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61. Cultural Affairs Embassy Of Israel
vadim gluzman and Angela Yoffe. violinist vadim gluzman began playing at age seven in Zitomir, Ukraine. After his family had moved
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Chamber Concert Series
This is the seventh season of our Chamber Concert Series, presenting Israel's finest young and renowned classical artists. The aim of the series is to showcase Israel's rich and vibrant cultural heritage reflecting both its diverse immigrant and native population, as well as its unique experience as a struggling nation now on the road to peace. Israel's impressive cultural tradition, which has produced artistic giants such as Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zuckerman, Daniel Barenboim and Gil Shaham has paved the way for a new generation of Israeli talent. The young Israeli artists featured in the Chamber Concert series exemplify this new generation of world class musicians. Among our many Performers are: Maya Beiser, cello and Gila Goldstein, piano 12-7-95,96 Taiseer Elias, Oud; Uri Vardi, cello and Menachem Wiesenberg, piano 4-8-96,97 Orli Shanhan,. piano and Gil Shaham, violin Vadim Gluzman 5-19-1999 Rina Dokshinsky, piano and Tal Freiberg, bass-baritone 12-11-96,97 concert series Ori Friedman, piano 9-29-97

62. Israeli Husband And Wife Perform On Violin, Piano
The Sun Cities Music Society will present violinist vadim gluzman, accompanied by pianist Angela Yoffe, in a concert at 730 pm on Wednesday, Dec.
Israeli husband and wife perform on violin, piano
The Sun Cities Music Society will present violinist Vadim Gluzman, accompanied by pianist Angela Yoffe, in a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 1, at the Sundial Auditorium, 103rd Avenue at Boswell Boulevard in Sun City.
The Ukranian-born Gluzman immigrated to Israel in 1990 where, in 1991 at the age of 16, he played for Isaac Stern. The famous Stern was so impressed he recommended that the America-Israel Cultural Foundation loan Gluzman a 1711 Pietro Guarneri violin. In 1994, Gluzman received the prestigious Henryk Szeryng Foundation Career Award and a scholarship for study at Julliard. He currently lives in New York City.
Gluzman's accompanist, Angela Yoffe, is also his wife. An Israeli immigrant from Latvia, Yoffe also is an international prize-winner and performer.
Reserved seats are $14; student tickets at $5. Call 972-0478 weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
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63. The Israeli Camerata- Jerusalem
The violin concerto will be performed by the violinist vadim gluzman, who, in the last years, performs in most prestigious concert halls all over the world .
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Join Music Director Avner Biron in an extraordinary series of concerts, each one revolving around a central theme that is illuminated in different lights by various composers.... More
Beethoven - Revolutionary and Romanticist
in this series the Camerata will perform five symphonies, four piano concertos and one violin concerto. The concertos will be enlightened by Dr. Asaf Zohar, who will participate as a soloist as well. Other pianists in the series: Alon Goldstein, Jeno Jando from Hungary and John O'Connor from Ireland. The violin concerto will be performed by the violinist Vadim Gluzman, who, in the last years, performs in most prestigious concert halls all over the world.... More
Mozart - a journey with wind instruments
The series "Mozart - a journey with wind instruments" will encompass all of Mozart's wind concertos as well as symphonies and a few other works. Some of the best wind players from Israel and abroad will appear with the Camerata in a joint series of the Israel Camerata and the Israeli Opera House in Tel Aviv. In Jerusalem the series will be performed at the YMCA.... More
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64. Violinists > Classical
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65. Live Concerts
from July 13 through August 3. Performances for the 2003 season include the returning Israeli pianist, Aviram Reichert; Russian violinist vadim. gluzman and his
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The Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall is the premiere performing arts venue in the Four Corners region. Visit for a schedule of events and general information. Under the guidance of Festival Artistic Director and Conductor Mischa Semanitzky, the 17th season of Music in the Mountains will present 25 concerts from July 13 through August 3. Performances for the 2003 season include the returning Israeli pianist, Aviram Reichert; Russian violinist Vadim Gluzman and his wife, pianist Angela Yoffe, and Antonio Pompa-Baldi, the 2001 Van Cliburn Silver Medalist. Concerts are held at the Festival Tent at Durango Mountain Resort, the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College and BootJack Ranch in Pagosa Springs. With many new and returning musicians, Music in the Mountains offers Orchestral, Chamber and Conservatory concerts in spectacular settings in Southwest Colorado. Visit our website

66. UTD School Of Arts And Humanities
Saturday, March 29, 800 pm, vadim gluzman Dynamic young violinist presents a memorial concert for Isaac Stern with pianist Angela Yoffe, Conference Center, $20.
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67. Classical CDs, Pt.2 OCT03 - AUDIOPHILE AUDITION
Pianist Angela Yoffe and vadim gluzman deserve high commendation for making this album both a He was a virtuoso violinist and composed in the style of Richard
Pt. 2 of 3 Oct. 2003
AUERBACH: 24 Preludes for Violin and Piano. Angela Yoffe and Vadim Gluzman. BIS-CD-1242

24 Preludes for Violin and Piano are charming, ironic, and dramatic. This is the first release of her own works. Like the oeuvre of that other writer-composer, Paul Bowles (and to some extent Robert Schumann), she has a keen sense of the dramatic. Her miniatures, the longest of which is 5:37, often tell tales. No. 3, begins with a cloyingly sweet melody, evoking a little girl prancing in the woods. Suddenly jarring chords intrude, as if tragedy strikes. A diminished version of the opening theme, higher in key and slower, winds out the piece. Are fairy tales for fools? No. 4 sounds like a melodramatics pastiche of Rachmaninov. Close listening of other pieces reveals traces of her native Russian dances, with sly dissonant interludes inserted when least expected.
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coming twenty years after his first (for Decca), is the most purely joyful recording I can remember. Schiff's comfort and ease with Bach's train of thought are so complete that he can rely on relatively slight changes in speed and phrasing to carry the listener along while he improvises here and there according to what seems to be uncanny rapport with the individual listener. There is nothing clever about these improvisations, nothing doctrinaire, nothing predictable; they just happen from time to time as if they had spontaneously come into the pianist's mind and fingers.

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69. Close Encounters With Music Artists Bio's
As a composer, she has received commissions from Gidon Kremer, vadim gluzman, the Hamburg State Ballet 60,, with violinist Gidon Kremer and the Kremerata Baltica
Yehuda Hanani's Toby Appel has appeared in recital and concerto performances throughout North and South America, Europe and the Far East. He has been a member of such renowned ensembles as TASHI, and the Lenox and Audubon String Quartets. Mr. Appel has been a guest performer with the Vermeer, Manhatten and Composers Quartets, as well as with the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society and with jazz artists Chick Corea and Gary Burton. Festival performances include the Mostly Mozart, Santa Fe, Angel Fire, Bravo! Colorado, and Marlboro festivals. He is a regular commentator for National Public Radio's Performance Today . Tony Appel entered the Curtis Institute on full scholarship at age thirteen and currently teaches viola and chamber music at the Juilliard School. He has also held professorships at the State University of New York, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and the University of New Mexico. He has toured for The United States State Department and performed at the United Nations and the White House. He can be heard on the Columbia, Delos, Desto, Koch International, Opus 1, and Musical Heritage Society labels. Pianist Lydia Artymiw Shmuel Ashkenasi Lera Auerbach Novoye Russkoye Slovo

70. Cso112799
Adding punch to the program was the subscription concert debut of violinist vadim gluzman in Bernstein s 1954 Serenade for Violin, Strings and Percussion.




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Hirokami acclaimed on podium
Music review by Mary Ellyn Hutton, Post music writer Guest conductor Junichi Hirokami paid a welcome return visit to the Cincinnati Symphony Friday night at Music Hall. Warm and responsive in music by Poulenc, Bernstein and Dvorak, Hirokami proved a popular figure, earning a standing ovation after the soaring final bars of Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 (''New World''). Adding punch to the program was the subscription concert debut of violinist Vadim Gluzman in Bernstein's 1954 Serenade for Violin, Strings and Percussion. Japanese-born Hirokami, who should not be counted out of the running to succeed music director Jesus Lopez-Cobos in 2001, is an engaging podium presence. He is clearly liked by the musicians, who refused to stand when he signaled them to share one of his bows after the Dvorak. Hirokami literally puts himself into the music. Though not to the point of excess, he sways, shimmies, leaps and dances when the spirit moves him. Gluzman, 28, an attractive soloist on the CSO's New Year's Eve concert in 1997, earned high marks in Bernstein's Serenade. Patterned on Plato's ''Symposium,'' a dialogue on the forms of love, it's a complex, challenging work. Gluzman was fully attuned to it, often standing poised before his entrances, channeling his energies into what lay ahead.

71. Hutton112599
Guest artist is Israeli violinist vadim gluzman, who will perform Leonard Bernstein s eclectic, engaging Serenade for Violin, Strings and Percussion.




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By Mary Ellyn Hutton, Post music writer Polish off your turkey with Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops, whose ''A Family Thanksgiving,'' recorded Oct. 29 and 30 at Music Hall, airs at 1 and 8 p.m. today on PBS, channel 48. Kunzel's latest holiday concert is a three-course meal, with: A toast
to the first Thanksgiving featuring a narration by ''Waltons'' star Richard Thomas (John Boy) A ''fun turkey'' segment with the Children's Choir of the School for Creative and Performing Arts, dancers from the Cincinnati Ballet School and the Cincinnati Studio Cloggers. Thanksgiving for our country, with members of the Cincinnati Ballet in excerpts from Aaron Copland's ''Appalachian Spring.'' Guest artists are vocalist Sandi Patty and John Schneider and the May Festival Chorus in seasonal songs. Extra goodies include a college football medley with the University of Cincinnati cheerleaders. The Cincinnati Symphony welcomes back popular guest conductor Junichi Hirokami at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Music Hall. Hirokami, whose previous CSO visits have generated much enthusiasm, will lead Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 (''New World'') and Francis Poulenc's 1940 ballet suite 'Les Biches'' (''The Red Deer''). Guest artist is Israeli violinist Vadim Gluzman, who will perform Leonard Bernstein's eclectic, engaging Serenade for Violin, Strings and Percussion.

72. Friday, June 6
San Francisco Performances presents violinist vadim gluzman and composer/pianist Lera Auerbach in a performance of Auerbach’s 24 Preludes for Violin and Piano
Wednesday, June 2 Pacific Film Archive presents The Key of Z: Experimental Instruments and the Music They Make —videos and “modern music performances on innovative new instruments”—on the five Wednesdays of June. This performance salutes the New Zealand ensemble From Scratch , who have “invented wonderful percussion instruments and created compositions based on themes ranging from Maori songs to Bikini Islands nuclear tests.” Tom Nunn performs on his hand-built electroacoustic percussion boards, with Doug Carroll on electric cello. Series is sponsored by Amoeba Records and presented in cooperation with Other Minds. PFA Theater 2575 Bancroft Way near Bowditch Street 7:30 pm $8 with reduced prices for BAM/PFA members/students/seniors/disabled (510) 642-5249 tickets (510) 642-1412 info. Saturday, June 5 sfSoundSeries presents Omaggio a Berio —drawing inspiration from Luciano Berio ’s (1925-2003) own interpretation of music history, the sfSoundGroup presents a creative homage to the late and great Italian master. The first half of the concert includes the flute, trombone, and oboe piece Sequenzas and the chamber ensemble piece O King . The second half presents a new large-scale collaborative work that recontextualizes Berio’s music inside one of his own theatrical pieces

73. Lynne Jordan's Presskit
Geoffrey Fushi, who heads up the Stradivari Society (based in Chicago), which has lent one of it s priceless treasures to the Russian violinist vadim gluzman.
October 2001, page 80
Foreign Relations
Excerpts from an article by Jonathan Black
Except for the surly service, the ten-hour flight on Aeroflot went fine. But now my traveling companions are getting grumpy. The helpful airport guy who wheeled one cart of luggage hit us up for $50. And this Intourist bus is nobody's idea of luxury. The group jammed inside makes up an odd collection: The Amply proportioned Chicago blues singer Lynne Jordan and her six member band, The Shivers, Geoffrey Fushi, who heads up the Stradivari Society (based in Chicago), which has lent one of it's priceless treasures to the Russian violinist Vadim Gluzman. Marina Kuznetsova, en expatriate surgeon. Half a dozen Chicago travel agents. The director of a Chicago orphanage. A Documentary film producer from WTTW - Channel 11.
Outside the bus, the gaudy billboards float past the grimy windows. Stalinist monoliths loom in the distance. A cathedral winks gold in the hazy sun. We hit one of Moscow's broad prospects and our Russian escort points. "See that banner over the street," she offers. It's in Cyrillic, of course, which no one can read.
"What's it say?" calls one of the Shivers.

74. J, The Jewish News Weekly Of Northern California, Formerly The Jewish Bulletin O
tuesday 16. Concert. violinist vadim gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe. At Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave., SF 8 pm thursday 18.
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Friday March 12, 2004 music
ongoing Berkeley Jewish Music Festival. March 20-27. Complete schedule here
“Yiddish Sing-Along: Songs of Work, Protest and Celebration.” Jillian Tallmer and accompanist lead. At Bureau of Jewish Education’s Jewish Community Library, 1835 Ellis St. 2 p.m. (415) 567-3327. New Century Chamber Orchestra. At Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, 200 N. San Pedro Road, San Rafael. 5 p.m. $32-$37. (415) 444-8000.
Concert. Violinist Vadim Gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe. At Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave., S.F. 8 p.m.
Peninsula Choraliers. Songs from their new season. Sponsor: Peninsula Jewish Community Center’s Senior Adult Department. At Peninsula Temple Beth El, 1700 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo. 12 p.m. (650) 212-7522. San Francisco Conservatory of Music. At Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California St. 2 p.m. $5-$8. (415) 292-1233. “A Radical Life with Songs.” Ronnie Gilbert, singer, actor and playwright, tells stories and sings songs from her 70 years of social activism. At Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, 200 N. San Pedro Road, San Rafael. 7:30 p.m. $15-$30. (415) 444-8000.
Cypress String Quartet. Lecture and concert at 6:45 p.m. March 19 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St., S.F. $7-$25. (415) 978-2787. Concert at 2 p.m. March 21 at Julia Morgan Center for the Arts, 2640 College Ave., Berkeley. $12-$17. (510) 845-8542. Lecture and concert at 6:45 p.m. March 26 at Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame. $6-$12. (650) 343-8463. Concert at 5 p.m. March 28 at Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, 200 N. San Pedro Road, San Rafael. $27. (415) 444-8000.

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violinist vadim gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe will perform a concert of classical music at 8 pm Saturday, April 27 at Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave., SF.
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Friday April 19, 1996 San Francisco Shorts Red Cross to screen Holocaust tracing film The American Red Cross will show "Emmy Mogilensky: A Recollection" at noon Friday, April 26 at its main office, 1550 Sutter St.,
The film tells how one person was helped by the American Red Cross' Holocaust Tracing Services. For information, call (415) 202- Jewish films screen throughout S.F. fest "Round Eyes in the Middle Kingdom" screens 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 30 at AMC's Kabuki 8, 1881 Post St., S.F. , and noon Saturday, May 4 at the Lark Theatre, 549 Magnolia Ave., Larkspur. "Oskar and Jack" screens 1 p.m. Friday, April 26 and 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Kabuki, and 4:30 p.m. Saturday, May 4 at Pacific Film Archive, 2625 Durant Ave., Berkeley. "Never Give Up: The 20th Century Odyssey of Herbert Zipper" plays 4 p.m. Monday, April 29 at the Kabuki. "Life Somewhere Else" screens 2 p.m. Sunday April 21 and 9:30 p.m. Monday, April 22 at the Kabuki. Information: (415) 931-FILM. Tickets: (415) 776-1999 or (510) 762-BASS. Violin-piano concert at Herbst on April 27 Violinist Vadim Gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe will perform a concert of classical music at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave., S.F.

76. WNYC - Soundcheck: The Beat Goes On (September 30, 2003)
work. Today she joins us in the studio for a conversation about her music and will perform live with violinist vadim gluzman. Plus

77. The Nashville Record
London publication Musical Opinion as “…among the finest young maestros working anywhere in the world today,” and violinist vadim gluzman, who has been

78. Metroland Online - Recordings
The performers are violinist vadim gluzman and pianist Angela Yoffe, who are both sensitive to the music and practiced enough to easily conquer its difficulties
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(RCA) Room on Fire yet? Yes, you have. It used to be called Is This It )—which means there’s still time for an upheaval in the garage-rock hierarchy. What does all of this Strokes talk have to do with the Kings of Leon? Well, several major music publications would have you believe that the Kings are the “new Strokes,” in that they’re young and attractive (bearing an uncanny resemblance to the band from Almost Famous Eat A Peach and Second Helping . What really sets these guys apart from their peers is they actually pen some killer refrains. Good old-fashioned garage rock (or whatever you want to call it this week) was always based around solid, repetitive hooks, and

violinist vadim gluzman, contrabassist Mark Alison Morton, Siciliani, Rossini s Overture to Semiramide, Bottesini s Grand Duo Concertanate for Violin and
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Dispatch Staff Reporter Sept. 4, 1999 Tickets
  • Ticketmaster outlets include the Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N. High St.; Ohio State University (Mershon Auditorium, 1871 N. High St., and OSU Theatre, Drake Union, 1849 Cannon Dr.); the Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St.; the Palace Theatre, 34 W. Broad St.; some Waves stores; and Kroger stores. The telephone number is 614-431- 3600.
  • Columbus Association for the Performing Arts box offices are in the Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St.; the Palace Theatre, 34 W. Broad St.; and the Riffe Center, 77 S. High St. The telephone number is 614- 469-0939.
  • Broad Street Presbyterian Church, 760 E. Broad St. Information: 614-221-6552; concerts at 4 p.m. Eliza beth W. Lange Organ Recitals Stephen Tharp, Sept. 12; Istvan Ruppert, Oct. 17; Rie Hiro- Lang, March 26. Music at Broad Street Series James D. Hildreth, organ, March 5 ; Broadstreet Choir with orchestra, May 7.
  • Capital University, 2199 E. Main St., Bexley Information: 614-236-6412 Huntington Recital Hall Faculty Recital Series: Nancy Moore, cello, 8 p.m. Wednesday; Sharon Bennett, voice, 8 p.m. next Sunday; Nicholas J. Perrini, horn, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15, (Mees Auditorium); Karl Wohlwend, guitar, 8 p.m. Sept. 22; Laura Beauchamp, piano, 8 p.m. Sept. 29; Voice faculty, 8 p.m. Oct. 11; Phillip Cordell, piano, 3 p.m. Nov. 7; Rocky Reuter, composition, 8 p.m. Nov. 17; Jackie Barlow, voice, 3 p.m. Nov. 21.
  • 80. The Green Bay News-Chronicle Online: Rave!
    Center except as noted Music and Revolution, masterworks series, with violinist vadim gluzman, Oct. 9. Music and Magic masterworks

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