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41. Classical Music - Andante - Two Young Conductors Win First Prizes At Maazel/vila
picked by a jury that was headed by Maazel and included violinist KyungWha otherfour finalists, Natalia Luis-Bassa, 35, of Caracas, and joji hattori, 32, of

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was written in October, 1997, upon the request of violinist Edna Michell is dedicatedto Edna Michell, who premiered it with violinists joji hattori and Andras
Yinam Leef
for trumpet solo and string orchestra FANFARES AND WHISPERS for trumpet solo and string orchestra was written during the spring of 1986, under a commission from the Swarthmore Music and Dance Festival, Concerto Soloists Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia and trumpet player John Thyhsen. James Freeman conducted the premiere in September, 1986 in Swarthmore and Philadelphia.
The first performance in Israel was in 1993, with Ram Oren and the Israel Camerata Rehovot under Avner Biron. It has also enjoyed performances by Tel-Aviv Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Sinfonietta with Marcus Stockhousen as soloist, and
Orchestra 2001 in Philadelphia. "The fanfare and the whisper", the composer notes, "were the immediate expression given for the contrast in the instrumentation: the brassy character of the trumpet, set against the softer, tender strings. However, this contrasting idea is not maintained literally, but undergoes several changes, till the fanfare becomes weak and distant while the whisper penetrates forcefully like
a fanfare."

43. [ Narga Vault ] - Articles - [Intro] Tên Nguyên Báº
of Hamelin / Hamelin no violinist Michiaki Wanatabe hattori Ayumi * Cô gái thiênn? - Ayashi no Drakuun / Dragon Princess Warrior - joji Manabi * N?

44. Biographies
in an exciting new partnership with joji Hirota. of Music, the Young Musicians Trust,the hattori Foundation, the He has been a violinist with the BBC Concert
L eighton B uzzard M usic
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Aria Concertata (Performance date 19th January 2002)
Antonia Cviic Emma Murphy Nicholas Sringfellow began his musical studies at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester. Whilst there he became interested in the Baroque cello and formed the New Kirckman Ensemble with whom he has recently recorded a CD of Handel Trio sonata for Meridian. He was a student of Clive Greensmith at the Royal Northern College of Music and went on to specialise in early music at the Royal College of Music under William Pleeth and Anna Shuttleworth. As a chamber musician he has performed widely throughout the UK, and in May 2001 he broadcast on BBC Radio 3 with the Amaryllis Ensemble, dedicated to ‘classical’ performances. Steven Devine received his early musical training at Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester, where he studied harpsichord, organ, piano and conducting. He continued his education at Oxford University and now divides his time between professional performances on the harpsichord, early piano and conducting, and as Assistant Curator of the Finchcocks Collection of historical keyboard instruments in Kent. As a harpsichordist, since he won first prize in the inaugural Broadwood Harpsichord Competition in 1993, he has performed extensively in Britain and Europe and has made recordings for Radio 3, Classic FM, WDR, Radio France and Channel 4. He plays regularly with artists such as Evelyn Tubb, Emma Kirkby and ensembles including the Parley of Instruments, the Consort of Musicke and Sprezzatura. His editions of 17th and 18th century repertoire, used by a widening circle of artists, include John Eccles’

45. Prize Is Shared In Conductors' Competition
of the inaugural Maazel/Vilar Conductors Competition were the violinist KyungWhaChung Natalia Luis-Bassa, 35, of Caracas, Venezuela, and joji hattori, 32, of
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Prize Is Shared in Conductors' Competition By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
Top Conductors, Top Orchestras, Brahms in Common
(Jan 30, 2004) A Semiapologetic Conductor to Get Israeli Prize After All (Dec 17, 2003) Three Violinists Named Winners of Competition (Jun 20, 2003) Find more related articles by selecting from the following topics: Classical Music Track a subject by e-mail wenty months, five continents, 362 contenders, and now, Saturday night on the stage of Carnegie Hall, it had come down to this: who would walk off the winner of the first worldwide conductors' competition? Who, in particular, would snare the $45,000 prize and a conducting fellowship and symphonic engagements under the tutelage of Lorin Maazel, maestro of 5,000 nights on the podiums of the world's leading ensembles and founder of the competition with the arts philanthropist Alberto W. Vilar? The answer was no one.

46. Web Metasearch : "born Conductor In India"
joji hattori, Japaneseborn conductor and violinist, plays violin works South Africa)and Sudha Bhagwat (India) for a performance of choral music Nejla Yatkin conductor in india
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47. The Ham&High Network
Zamira Menuhin Benthall, Lord Menuhin’s daughter; and joji hattori, a past at theRAM, Erich Gruenberg, cellist Raphael Wallfisch, violinist Clio Gould and
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Violin festival organiser
has many strings to bow
Simon Blakey talks about his lifelong connection with the violin, and his various ventures in music and business. By David Sonin Picture by Nigel Sutton At 29, Simon Blakey is considered a success; in business he has carved a niche in the somewhat esoteric world of venture capital and, as a person devoted to the performing and visual arts, has laid out a blueprint for a festival for Spring 2004 that will make the violin to London what the cello has become to Manchester, the piano to Leeds and the voice to Cardiff. He never took up the fiddle, remaining loyal to the piano, which he still plays at what he modestly describes as amateur level. The concerts will reflect the broad-church approach and include performances of such genres as bluegrass, klezmer, folk, Indian, Irish and gypsy. Secondly, the festival aims to address the educational needs of people working in the field of violin music by giving them a platform for performance and a forum for discussion. In practical terms the Genius of the Violin aims to meet its objectives over a programme of 17 concerts and a similar number of workshops and masterclasses. In parallel with the Yehudi Menuhin competition, which is limited to players under 22 years old, the British Violin Making Association, a festival partner, will be staging its first violin and bow-making competition which, Blakey indicated, had already attracted hundreds of entries. Applications for the violin playing competition close on October 31.

48. Joji Hattori Official Website Violin
collection sin of the 1W9th century. Norbert Brainin, first violinistof the legendary Amadeus Quartet, used to play on this instrument.
Violin made by
Joseph Guarneri "del Gesu" in 1733
It is nicknamed
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after the Viennese
Haemmerle family
who posessed one of
the most important
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sin of the 1W9th century.
Norbert Brainin,
first violinist of the legendary Amadeus Quartet, used to play on this instrument.

49. Jose Sanchez-Penzo: The Way Famous String Instruments Went - Players
for over 30 years due to a shoulder injury, which put an end to his career as aviolinist. . hattori, joji Japanese b . V, Haemmerle, 1733, Guarn.
Players: (G-I)
(Player section of The Way Famous String Instruments Went
Galamian, Ivan
b 05.02.1902 Täbris
d 14.04.1981 New York
V ex Walton Amati, Nicolá Remarks: p 277 Teachers:
  • Capet, Lucien - Paris
Galimir, Felix
b 12.05.1910 Vienna
V Woolhouse Strad., A. Remarks: Garrett, David
b 04.09.1980 Aachen V Vuillaume, G. B. V San Lorenzo Strad., A. Remarks: Gawriloff, Saschko German b 20.10.1929 Leipzig V Strad., A. Remarks: Gendron, Maurice French b 26.12.1920 Nice d 20.08.1990 Grez-sur-Loing C ex Gendron Strad., A. Remarks: Dedicated works:
  • Françaix, Jean:Fantasie
  • Françaix, Jean:Konzertvariationen
  • Hindemith, Paul:Violin Concerto no. 2
  • Puolenc, Francis:Serenade
Gerle, Robert American/Hungarian b 01.04.1924 Abazzia, Italy V Klotz, Georg V ex Hubay, ex Gerle Strad., A. Remarks: Gerle's teacher Géza de Kresz was a pupil of Hubay and Sevcik. Gerle as a child is said to have heard Hubay play the instrument he would own many years later. After a recital with the cellist Piatigorsky the audience was so impressed with the affinity between Gerle and his instrument, the ex Hubay , that several members of the Board of the San Diego Symphony decided to help him acquire it. Originally Gerle did not want accept such an obligation and asked Piatigorsky for guidance, who meant:

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TOKYOENSEMBLE (Tokyo) ?-2001) As for Tokyo ensemble, violinist,JojiHattori is quality within the orchestra to supervise. (ensemble
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52. Japan In Cambridge
Then this evening at Churchill College, the conductor and violinist joji Hattoriand the London Mozart Players will perform works by Takemitsu, Dan, Bacj

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Japan in Cambridge 3 December 2001 East meets West at Cambridge today (Monday 3 December, 2001), when scientists and musicians swap ideas and musical traditions.
During the day a group of research specialists from the University of Tokyo will join with their Cambridge counterparts for a symposium on recent work involving nuclear transplantation, gene reprogramming, and stem cell differentiation. Then this evening at Churchill College, the conductor and violinist Joji Hattori and the London Mozart Players will perform works by Takemitsu, Dan, Bacj, Elgar and Tchaikovsky. Both events are part of Japan 2001 , the national celebration of Japanese culture which involves 1,500 separate events across the UK. The University has been heavily involved in the festival since it began in May. Earlier in the year exhibitions of historical and contemporary Japanese art were held at the Fitzwilliam Museum and Kettle's Yard. In November Churchill College staged a photographic exhibiton which used images from family photo albums to trace the history of Japanese people living in Britain since 1863. Last month Churchill College also hosted a three-day conference on Anglo-Japanese economic relations. UK and Japanese experts met to discuss developments from the late 19th century, when British experts helped Japan with its industrialisation, to the post-1945 world in which Japanese companies play a major part in British economic and financial life.

53. Maazel-Vilar Conductors' Competition
violinist KyungWha Chung s uniquely expressive interpretations of the violinliterature have established her as one of classical music s most acclaimed§ion=jurors

54. P3 MUSIC
In June 2000, Simon gave a concert at the Wigmore Hall with the violinist JojiHattori, with whom he first performed at the Con Anima festival in Austria.
"a major guitarist of the 21st century...."He's been described as one of the best classical guitarists in the world, a world class talent - and a major guitarist for the 21st Century.
The turn of the Millennium has proved highly productive for Simon Dinnigan, featuring performances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the German State Orchestra, the Balearic Symphony Orchestra and his official debut at Wigmore Hall and solo concert tours in America and Europe. Simon has worked with the likes of Kennedy, the jazz guitarist Martin Taylor and the world renowned violinist and conductor Joji Hattori, and has made appearances on all the major radio and TV stations. On Simon's tour programme for 2001 are performances in Britain, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, West Dean Guitar Festival and Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons in Oxfordshire as part of the Classic FM season.

55. D U N D E E G U I T A R F E S T I V A L . C O M
n June 2000, Simon gave a concert at the Wigmore Hall with the violinistJoji hattori. He has since performed with the flautist
: Simon Dinnigan. e's been described as one of the best classical guitarists in the world, a world class talent - and a major guitarist for the 21st Century. Simon Dinnigan's outstanding reputation as one of the finest guitarists of his generation is supported by his critically acclaimed solo recording for the esteemed Classic FM label, The Full Works. he turn of the Millennium has proved highly productive for Simon Dinnigan, featuring performances with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the German State Orchestra, the Balearic Symphony Orchestra and his official debut at the Wigmore Hall, and solo concert tours in America and Europe. imon has already had a remarkable year. He performed his way through every County in England on a mammoth 44 date tour from the end of January to the end of April picking up some outstanding reviews, hailing him as "the natural succesor to Julian Bream" and "a modern day virtuoso of demonic powers". uring July 2002 a special one hour film of Simon's performances was broadcast on the Artsworld digital channel.

56. Simon Dinnigan - Biog Page 3
In June 2000, Simon gave a concert at the Wigmore Hall with the violinistJoji hattori. He has since performed with the flautist
Simon Dinnigan Biog - Page 3 He has performed new works by Nikita Koshkin, Gordon McPherson, David Bedford and Anthony Jackson to name but a few. In June 2000, Simon gave a concert at the Wigmore Hall with the violinist Joji Hattori. He has since performed with the flautist Robert Winn, the Almira String Quartet and the Schidloff String Quartet. Although Simon made his first recording at just 12 years, it wasn’t until 1995 that he made his first commercial debut recording, which was re-released on the P3 Label in 2002. He went on to record an exciting new Double Concerto for Guitar, Electric Bass and String Orchestra by the esteemed British composer Andrew Downes. But his fame found new impetus with the release of “Favourite Guitar Works” on the Classic FM/BMG Conifer label. Simon's CD was one of the best selling in the collection and can be heard frequently on Classic FM. Subsequent releases include a collection of guitar works on the RCA Victor label that features Simon alongside Julian Bream and John Williams.

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