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21. Classical Artists Worldwide - Richard Studt (Violinist And Conductor)
..violinist and concert master. closely with many wellknown artists includingTamas Vasary, John Williams, Alfred Brendel, tasmin little, Michaela Petri
"Richard Studt, doubling as soloist and director, drew from the string section music-making of the highest order..."
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Richard Studt began playing the violin at the age of four and joined the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain while in his teens. He studied with Manoug Parikian at the Royal Academy of Music where he won the Boise-Mendelssohn Scholarship, the Marjorie Heyward Prize and the Recital Medal. He joined the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in 1968, playing for some ten years and regularly appearing as soloist in concerts, on recordings, on radio and television.
...violinist and concert master
In the late 1970`s, Richard Studt was Concert Master of the London Symphony Orchestra and appeared as a guest of Andre Previn in his television series `Previn and Friends`. He directed the London Virtuosi and the Concertante of London as well as his own ensemble, the Tate Music Group of London with whom he recorded five Vivaldi Concerti, including two newly discovered important works.
Richard first studied conducting with Maurice Handford, although Sir Simon Rattle (with whom he also studied) was the main source of encouragement for his first professional engagements some twenty years ago. Subsequently, he attended some of the courses of the legendary Romanian conductor, Sergiu Celibidache.In 1987 Richard was appointed Director and Associate Conductor of the Bournemouth Sinfonietta, working closely with many well-known artists including Tamas Vasary, John Williams, Alfred Brendel, Tasmin Little, Michaela Petri, Julian Lloyd-Webber, Peter Donahoe, Leonidas Kavakos and he took the orchestra to Istanbul, Ankara and Romania.

22. The World Violinist Links (Page 2 (K-Q))
L. Laredo, Jaime (Jun 7/1941 ) Bolivia/USA Jaime Laredo - violinist Conductor little,tasmin (May 13/1965 - ) UK tasmin little Official site with biography
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23. French Recital Tasmin Little[KS]: Classical CD Reviews- Dec 2002 MusicWeb(UK)
Dedicated to Federico Garcia Lorca and the violinist Ginette Neveu, the work not TasminLittle and Piers Lane have given us performances that are sheer delights
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Violin Sonata (1943) Claude DEBUSSY Violin Sonata (1917) Tasmin Little, violin Piers Lane, piano Recorded in St. George’s, Brandon Hill, Bristol, 8-10 May, 1995 and St. Michael’s Highgate, 31 July, 1991 (Tzigane) [DDD] EMI CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE 7243 5 758042 CHRISTMAS OFFERS from Ludwigvanweb Best selling CDs at special prices Full list of labels MusicWeb is now selling BBC DVDs Sheet Music. We get constant e-mail enquiries about where to purchase sheet music. Try Sheet BUY NOW Crotchet AmazonUK AmazonUS Superbudget Like Johannes Brahms and Frederic Chopin before him, Maurice Ravel holds the rare distinction of being a composer that left us with few if any substandard works. It would seem as though the man were incapable of producing anything save masterpieces. The two works for violin and piano presented here are shining examples of Ravel’s flawless craftsmanship. Perhaps no composer of his generation has a more immediately recognizable harmonic and rhythmic language than Francis Poulenc. The violin sonata is Poulenc’s third attempt at the genre, who admittedly uncomfortable writing for solo strings, had destroyed two earlier attempts. Dedicated to Federico Garcia Lorca and the violinist Ginette Neveu, the work not only reflects the violence of conflict (specifically the Spanish Civil War) but also the tragedy of loss. When Miss Neveu met her untimely demise in an air crash in 1949, Poulenc extensively revised the piece as a reflection of his grief.

24. Ian Lace
such artists as Murray Perahia and Daniel Levy (pianists) and conductors DavidLloyd Jones, Matthias Bamert, Richard Hickox and violinist tasmin little.
Before his recent retirement, Ian was a professional public relations consultant . He has been a collector of recordings since the early 1950s and a reviewer and writer about music since the early 1980s (first of all for the British Music Society). Offices held: Hon Secretary and Newsletter Editor, The Respighi Society Hon. Editor, Film Music on the Web (UK) He has reviewed Classical Music Recordings for:
BBC Music Magazine (every month)
Classic CD (many months)
Fanfare (every issue of this leading American classical music recordings magazine)
and contributes reviews and articles to:
British Music Society News (regularly).
Classical Music on the Web (UK)
Specialities: British, French and Italian music late 19th Century and 20th Century. Original film scores He has written many articles for composer web pages on the Internet (i.e. - Elgar, Bax, Holst, Ireland and Eric Coates, Walton and Respighi). He has interviewed such artists as Murray Perahia and Daniel Levy (pianists) and conductors David Lloyd Jones, Matthias Bamert, Richard Hickox and violinist Tasmin Little. As a Broadcaster he has devised and produced programmes on British Music for regional radio. Three radio programmes were devised, written and produced for BBC Radio Sussex each of a half hour duration on the work of Sir Arnold Bax, John Ireland and Eric Coates in Sussex. Ian has been interviewed on radio on numerous occasions about music associated with Sussex. He was also a Reporter/Reviewer for Festival FM radio covering the Brighton Festival 1996.

25. Euskadiko Orkestra Sinfonikoa - Orquesta Sinfónica De Euskadi - Basque National
Translate this page A demanding, mature audience, attracted, in principle, by the presence of theoutstanding London violinist tasmin little, was waiting to hear the opening
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26. The National Concert Hall | What's On / Celebrity Season
London born, tasmin little is regarded as one of tasmin performs with internationallyacclaimed pianist Wayne Marshall The finest (violinist) we have in Britain
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What's on at the NCH Celebrity Concert Series Season
Tasmin Little and
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Tasmin Little, violin
Wayne Marshall, piano
Wednesday 18 May 2005, 8pm
Kreisler: Praeludium and Allegro
Bach: Sonata in B minor BWV 1014
Grieg: Sonata in G major
Prokofiev: Sonata in D major
Wayne: Improvisations on piano for 10 minutes
Cole Porter: Begin the Beguine
Gershwin: Medley London born, Tasmin Little is regarded as one of the world's leading violinists. A former student of Yehudi Menuhin, she has performed with many of the world's great orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Cleveland, Berlin Philharmonic, Berlin Symphony, London Symphony, and many more and with conductors including Masur, Rattle, Ashkenazy, Slatkin, Menuhin, Andrew Davis and Sir Roger Norrington. Tasmin plays a 1757 Guadagnini violin and has, on kind loan from the Royal Academy of Music, the ‘Regent’ Stradivarius. Tasmin performs with internationally acclaimed pianist Wayne Marshall . Marshall has established a universal reputation as a pianist and is also in great demand as a conductor, organist and duo recitalist. As solo pianist, his repertoire ranges from the complete works of Gershwin for piano and orchestra to works by, among others, Ravel, Bernstein, Stravinsky and Franck. Wayne is Organist-in Residence of Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.

27. Violinist
Krebbers; Fritz Kreisler; Gidon Kremer; Jan Kubel?; tasmin little; VanessaMae; Yehudi Menuhin; Zukerman. Popular music violinist, including fiddlers.
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A violinist is an instrumentalist who plays the violin . The terms fiddler or fiddle player are also used. In classical music the "fiddle" terms are usually somewhat informal or jokey: they are more standard expressions in folk music. In between there are nuances of meaning and usage which are difficult to formalize. Composer-violinists were common in the Baroque era - Antonio Vivaldi Arcangelo Corelli and Pietro Locatelli all played the violin. In the early 19th century, Niccolo Paganini did much to expand the instrument's technique. Other notable 19th century violinists include Joseph Joachim (who was friends with Johannes Brahms Leopold Auer (who taught many famous violinists of following generations), Pablo de Sarasate and Eugene Ysaye Among significant later players are:
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30. Rochdale MBC - Public Services - Press Release
violinist tasmin little has given her support to Rochdale s Spirit ofYouth in Music Festival, which takes place at the end of April.

31. Rochdale MBC - Public Services - Press Release
violinist tasmin little has given her support to Rochdale s Spirit ofYouth in Music Festival, which takes place at the end of April.

32. Ic Croydon - Stringing It Together
By Laura Kendall. violinist tasmin little on her career defining bout ofchicken pox. For most people, having chicken pox would be an ordeal.
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Stringing it together By Laura Kendall Violinist Tasmin Little on her career defining bout of chicken pox For most people, having chicken pox would be an ordeal. For Tasmin Little, it was divine intervention. Confined to bed with the virus as a six-year-old, Little used the long days to embark on her musical career. "I asked my Mum to buy me a recorder and taught myself to read music and play the recorder in half an hour," she says. Having mastered the recorder, she progressed to piano before discovering the violin - and starting a life-long love affair. "When you're a child you go by instinct I think and I knew when I picked up a violin that it was for me. I love the fact that on a string instrument you can create so many sounds from just one note," she says. "I have a great imagination myself and I love the possibilities there." Now 38, Little is a household name in the classical music world, having performed as a soloist with some of the world's most renowned orchestras. She will perform concertos by Rachmaninov, Bruch and Ravel with the Basque National Orchestra at Fairfield on Wednesday.

33. Ic Croydon - This Week's Classical Collection
This week s classical collection. The Basque National Orchestra visit Fairfieldon Wednesday for a concert which features acclaimed violinist tasmin little.
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This week's classical collection The Basque National Orchestra visit Fairfield on Wednesday for a concert which features acclaimed violinist Tasmin Little. Gilbert Varga will conduct Rachmaninov's atmospheric symphonic poem The Isle of the Dead, Little will feature in Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor and the concert concludes with Ravel's orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Music starts at 8pm, box office: 020 8688 9291. One-time principal dancer with the Bolshoi, Stanislav Tchassov brings his vibrant young European Ballet company to the Ashcroft Theatre on May 13 and 14 at 7.45pm for a gala of excerpts from such classics as Swan Lake, Giselle, The Sleeping Beauty, Carmen and the Nutcracker. Box office; 020 8688 9291. Handel's Israel in Egypt will be performed at St John the Evangelist, Upper Norwood on Sunday at 6.30pm. And there's a chance for keen singers to join in. There is a choral workshop tomorrow (Saturday) for anyone who would like to be in the chorus rather than the audience - cost is £20. Tickets for the concert are £10 from Adrian Adams on 020 8653 3305 or Sue Albery on 020 8665 6718. The Erato Orchestra welcomes local violinist Charlotte Ansbergs as soloist for Mozart's Violin Concerto No 4 at their concert tomorrow (Saturday) at St Mark's Church, Church Road, Purley at 8pm. Items by Haydn and Saint-Saens are also on the programme.

34. Would You Play A $10 Mil Violin?
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35. Piers Lane
In addition to touring with British violinist tasmin little and the Medici Quartethe performs twopiano works with Canadian pianist Marc-André Hamelin with
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"No praise could be high enough for Piers Lane whose playing throughout is of a superb musical intelligence, sensitivity, and scintillating brilliance."
Bryce Morrison, Gramophone London-born pianist Piers Lane Piers Lane is also a well-known broadcaster for BBC Radio 3. He wrote and presented a 54-part weekly series called "The Piano", is a critic for 'CD Review' and regularly presents 'BBC Legends'. He has a discography of over 20 CD's, mainly on the Hyperion label, but also on EMI, BMG Conifer, Unicorn Khanchana, Lyrita, and the Redcliffe Edition. In 1998, his disc of the solo piano music of Eugene d'Albert was nominated for a Gramophone Award, as was his recording of the Delius Violin Sonatas with Tasmin Little, which was awarded a Diapason d'Or and featured as Record of the Month in Repertoire magazine. His Complete Scriabin Preludes were released to great critical acclaim and awaiting release is a disc of Transcriptions by Percy Grainger. Piers Lane's wide-ranging repertoire of some 60 concertos has led to engagements with many great orchestras, including the London Philharmonic; Philharmonia; Royal Philharmonic, with whom he has also recorded the Piano Concerto by William Busch; City of Birmingham and Bournemouth Symphony; Hallé; the six BBC orchestras; five of the ABC orchestras; Australian Chamber Orchestra; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and Auckland Philharmonic; Aarhus Symphony; Gothenburg Philharmonic; three orchestras in South Africa and Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa on a Japanese tour. Conductors with whom he has collaborated include Andrey Boreyko, Michael Christie, Sir Andrew Davis, Sir Charles Groves, Richard Hickox, Hiroyuki Iwaki, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Norman del Mar, Maxim Shostakovich, Yan Pascal Tortelier and Vladimir Verbitsky.

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38. Violinist - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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39. Oswestry School - Recital Series
bookings include the guitar/mandolin duo of Craig Ogden and Alison Stephens, and,to end the season, a Celebrity recital by violinist tasmin little and pianist
Recital Series
Our next concert is: Tasmin Little (violin) and Martin Roscoe (piano) on Saturday 19 June, 7.30pm in Holy Trinity Church Our fourteenth year! This Series has brought to Oswestry some of the great names in music, including Marissa Robles, Allan Schiller, John Lill, Richard Baker, The Skampa, Coull and Lindsay String Quartets, Stephen Varcoe and Ex Cathedra. Highlights of the year 2003-4 include two return visits: the internationally acclaimed pianist John Lill, and the Symphony Orchestra of the Royal Northern College of Music. Exciting new bookings include the guitar/mandolin duo of Craig Ogden and Alison Stephens, and, to end the season, a Celebrity recital by violinist Tasmin Little and pianist Martin Roscoe. Tickets for each concert are very competitively priced, and various subscription schemes provide further reductions. Why not become a Subscriber, make good friends and hear wonderful music on your doorstep? It makes good sense! Christopher Symons (Series Director) THE RNCM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Royal Northern Symphony Orchestra played for Oswestry School on Thursday 13 May. Specially invited after their successful concert last year, they lived up to the very high expectations everyone had of them as they played Schubert's Unfinished Symphony, Elgar's Cello Concerto and Dvorak's Symphony No 8.

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Folk music with Jim Blum continues. Classical Music Steve Seel plays great music from a library of more than 50,000 classical-music CDs. Classical Music For more information on how your company or organization can support WKSU, download the WKSU Media Kit. WKSU Media Kit Funding for WKSU is made possible in part through support from the following businesses and organizations. 2004 Kent / Blossom Schedule The 2004 Kent/Blossom Chamber series features free student recitals and subscription series concerts through August 8th. Experience the magic of chamber music all summer long. John Georgiadis It’s informative and actually pretty funny, w/some of his comments on photos of him growing up, meeting the Queen Mum, scoring in soccer against the team made up of members of the London Philharmonic, and more. Oh, it’s very English! Chevalier de Saint-Georges It's a detailed look at one of the most fascinating people in music history. His father was a nobleman, and his mother was a slave. The physical battles he endured paled in comparison to the social ones of everyday life for a mulatto.

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