2 TCHAIKOVSKY Souvenir de Florence Monday, Sept. 29 , 2pm and 7:30pm ALL AMERICAN Yung Wook Yoo piano Xiao-Dong Wang violin Desirée Halac mezzo GERSHWIN Lullaby for string quartet BARBER Dover Beach Arthur FOOTE Nocturne and Scherzo for flute quintet Mrs HHA (Amy) BEACH 2 Songs FOOTE Piano Quartet in C • a romantic effusion of gorgeous music Monday, Oct. 13

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Schenectady, NY (April 17, 2002) – violinist Gidon Kremer and composer/pianist been commissioned by Gidon Kremer, Akiko Suwanai, vadim gluzman, Philip Quint

59. Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra
of the Andante moderato a delightful counterweight was set fiery virtuosos, was the first part of the evening the Russian violinist vadim gluzman had its
October 18 – 31, 2004
First tour to North America
Tour repertoire to include Berlioz, Weber, Elgar, Beethoven, and a specially-commissioned percussion concerto by Bright Sheng. Ms. Glennie will also perform a Vivaldi concerto on the same program! Music Director Bramwell Tovey regularly leads major orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, Montreal Symphony, and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Tovey is also Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony. Founded in 1933, the national orchestra of the Duchy of Luxembourg has performed in Europe’s finest concert halls, including the Vienna Musikverein, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, and the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. It’s many recordings have won all the major prizes: Grand Prix de l'Académie Charles Cros, Gramophone Award, Prix Cécilia, Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, Cannes Classical Award (2002). Recordings: Timpani “accurate, characterful and persuasive performances ” - Gramophone Biographies LUXEMBOURG PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Bramwell Tovey, Chief Conductor and Musical Director

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